Despite the horrors of history on display, the prevailing message is one of hope – that anyone can make a difference.
London is in a near-constant state of excavation and astounding artefacts continue to emerge from the rubble.
Glass and metal explode. Parachutes bloom. I'm falling back down and hit water murky with spilled oil and debris.
Exactly how America's most important cultural institution came to be funded remains a mystery.
Ninja master Izo Ichikawa is upstairs waiting to induct us further into the subtle art of killing people quietly.
When Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen died earlier this month, his role in creating one of Seattle's major attractions registered only as a footnote.
These ancient destinations are rolling out new hotels, attractions and innovations, and drawing in a new wave of travellers.
Colossal in size, it's one of India's most important mosques and a must-visit while in Delhi.
Using old maps, an archaeological team dug into a car park on its original location and discovered the battle-scarred royal skeleton.
It has long been one of the Mediterranean's ultimate glamour symbols, but beyond the riches there was murder and mayhem.
London now boasts the "world's most exclusive form of theatrical escapism."
Just wandering the streets at night you can hear bands bursting through the walls in this city.