Find the best helicopter tour with Helicopter Tour Experts

Hi everyone!

We just wanted to let you know that we’re still hard at work making TravelPod even better, but we’ve also just launched our newest endeavour and we’re really excited to share it with you:

Helicopter Tour Experts

Helicopter Tour Experts is the go-to place on the Internet to find and book the best helicopter tour for you in mere minutes. We’ve crunched all the data we can find to uncover and present the information that’s most important when taking a helicopter tour, so you can find the right tour for you.

We’ve only launched in Las Vegas and the surrounding area (Grand Canyon, Hoover Dam, etc.) so far, but we’re hoping to ramp up to other locations quickly.

Have you ever taken a helicopter tour? Drop us a line and let us know what you thought!

Photo credit: iStock.com/Courtney Keating

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Making TravelPod Better: August 2015 edition

Autumn is nearly upon and August has come and gone, so here’s a list of some of the most important things we improved on TravelPod last month:

  • We’ve (finally) removed the flash requirement for all of our photo-uploads, so you can now upload profile photos, trip photos, and do mass-uploading of blog photos directly from your mobile device!
  • The TravelPod iOS app has been updated to work with iOS 9. The new version hasn’t yet been released, but should be out in time for iOS9’s autumn release.
  • Blog photos now occupy the full width of the display when reading on mobile devices.
  • Comment-notification emails now include image thumbnails and snippets of blog content to provide a little more context.
  • As usual, we’ve also made a number of bug fixes and visual tweaks.

TravelPod is a big site, and we absolutely depend on your input for deciding what to give the most love. Please keep sending your feedback and tell us how we’re doing and what you’d like us to do better.

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Editor’s Choice – Great Museums for Your US Trip – Part 2

If you missed part 1 in our series about museums to visit on your USA summer trip, we’ve been going state-by-state to find some shining examples of can’t-miss museums to add to your vacation plans no matter where in the United States you’re headed. In part two of the series, we’re covering the remaining states from Montana to Wyoming and highlighting some of the best sites to see on your summer holiday. We’ve whittled it down to just one favorite per state, but rest assured that there is a wealth of things to do regardless of where you’re going. If you try out our recommendations or find your own travel gems, don’t forget to share your memories on your TravelPod blog! Part 2: Montana – Wyoming

  1. Montana – Montana Museum of Art and Culture (Missoula)
  2. Nebraska – Joslyn Art Museum (Omaha) Blogger ModernNomad67 wrote “The Joslyn is well worth a stop on a cross country drive on I-80 or to be included in a Midwest travel itinerary.”
  3. Nevada – The Neon Museum (Las Vegas)
  4. New Hampshire – Children’s Museum of New Hampshire (Dover)
  5. New Jersey – The Old Barracks Museum (Trenton)
  6. New Mexico – New Mexico Museum of Art (Santa Fe) Recommended for fans of the art style by johnrandall. “I got a great introduction into the Southwest school of art. I’ve always liked this style and I saw some of the greats on display.”
  7. New York – Museum of the City of New York (New York City)
  8. North Carolina – North Carolina Museum of History (Raleigh)
  9. North Dakota – Fargo Air Museum (Fargo)
  10. Ohio – Taft Museum of Art (Cincinnati)
  11. Oklahoma – Science Museum Oklahoma (Oklahoma City) TravelPod user pndcadena loved the variety at the Science Museum, noting “There is literally everything under the sun for science-minded individuals. Interactive exhibits and unique displays make the museum a truly amazing educational experience”
  12. Oregon – Oregon Historical Society (Portland)
  13. Pennsylvania – The Barnes Foundation (Philadelphia) “The new building that housed the Barnes collections was beautiful!”, wrote roadscholarorg. “We had a lot of time there, but I confess I probably could have stayed another hour or two.”
  14. Rhode Island – Rhode Island School of Design Museum (Providence)
  15. South Carolina – Columbia Museum of Art (Columbia)
  16. South Dakota – South Dakota Art Museum (Brookings)
  17. Tennessee – National Civil Rights Museum (Memphis) TravelPod blogger tonestar described the museum as “by far one of the best museums I have ever been to in my life… The attention to detail was phenomenal and you had chills when you saw the Martin Luther stuff. I will never forget it as long as I live.”
  18. Texas – Perot Museum of Nature and Science (Dallas) alaskalucas97 loved what the Perot museum had to offer. “This museum was too cool – everything from the solar system, to dinosaurs, to weather, robots, oil, animals…this museum had it all. It is absolutely NOT what I remember museums to be when I was a kid, No Way. It was totally cool, totally modern. Outstanding!!!!!”
  19. Utah – Utah Museum of Contemporary Art (Salt Lake City)
  20. Vermont – Billings Farm & Museum (Woodstock)
    Blogger dseals included this operating dairy farm and museum in their visit to Woodstock and called it a “must see if visiting the area.”
  21. Virginia – Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (Richmond)
  22. Washington – Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience (Seattle)
  23. West Virginia – Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences of Western Virginia (Charleston)
  24. Wisconsin – The National Mustard Museum (Middleton)
  25. Wyoming – National Museum of Wildlife Art (Jackson) orlandoanne made sure to include the museum on her trip across the United States.

Looking for must-see museums from Alabama to Missouri? Check out Part 1 of our Editor’s Picks series.

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