Autumn in Virginia. Trees adorned with hues of red and burnt orange, jack-o’-lanterns placed strategically on spotless white porches. It’s a crisp Saturday morning and you’re about to explore Staunton’s picturesque downtown.
Using the Traipse app, you learn that this city of 25,000 people was founded in 1747 and that most of the Victorian architecture date from the town’s booming era that lasted for a good 50 years (1870–1920). Knowing a thing or two about the Staunton’s history makes you appreciate the carefully curated exploration tour even more.
Staunton is just one of the many cities one can explore with Traipse, for the team of six, based in Washington D.C., is on a mission to put America’s downtowns back on the map:
Traipse lets people discover historic business districts in a playful manner. We work together with local tourism departments and downtown business associations to ...
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