Episode 1 Inspector Gadget explores Native-American culture, from the buffalo dance at the Indian Cultural Center to pottery making at the Zia Pueblo. He learns about tepees, ventures into an underground Kiva, and investigates old cliff dwellings at both Mesa Verde National Park and Canyon De Chelly in New Mexico. At Plymouth Plantation, the Inspector takes a look at the Mayflower Compact, watches a re-enactment of the First Thanksgiving Feast, and explores the contributions of Squanto and the Wampanoag Tribe. He then leaps forward to the Salem Witch Trials where he visits the cells of the accused witches at the Salem Witch Dungeon Museum.
Episode 2 Inspector Gadget goes to Venice, Italy to check out St. Mark's Square, including the Campanile and the Winged Lion of St. Mark. He then takes off to the Leaning Tower of Pisa to find out why it leans, and along the way, he unravels the mystery of Galileo Galilei's Law of Falling Bodies. On this trip to San Francisco, the ol' Inspector gets an in-depth look at the Golden Gate Bridge, from its three-inch thick cables to its over one million rivets. He stands guard at Ford Point National Historic Sight, climbs up Coit Tower, and checks out the famous pyramid-shaped Transamerica Building.
Episode 3 It's an action packed field trip through Great Britain as Gadget tours the royal Tower of London, gawks at the dazzling Crown Jewels, and checks out the famous Big Ben. He then stops off at the Houses of Parliament, finds out how he measures up to some of the world's most extraordinary people at the London Guinness World of Records, and watches the Changing of the Guards at Buckingham Palace. With time to spare, the Inspector crosses over London Bridge and visits some amazing life-like replicas at Madam Tussaud's Wax Museum.
Episode 4 On this adventure through St. Augustine, Florida, the Inspector checks out the Castillo de San Marcos, stops off at the Oldest Store Museum, and refreshes his ABCs at the Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse in the USA. He keeps his distance from the hungry 'gators at the St. Augustine Alligator Farm, and tastes some of the world's hottest peppers at the Dat'l Do It Datil Pepper Farm. Then, unable to resist, Gadget sips from The Fountain of Youth and temporarily shrinks into Gadget Boy. At Colonial Williamsburg, Inspector Gadget explores the daily lives of early American colonists, learning to fashion metal horseshoes, mould clay bricks, and even plow the fields with oxen-drawn carts. He ventures to the Original Capitol Building, and marches over to the Yorktown Encampment to train with the soldiers of the American Revolution.