Yes, the Vikings, specifically the Norse explorers from Greenland and Iceland, did travel to America. Around the year 1000 AD, a Viking explorer named Leif Erikson is believed to have led the first European expedition to North America. This expedition is often referred to as the Norse or Viking exploration of North America. Leif Erikson's exact route is not entirely clear, but it is believed that he first landed in an area that is now part of Newfoundland, Canada. The settlement established by the Vikings in North America is known as Vinland. Archaeological evidence, such as the remains of a Norse settlement at L'Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland, supports the idea of their presence in North America. The Viking expeditions to North America are significant historical events and demonstrate the extent of the Norse exploration and maritime capabilities during the medieval period. However, the Viking presence in North America was relatively brief, and there is little evidence to suggest that their voyages led to long-term colonization or significant impact on the indigenous populations in the region.