A first century non-Christian historian by the name of Flavius Josephus wrote about Jesus of Nazareth in his works called Jewish Antiquities.
I quote: Testimonium Flavianum": Antiquities 18.3.3.
At this time there appeared Jesus, a wise man, if indeed one should call him a man. For he was a doer of startling deeds, a teacher of the people who receive the truth with pleasure. And he gained a following both among many Jews and among many of Greek origin. He was the Messiah. And when Pilate, because of an accusation made by the leading men among us, condemned him to the cross, those who had loved him previously did not cease to do so. For he appeared to them on the third day, living again, just as the divine prophets had spoken of these and countless other wondrous things about him. And up until this very day the tribe of Christians, named after him, has not died out.
The fact that Josephus wasn’t a follower of Jesus of Nazareth and as a trusted historian wrote about Jesus’ crucifixion testifies to the historical existence of Jesus Christ.
Biblical Archaeology Review 40:2, March/April 2014
Archaeology Confirms 50 Real People in the Bible
By Lawrence Mykytiuk
The first non-Christian reference to Nazareth is an inscription on a marble fragment from a synagoguefound in Caesarea Maritima in 1962.
I have personally been to modern Israel and seen for myself the birthplace of Jesus Christ,
Bethlehem, the town of Nazareth, Caesarea, Capernum ( Jesus’ home town).
You can visit archaeological museums such as Bible lands museum etc and follow the evidence where it leads.
Hope this helps.