Oh goodness, no. If I could time travel I would be far more interested in going back to talk to Socrates (if he really existed) , Leonardo da Vinci, Gallileo, William Shakespeare, Charles Darwin, Charles Dickens, Edward Hubble, Professor Joseph Campbell, Niko Tinbergen, Carl Sagan, Gerald Durrell, Kazuo Ohno, Tatsumi Hijikata and dozens of others who have made astonishing and real contributions to life on this planet.
Of course, the basis to the question is the assumption that time travel may indeed be possible. Clearly, forward-direction time travel is something that we all experience - the question relates to the possibility of backwards time-travel (assuming that we accept a linear concept of time).
Amongst physicists the jury is still out, as they say. Whilst recent developments in quantum theory certainly suggest that if the space-time continuum were warped in the correct manner, then backward time travel at the particulate level may be possible - but we would be talking about very small quanta and periods of time that would make nanoseconds look like a long wait.
Einstein's theory of general relativity marks out a possible scientific basis for backwards time travel in very specific circumstances, however according to the chronology protection conjecture these 'time-gaps' might be self-closing when reversed. When we get the theory of quantum gravity resolved (as quantum mechanics is pretty extensively explained now) we'll be closer to the theory of everything that will provide us with the understanding necessary to know if backward time travel will ever be possible.
Of course we can look back in time, right back to the very beginning of the universe, on any clear starry night. Fundamentally because the light that we see as distant stars and galaxies started its journey a long, long time ago (billions and billions of years) so what we see now is what was actually taking place all that time ago. By measuring this light (and other frequencies of radiation) we have been able to map out the history of the Universe.
Quite an achievement for a nearly bald ape.
Thanks for such a fun and inspiring question!