1 Grand Canyon National Park
This iconic national park is located in Arizona and is famous for its stunning natural beauty, including the massive canyon itself, which was formed by the Colorado River over millions of years. Visitors can hike, bike, or ride a mule along the park's many trails, or take in the panoramic views from various lookout points. The park is also home to diverse wildlife and plant species.
Looks beautiful, but I have never went there.
I have been there. Such a beautiful place.
Been here. Very breathtaking
2 Yellowstone National Park
Located in the western United States, this national park is known for its geothermal features, such as the Old Faithful geyser and hot springs. Visitors can also explore the park's diverse wildlife, including bears, wolves, and bison. The park also offers numerous outdoor activities, including hiking, camping, and fishing.
Yellowstone Memorial Day is a great song. For a while it made me scared of going here. But now I want to travel here more then ever. Come on down! Let's all head to Yellowstone!
I don't know, but I think this is great for nature lovers. Then again, I'm scared of the Caldera volcano.
This bustling borough of New York City is one of the world's most famous tourist destinations, known for its iconic landmarks, such as the Statue of Liberty, Times Square, and Central Park. Visitors can explore the city's diverse neighborhoods, each with its own unique character and attractions, including world-class museums, restaurants, and theaters.
4 Niagara Falls
This natural wonder, located on the border of the United States and Canada, attracts millions of visitors each year. The falls consist of three separate waterfalls: Horseshoe Falls, American Falls, and Bridal Veil Falls. Visitors can experience the falls up close by taking a boat tour or walking along the various viewing platforms. The surrounding area also offers numerous attractions, including casinos and amusement parks.
I've went there! It was very beautiful! A bit chilly, though, from what I remember.
Nice, but it's nicer on the Canadian side.
I want to jump off for a swim.
5 Golden Gate Bridge
This iconic suspension bridge spans the Golden Gate strait, connecting San Francisco to Marin County, California. The bridge is known for its striking orange color and distinctive art deco design. Visitors can walk or bike across the bridge, or take in the views from various lookout points.
6 Disney World
Located in Orlando, Florida, this world-famous theme park attracts millions of visitors each year. The park is divided into several themed areas, including Fantasyland, Tomorrowland, and Adventureland, and features numerous rides, shows, and attractions based on popular Disney movies and characters. The park also offers dining, shopping, and entertainment options.
Well it's almost every childhood dream to go to this place and its made up of several distinct theme parks, including the Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Hollywood Studios, Animal Kingdom and the Blizzard Beach Water Park.
If its your first time, try to stay in a disney hotel and do the character breakfasts.
Sadly, I was very young when I went there, so I don't remember much of it.
7 Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park
Located on the Big Island of Hawaii, this national park is known for its two active volcanoes, Kīlauea and Mauna Loa. Visitors can explore the park's diverse landscapes, including lava fields, rainforests, and volcanic craters. The park also offers hiking trails, scenic drives, and cultural exhibits.
8 Florida Keys
This chain of islands off the southern coast of Florida is a popular tourist destination known for its tropical climate, beaches, and water activities such as snorkeling, diving, and fishing. Visitors can explore the various islands, each with its own unique character and attractions, including historic sites, nature reserves, and quaint villages.
I would love to go to the Florida Keys. My family was planning to drive from Fort Myers to Key West while on vacation in 2016, but rain canceled our plans.
9 Washington, D.C.
The nation's capital, Washington, D.C., is home to numerous famous landmarks, including the White House, the Lincoln Memorial, and the Smithsonian museums. Visitors can explore the city's history and politics by touring the Capitol building, the National Archives, and other government buildings. The city also offers numerous dining, shopping, and entertainment options.
Oh, I would love to see the nation's capitol.
I have been to D.C. several times.
Always wanted to go there.
10 Las Vegas Strip
This famous street in Las Vegas, Nevada, is known for its numerous casinos, hotels, and entertainment venues. Visitors can try their luck at the slot machines and table games, or watch a show by world-renowned performers. The strip also offers numerous dining and shopping options, as well as attractions such as the Bellagio Fountains and the Stratosphere Tower.
11 Yosemite National Park
This iconic national park is located in California and is known for its stunning natural beauty, including granite cliffs, waterfalls, and giant sequoia trees. Visitors can hike, camp, and rock climb, or take in the views from various lookout points. The park is also home to diverse wildlife and plant species.
When you go up, and look down at everything including the waterfalls and the half dome, it looks like...I can't even describe it. It's breathtaking
This famous island prison in San Francisco Bay is a popular tourist destination. Visitors can tour the prison cells and learn about the infamous inmates who were held there, such as Al Capone and "Machine Gun" Kelly. The island also offers stunning views of the San Francisco skyline and the Golden Gate Bridge.
13 Denali National Park
Located in Alaska, this national park is known for its rugged wilderness and towering mountain peaks, including Denali, the highest peak in North America. Visitors can explore the park's diverse landscapes, including glaciers, forests, and tundra, and can also participate in outdoor activities such as hiking, fishing, and wildlife viewing.
14 Statue of Liberty
This iconic statue, located on Liberty Island in New York Harbor, is a symbol of freedom and democracy. Visitors can take a ferry to the island and climb to the top of the statue for stunning views of the New York skyline. The island also offers exhibits and a museum about the history of the statue and its significance.
15 The White House
Located in Washington, D.C., the White House is the official residence of the President of the United States. Visitors can tour the public rooms and learn about the history and significance of the building and its occupants. The surrounding area, including Lafayette Square and the National Mall, also offers numerous other attractions, including museums and monuments.
Always wanted to go to the White House.
How is this below Disney World?
16 Times Square
This bustling commercial and entertainment district in New York City is known for its bright lights, billboards, and large crowds. Visitors can take in the sights and sounds of the area, which features numerous shops, restaurants, and theaters. The square is also famous for its New Year's Eve celebration, which attracts millions of visitors each year.
If you're going to New York City for the first time this is a must. It's an iconic place. Really all of Broadway is for that matter. If you're gonna go to NYC you gotta go to at least one show
I love visiting here on my 2015 NYC trip. I would LOVE to be there during New Year's Eve!
I second this! Seeing a Broadway show is super American touristy
17 Everglades National Park
Located in southern Florida, this national park is known for its unique ecosystem, including wetlands, swamps, and mangrove forests. Visitors can explore the park by foot, boat, or airboat and can see diverse wildlife such as alligators, manatees, and panthers. The park also offers educational exhibits and activities about the importance of conservation and preservation.
18 Mount Rushmore
This famous monument, located in South Dakota, features the faces of four U.S. Presidents carved into the side of a mountain: George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln. Visitors can take in the stunning views of the monument and surrounding area, or explore the nearby museum and exhibits about the history and significance of the monument.
Yep I've been their multiple times.
19 The French Quarter
Located in New Orleans, Louisiana, the French Quarter is a historic district known for its distinctive architecture, music, and cuisine. Visitors can stroll along the narrow streets and admire the colorful buildings, or visit famous landmarks such as Jackson Square and St. Louis Cathedral. The area is also famous for its festivals and celebrations, such as Mardi Gras and the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival.
I've been there it is pretty cool.
20 Space Needle
This iconic landmark, located in Seattle, Washington, offers stunning views of the city and surrounding area. Visitors can ride to the top of the tower and enjoy panoramic views from the observation deck, or dine in the revolving restaurant. The Space Needle is also home to a variety of exhibits and attractions about the history and significance of the tower.
I've been here, and it's really cool. You can see everything!
21 Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Located in Tennessee and North Carolina, this national park is known for its stunning natural beauty, including mountain peaks, forests, and waterfalls. Visitors can hike, camp, and fish, or take in the views from various lookout points. The park is also home to diverse wildlife and plant species.
22 Venice Beach
Located in Los Angeles, California, this beachfront neighborhood is known for its vibrant boardwalk, street performers, and eclectic shops. Visitors can stroll along the boardwalk and take in the sights, or relax on the beach and watch the sunset. The area is also home to numerous art galleries and museums.
23 Hoover Dam
This engineering marvel, located on the border of Arizona and Nevada, was built during the Great Depression and is a popular tourist attraction. Visitors can tour the dam and learn about its history and significance, or take a boat ride on Lake Mead. The surrounding area also offers numerous outdoor activities, including hiking and rock climbing.
I went there when I was driving to Sedona, Arizona from Las Vegas.
24 Sedona, Arizona
This picturesque town, located in northern Arizona, is known for its red rock formations, stunning vistas, and new-age culture. Visitors can explore the town's numerous galleries and boutiques, or take a scenic drive through the surrounding landscape. The area is also home to numerous hiking and mountain biking trails, as well as spiritual and wellness retreats.
25 Bryce Canyon National Park
Located in Utah, this national park is known for its unique rock formations, including spires and hoodoos. Visitors can hike or horseback ride through the park's trails, or take in the views from various lookout points. The park is also home to diverse wildlife and plant species.