Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in the USA

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Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in the USA


The US is home to some of the most spectacular scenery in the world and some of the most recognizable icons on the planet. Many of the top attractions in the United States are bucket-list destinations, drawing visitors from around the world.

Compiling a list of places to see is step one. But keep in mind, given the size of the United States, most people plan their trips to a specific region, be it the East Coast, the Southwest, the beaches of Florida or California, or outlying regions like Hawaii and Alaska. You may want to see the city sights, or head out to the parks and natural areas. In some cases, you can easily combine the two if you plan a day trip or two.

Grand Canyon

The Grand Canyon is a natural wonder of the world. It’s one of those places that you have to see for yourself in order to really understand it. If you’re planning on traveling to Arizona, take some time and plan a day at the Grand Canyon!
The Grand Canyon is one of America’s most famous landmarks. It lies within an area that ranges from 1 mile (1.6 km) wide near its headwaters down to 18 miles (29 km) wide near its mouth, making it seem much more narrow than what we typically think of as being a “canyon.” The average depth

Niagara Falls

The only place in the world you can find three of the world’s great natural wonders side by side, Niagara Falls is a must-see. Just an hour away from Toronto, Niagara Falls has over 2 million visitors each year and for good reason – it really is breathtaking! This post will teach you everything you need to know about this incredible destination.
Niagara Falls are located on both sides of the border between Canada and USA; they form one of the most spectacular waterfalls in North America. The falls were formed as a result of receding glaciers 12000 years ago and continue to grow through erosion at their base.

Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty is a symbol that has come to represent the ideals and values which make America great. It was given by France as a gift for America’s 100th Independence Day on July 4, 1876. The statue has endured many tests in its lifetime, including being threatened with destruction during WWII when Hitler ordered it be destroyed so he could have Paris all to himself. Luckily, Lady Liberty survived and still stands proudly today in New York Harbor welcoming new immigrants to our shores with her outstretched hand holding the torch high into the sky lighting up our way forward towards tomorrow.
The Statue of Liberty remains one of my favorite pieces of American history because she represents hope and freedom- something that everyone deserves no matter where they call home or what language

White House

The White House is the residence of the President of the United States. It is also a symbol and icon for America, often representing democracy and freedom to people all over the world. It’s an interesting place to visit because it has been home to so many presidents!

Walt Disney World Resort

“Disney World is a place where dreams come true. It’s also a place where you can get sick, and go bankrupt.”
If you’re like me, then Disney World Resort is the most magical place on Earth. The sights and sounds of this wondrous kingdom are enough to make any child squeal with delight. But while it may be the happiest place on Earth for some people, it can also be one of the most expensive places in America. In my experience as an avid traveler who has visited Walt Disney World Resort at least six times in my life so far, I’ve learned that there are ways to do things without breaking your bank account (which I will share with you below).