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Things to Do: World of Coca-Cola, Atlanta Botanical Garden
Atlanta is the largest city and capitol of the state of Georgia. A diverse city with a rich musical background, strong sports teams, the home of America’s favorite soft drink, and known as the birthplace of the American civil rights movement, Atlanta is filled with things to explore for all travelers. An easy destination to visit as the home of the busiest airport in the country, Hartsfield International Airport, just ten minutes from downtown Atlanta.
Things to Do: The Freedom Trail, Boston Harbor, Fenway Park
Boston is known as a city of great importance in the history of the United States. As a key city during the American Revolution it has become a great place for history buffs to visit. In addition to its storied history, modern Boston is a hub for culture from famous Fenway park to the exterior of Cheers to a plethora of world-class restaurants and bars, Boston is a must-visit destination.
Charlotte, North Carolina
Things to Do: Wells Fargo History Museum, Trail of History
Charlotte known as the “Queen City” is nicknamed after the wife of England’s King George III. The city had a strong presence in both the American Revolution and the Civil War which can be experienced alongside modern attractions as well. The city also has a long history in the banking industry which still holds true today as Charlotte is the third biggest banking city after New York and San Francisco. Visitors can find a host of places to visit throughout their stay.
Things to Do: Millennium Park, Navy Pier, Willis Tower
The third largest city in the United States by population, Chicago is one of the most interesting and culturally diverse cities in the country. Located on the shores of Lake Michigan and rebuilt after the Great Chicago Fire of 1871, the city is impressive for its resilience as well as its contributions to architecture, banking, art, sports, education and commerce. Visitors to the city will have no trouble filling their time, from the music scene of jazz and blues, sports history with legendary teams such as the Cubs and Bulls, shopping along the Magnificent Miles or the many other landmarks, Chicago is one of the great American cities.
Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas
Things to Do: Dallas Arts District, Frontiers of Flight, JFK Memorial Plaza
One of the largest cities in Texas, Dallas is full of fun Texas history and culture. The city’s growth was a result of the arrival of railroads in the late 1800’s, alongside trade products such as cotton and leather and later, oil. Today, the city is known for its restaurants, shopping, sports, and the arts. Dallas can be easily accessed through the very busy international airport as well as its extensive highways.
Things to Do: Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Denver Brewery Tours, Downtown Denver
Located at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, Denver is known as a wonderful place to live and visit. With sweeping views of the mountains, plenty of outdoor activities and a bustling brewery scene, a visit to Denver is a guaranteed good time. The city began its ascent as a gold mining town and saw a great economic boom during WWII and then again in the 1970’s with an oil boom. Today the city has seen a rapid growth in population with many industries leading to low unemployment and a large tourist economy. Tourists can enjoy everything the city has to offer from major museum attractions and breweries, and in short distance can be hiking, skiing, or snowboarding the majestic Rocky Mountains.
Things to Do: The Henry Ford Museum, Motown Museum
Detroit is located on the Detroit River and nicknamed “Motor City” for its deep ties to the American automotive industry. While the city started as a major trading post, it would become defined by the automobile as Henry Ford started to manufacture along assembly lines in 1914. Also known for live music, the city is recognized for Motown and a wonderful nightlife scene. While the city has experienced economic turmoil, today the city is revitalizing and is a great destination for a visit.
Fort Myers, Florida
Things to Do: Sanibel & Captiva Islands, Edison and Ford Winter Escapes
The perfect destination for a beach vacation, lined with palm trees where guests can take in beautiful sunsets in this popular Florida spot. Sanibel and Captiva are connected by a Causeway from Fort Myers Beach and travelers can opt to head out on a quick road trip for a visit to either island or enjoy staying on the islands as well. In addition to all that beach culture has to offer, the islands and Fort Myers also offer great restaurants, museums, and tours of the historical summer homes of Thomas Edison and Henry Ford.
Las Vegas, Nevada
Things to Do: Vegas Strip, Cirque du Soleil, Fremont Street
For those looking to live it up, there is no better place than Las Vegas, Nevada! Smack dab in the middle of the Mojave Desert, visitors can expect the best in fine dining, entertainment, nightlife and of course, gambling. A leader in the hospitality industry, there are many great hotels both on and off the famed Las Vegas strip. For travelers looking to diversify their experience, Las Vegas is also near two beautiful hiking destinations, the Red Rock Canyon National Park and Lake Mead National Park. Fremont Street is also a welcome break from the hustle and bustle of the strip, offering great restaurants and lesser-known music venues.
Los Angeles, California
Things to Do: Universal Studios, Hollywood Sign, Walk of Fame
The second largest city in the United States after New York, Los Angeles is located in Southern California adjacent to the Pacific Ocean. A sprawling city with a temperate climate, L.A. is known for its role in the entertainment industry and is the city to explore when it comes to media, old Hollywood, and major motion pictures. Outside of the entertainment industry, Los Angeles has plenty of other cultural activities including museums, shopping, outdoor activities such as hiking and surfing, and a great restaurant scene. There is so much to do and see in Los Angeles, every visit is destined to be different than the last.
Minneapolis / St. Paul, Minnesota
Things to Do: Mall of America, Minneapolis Institute of Art
Affectionately known as the “Twin Cities” Minneapolis and St. Paul are located just miles from one another and are the largest cities in Minnesota. While the cities are known as twins, they are actually quite different with Minneapolis being a bit more modern and St. Paul, the capitol city, known to be a bit more quaint. Visit one of the areas most famous destinations, the Mall of America, which in addition to 500 stores also houses an amusement park, aquarium and movie theatre. Both cities have also become known for their eclectic restaurant scenes, visitors can also enjoy world-renowned museums, and for those looking for outdoor activities, the chain of lakes located southwest of downtown Minneapolis is a great way to spend the day with a backdrop of five lakes.
Things to Do: Country Music Hall of Fame, Music City Walk of Fame, Grand Ole Opry
The capitol city of Tennessee, Nashville is located on the Cumberland River and became a center for trade as a result of its central location on the river. Nashville grew rapidly in the early part of the 20th century and in this time came to be known as the center of country music. Much of the country music and recording happen on Music Row in downtown Nashville and the city has built many of its tourist attractions related to the music. Die-hard music fans will enjoy all the city has to offer from the Country Music Hall of Fame to live shows at the Grand Ole Opry and everything in between!
New York, New York
Things to Do: Empire State Building, Central Park, Statue of Liberty
The largest city in the United States, New York is a series of five boroughs and located on the Hudson and East Rivers. New York is the most ethnically diverse city in the country and arguably the most influential. Home to more landmarks than can be seen in one trip, New York is a city for anyone looking to learn about history, finance, art, culture, food and more. While many visitors will choose to visit Manhattan, the outer boroughs are also wonderful destinations full of their own landmarks and cultural history. Easily navigated by the vast subway systems, tourists can easily enjoy all the city has to offer inexpensively, while those looking to enjoy decadence will find everything to do so in the city so nice they named it twice.
Newark, New Jersey
Things to Do: Grammy Museum
The most populous city in New Jersey, Newark is well-known for its international airport which is one of the most popular in the country. Located just eight miles from New York City, visitors can enjoy similar world-class activities for just a fraction of the cost of New York, including the Grammy Museum and the Newark Symphony Hall.
Things to Do: Walt Disney World, SeaWorld, LegoLand
One of the most visited cities in the world because of its many tourist destinations, most notably Walt Disney World and Universal Studios and their many subsequent attractions. Located in central Florida, Orlando has a booming hospitality industry with a subtropical climate making it a desirable location to visit. In addition to Disney and its many theme parks, Orlando is also known for its famous golf courses.
Things to Do: Portland Art Museum, Voodoo Doughnuts
A major port city in the Willamette Valley located along the Willamette and Columbia Rivers and known for its natural beauty, Portland has quickly gained recognition for being a great place to visit. With such a great location with access to its rivers, Portland grew quickly after it was established in the early 1800s. Today, in large part due to the technology industry, Portland has experience extreme growth and become a hub for young professionals to live and work. The geography alongside its very liberal environment including free public transportation make it a wonderful place to spend time.
Things to Do: Independence Hall, Liberty Bell
One of the key cities during the American Revolution including as the place where the Founding Fathers signed both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. Located between the two rivers of Delaware and Schuylkill, Philadelphia is a port city making it a very busy shipping center throughout history. Founded by William Penn and made famous by Benjamin Franklin, the city is a must-see for any history buff with many museums and dedicated tours to early American history.
Things to Do: Phoenix Zoo, Camelback Mountain, Desert Botanical Garden
Located along the Salt River, Phoenix is known for its dry, warm climate that is attractive to its residents and visitors alike. The area has become known for its many natural wonders and the spa culture which has been built around them. Visitors to the city will also enjoy cultural destinations including The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture and the Phoenix Art Museum. Baseball is also central to the city as it is host to many spring training camps which invite its own tourism.
Salt Lake City, Utah
Things to Do: Deer Valley, Natural History Museum, Bryce Canyon National Park
The capitol city of Utah, Salt Lake City was founded by Brigham Young and his Mormon followers as a political refuge. Modern Salt Lake City is influenced by a booming tech scene as well as plenty of activities for sports fans and outdoor enthusiasts. Skiers and snowboarders seek out the city because of its close proximity to the mountains. Close to more than a dozen ski areas and the site of the 2002 Winter Olympics, Salt Lake City has seen a big spike in tourism as a result. Enjoy urban adventures alongside nature and enjoy all that this unique city has to offer!
San Francisco, California
Things to Do: Alcatraz, Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman’s Wharf
From its root as a city at the center of the gold rush to its modern post at the center of the tech industry, San Francisco is one of the most desirable cities in the United States. With a location between the Pacific Ocean and the San Francisco Bay, the temperate climate paired with a wonderful food scene alongside many cultural and historical landmarks, visitors to the city will find it unlike any other they have visited. Enjoy the unique hilly landscape on the famous cable cars while taking in views of the bay. The waterfront itself offers plenty of attractions as well including Fisherman’s Wharf and Ghiarardelli Square.
Things to Do: Space Needle, Pike Place Market
A bustling city located on a major air and sea port of Puget Sound, Seattle has become known for being a center of culture. The largest city in the Northwest, it is known for its distinct neighborhoods and a very pronounced downtown where residents both live and work. The city has seen massive growth in the last few decades as a result of commercial growth primarily in the technology sector. Visitors will enjoy the heart of the city, its downtown, which is famous for Pike Place Market. Restaurants, shopping, coffee shops and nightlife abound in downtown but also in the surrounding areas. Seattle is a one-of-a-kind, unique city and certainly one to add to the bucket list!
Things to Do: Busch Gardens, Straz Center for Performing Arts
Destination Information: Located on the west coast of Florida on the Gulf of Mexico, Tampa offers a great waterfront, world-class restaurants, and entertainment. A culture that is a combination of both Cuban and Spanish influences, Tampa is a great place to soak in the history of both. Visitors can enjoy rollercoasters at the famous Busch Gardens as well as the world-renowned Straz Center for Performing Arts, the largest theatre in the Southeast.
Things to Do: Smithsonian, National Mall, Lincoln Memorial
The Capitol city of the United States formally known as the District of Columbia, Washington D.C. is a city chocked full of history and culture. The city is named for the first American President, George Washington and is full of tributes to many of the presidents including most notably, Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson. The city welcomes many tourists every year especially to its many museums many housed under the Smithsonian umbrella as well as memorials in honor of many important wars, including the Vietnam War and World War II.
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