The United States of America is not a country, not even a world. The union of 50 states is, in fact, a universe where every entity is a planet in itself. It's the land of diversities, paradoxes, opportunities, and superlatives. Criss-crossing the country from the Atlantic Coast to the Pacific Coast is similar to going on the Lewis and Clark Expedition; it's akin to stepping into a different realm altogether and one never knows what to expect.
Eastern United States
The Statue of Liberty, Central Park, National Mall, Lincoln Memorial, Liberty Bell, Georgia Aquarium, Savannah Historic District, Niagara Falls, Space Center Houston, Walt Disney World, Magic Kingdom Park, Kennedy Space Center, and South Beach are some of the best places to visit in the Eastern United States. Discover the Catskills, Everglades, and Appalachians, go hiking and sightseeing in Acadia National Park, get lost in the world's largest cave system in Mammoth Cave National Park, and enjoy winter activities in Great Smoky Mountains National Park—America's most visited national park.
Central United States
In central or Midwestern United States, the Navy Pier, Yellowstone National Park, Mount Rushmore National Monument, and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame are among popular points of interest. Moreover, the seemingly endless coastline of the Great Lakes and the battlefields of the Civil Wars are endowed with several hidden gems worth exploring. From the big bends of the Mississippi River to the bayous of Louisiana, the heartland of America is endowed with countless tourist attractions.
Western United States
The Golden Gate Bridge, Fisherman's Wharf, Santa Monica Pier, Getty Center, Sunset Boulevard, Malibu Beach, Griffith Observatory, Las Vegas Strip, Balboa Park, Pike Place Market, Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium, Mojave Desert, Lake Tahoe, Valley of Fire State Park, and Mount Whitney are most famous tourist attractions in western United States. The Olympic National Park, Yosemite National Park, Mesa Verde National Park, Grand Canyon National Park, and Redwood National and State Parks are also the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the US.
Outside of the contiguous United States, the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Waianuenue Falls, and Iolani Palace are famous tourist haunts in Hawaii. In the far north, Alaska – the land of giant bears and northern nights – has oodles of attractions such as Denali National Park, which has the highest mountain in North America, Kenai Fjords, and the great Alaska Highway that runs from Yukon to all the way into British Columbia in Canada.
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Last Updated on: May 04, 2016