Atlanta's premier tourist attraction is the world's largest aquarium, the Georgia Aquarium, located a 20-acre site at Pemberton Place that is also home to the World of Coca-Cola and within walking distance of Centennial Olympic Park, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, State Farm Arena, the CNN Center and other downtown Atlanta tourist attractions.
Atlanta also attracts visitors with its performing arts venues, museums and historical sites, parks, cuisine, and its many festivals and events.
Baltimore is a major city in Maryland with a long history as an important seaport. Fort McHenry, birthplace of the U.S. national anthem, “The Star-Spangled Banner,” sits at the mouth of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. This harbor area offers shops, upscale crab shacks and attractions like the Civil War–era warship the USS Constellation and the National Aquarium, showcasing thousands of marine creatures.
There are a variety of free walks and trails throughout the City of Boston. The City has a wealth of museums, with everything from the Museum of Fine Arts to the Old State House. Boston offers world-class dining and shopping options as well as local, artisan, and ethnic favorites.
Tourists will find sites of interest in Grant Park which contains Millennium Park, Buckingham Fountain, and the Art Institute of Chicago. Millennium Park's Cloud Gate sculpture and fountain's two towers incorporate LED facial images. Chicago performing arts venues include the Harris Theater for Music and Dance, Chicago Theater and the Chicago Opera Theater. Navy Pier contains retail, restaurants, museums, exhibition halls and auditoriums. Its 15 story Ferris wheel is among the most visited landmarks. The city's Museum Campus, holds: the Adler Planetarium & Astronomy Museum, the Field Museum of Natural History, and the Shedd Aquarium. The Museum Campus accesses the Art Institute of Chicago in Grant Park. The Museum of Science and Industry is also a leading attraction
Jam with musicians at the world’s only Rock & Roll Hall of Fame; wear your heart on your jersey at the Pro Football Hall of Fame; or ride the world’s tallest and fastest roller coasters at Cedar Point. In The Land, you can admire 4,500 masterpieces at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
Los Angeles is a trend-setting global metropolis with a fascinating history and a rich cultural heritage. LA's cultural attractions are second to none, whether it’s the Space Shuttle Endeavour, Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Getty Center or art galleries and urban art. From Transformers: The Ride-3D to legendary studios and renowned theatre productions, LA is truly the entertainment capital of the world. Los Angeles has more museums and theatres than any other U.S. city, in addition to its thriving music and gallery scene. Don't miss the Broad, Downtown L.A., the Getty Center in Brentwood and Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) on Museum Row. Set the soundtrack for your visit and choose an LA Philharmonic performance at Walt Disney Concert Hall.
Montréal is the largest city in Canada's Québec province. It’s set on an island in the Saint Lawrence River and named after Mt. Royal, the triple-peaked hill at its heart. Its boroughs, many of which were once independent cities, include neighborhoods ranging from cobblestoned, French colonial Vieux-Montréal – with the Gothic Revival Notre-Dame Basilica at its center – to bohemian Plateau.
Whether it's exploring history through world-renowned museums, getting an up-close and personal look into the history of Mardi Gras and float building, or taking a relaxing ride down the Mighty Mississippi, New Orleans has a variety of attractions. From feeding exotic animals at Audubon Zoo, then hop on the St. Charles Streetcar and head downtown where you'll get a glimpse of marine wildlife at the Aquarium of Americas and encounter butterflies and a plethora of interesting insects at the Audubon Butterfly Garden & Insectarium. Stop at Jackson Square and explore the majestic wonder of St. Louis Cathedral, or wind down with a sunset jazz river cruise along the Mississippi River aboard the Steamboat Natchez.
~ A trip to New York City is the experience of a lifetime. With famous attractions like Times Square, Central Park, the Empire State Building and Yankee Stadium—to name just a few—NYC packs more to see and do into one compact area than any other place on earth. Each of the City’s five boroughs contains its own roster of must-see destinations, great restaurants, cultural hot spots and unforgettable activities. Breathtaking views from Top of the Rock, the Empire State Building and One World Observatory. Exhibits from throughout history at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Brooklyn Museum and New York Hall of Science. Thrilling performances at Lincoln Center, BAM and Barclays Center. Attractions in NYC suits all tastes.
Orlando is the perfect destination thanks to an incredible diversity that ensures an unforgettable vacation filled with unique experiences for every visitor. If thrill-seeking is your style, you won’t be able to get enough of the theme parks, water parks and attractions, but there’s a lot more to discover, including dining, shopping, ecotourism and more.
Historic sites, quaint shopping districts, vibrant nightlife and more— from day to night, there is always something to see or do in Philadelphia. Philadelphia brings history to life. From the signing of the Declaration of Independence to the founding of the country’s first hospital, botanical garden, lending library and more, the region is rich in attractions that tell America’s story. But we’re not just a destination for history buffs. Art lovers have top-notch museums and cutting-edge galleries to explore as well as numerous performing arts venues featuring everything from ballet to Broadway. Science enthusiasts will surely want to check out area museums that engage the mind and senses. Nature lovers will rejoice at the countless paved and unpaved trails that wind through the city’s expansive Fairmount Park.
Québec City’s history, friendly vibe, world-class attractions make it a year-round travel destination. Every season brings its own special activities and stunning sights. A trip to Quebec, the only walled city north of Mexico, would not be complete without a stroll along North America's oldest streets, a visit to Chateau Frontenac, the Citadelle de Quebec or Basilica Cathedral Notre-Dame de Quebec, just to name a few must see attractions.
San Francisco once called "49 square miles surrounded by reality." Locals didn't flinch: after all, the city's quirkiness, as well as its beauty, is something they embrace. It's home to an eclectic mix of cultures and ethnicities, art and architecture, politics and sports, dot-com and dotty. There's always something new to discover in the San Francisco Bay Area. The region abounds with iconic landmarks, colorful neighborhoods, major art museums, and, in the case of Alcatraz, one notorious former prison. Then there are theme parks, boardwalks, and steam trains-not to mention beaches, national parks, and wildlife preserves.
Everyone should experience the Space Needle and Pike Place Market at least once, but those aren’t the only draws worth a visit. Seattle has so much to offer, from major attractions to unexpected surprises. Take in stunning views from vantages around town, including Kerry Park and the Seattle Great Wheel on the waterfront. Learn all about the region’s deep aviation roots among the vintage airplanes and spacecraft at the Museum of Flight. Feel the wind on your face as you cruise across Puget Sound on a Washington State Ferry. The Seattle Aquarium and Woodland Park Zoo feature up-close animal encounters, while area parks, playgrounds, and fountains let little ones splash, jump, climb, and play
Toronto has it all. An arts and cultural scene that reflects diversity, culinary experiences you won't find anywhere else, top attractions that will take your breathe away and people who are welcoming and kind.
Washington, DC has fun activities and attractions for every kind of visitor. Choose from world-class cultural events, a vibrant (and delicious) dining scene, museums packed with history and so much more. Rich in history and proud in its heritage, DC is America’s cultural center for a reason, from monuments and memorials to the Smithsonian Institution museums. From historic performing arts theaters to ultra-modern art galleries and interactive museums, there are countless attractions in Washington, DC.
The Historic Triangle -- Williamsburg, Jamestown and Yorktown -- offers a plethora of museums, theme parks and historic sites. Visitors from all over the world come here to walk the same grounds that George Washington, Patrick Henry and Thomas Jefferson once walked. Come see the sights, learn about America’s heritage and become a part of history.
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