How People Visit All Over The United States

It is not easy to explain just how interesting a place is when you have never been there, but in this case I will give you a brief outline of what tourist attractions are like in the United States. The U.S. is actually a very large country of 50 states spanning a wide sweep of North America, from the Pacific Northwest to the Rocky Mountains. Major Atlantic Coast states are New York, an international finance and cultural center, and Capital Washington, DC. Midwestern major cities are Chicago, a cultural and financial center, and Los Angeles, famous for its famous Hollywood.

The western part or “Outsider” states are Kansas, Nebraska, and Colorado, three solid red states that border Mexico. New England, New York, and Pennsylvania are all blue states that run along the Eastern seaboard. The southern states, including Alabama, Florida, Georgia, and Mississippi, are more southerly in composition. The Great Lakes, which is located in the northern part of the United States, provide many lakes and bodies of water that are popular tourist spots.

A person could go to many popular places, depending on their interests. For those interested in history, they could go to places like the Library of Congress, where they could view a wide selection of artifacts and historical documents, or visit the National Mall, which is the ideal place for a parade. Those who enjoy art can visit places like the Art Museum, National Postal Museum, or Smithsonian American Art Gallery, which is one of the largest museums in the world. History lovers could visit places such as the Air and Space Museum, NASA Space Center, or the Naval Aviation Museum, which is also home to a great deal of aviation memorabilia. Sports fans can visit stadiums such as Yankee Stadium or the NFLPA Field, where pro sports teams play their games.