Welcome to the land of dreams – where your dream vacations can be a reality! The United States has been a major tourist destination.
Thousands of visitors travel to the US every year from different parts of the world to visit and experience its exceptional attractions.
Famous spots from different states has so much to offer – some includes national parks, theme parks, historical museums, and the list goes on.
Scroll down below to find out what’s there to visit!
Walt Disney World Resort, Orlando, FL
This resort features four theme parks, two water parks, twenty-seven themed resort hotels, nine non-Disney hotels, golf courses, a camping resort, entertainments and Disney Springs outdoor shopping center.
ANNUAL VISITORS: 52 million
PEAK SEASON: Mid-March through Late April (Spring Break), Mid-June through Labor Day weekend (Summer Break), All weeks that include and surround holidays
Statue of Liberty, New York, NY
A gift of friendship from the people of France to the United States. A monument of a robed woman representing freedom and democracy. No charge for entrance to the national monument but there is cost to other services.
ANNUAL VISITORS: 4.5 million
PEAK SEASON: April-September, All holidays
Universal Studios Hollywood, Universal City, CA
Get ready for the Hollywood experience! A theme park and film studio located in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles. Universal Studios offers hotels, restaurants, movie theaters, and collections of shops.
ANNUAL VISITORS: 8.1 million
PEAK SEASON: All holidays
Las Vegas Strip, Las Vegas, NV
Plenty of ways to entertain yourself or your group. Las Vegas is well known for its lounges, theaters, and nightclubs. Many upscale casinos, resort properties and largest luxury hotels are also located on the Las Vegas Strip.
ANNUAL VISITORS: 42.9 million
PEAK SEASON: All holidays
Great Smoky Mountains National Park, North Carolina, Tennessee
This park is one of the largest protected areas in the eastern US. It is located between the border of North Carolina and Tennessee and is the major tourist attraction in the region. There are 850 miles of trails and unpaved roads in the park for hiking including seventy miles of the Appalachian Trail.
ANNUAL VISITORS: 10 million
PEAK SEASON: June-August, October
Times Square, Manhattan, NY
Often referred to as “The Crossroads of the World”, one of the world’s busiest pedestrian areas and major commercial intersection. It is also the site of the annual New Year’s Eve ball drop.
ANNUAL VISITORS: 131 million
PEAK SEASON: April-June, August-October, New Year
White House, Washington, D.C.
The workplace and the official residence of the President of the United States. White House’s public tours are free of charge but must be submitted through the member of congress up to three months in advance and no less than 21 days prior to visit.
ANNUAL VISITORS: 100,000/month
PEAK SEASON: September-November, March-May
Alcatraz Island, San Francisco, CA
A famous prison located in a small island in the San Francisco Bay. The self-guided experience will keep you interested with military history, escapes, natural history, etc.
ANNUAL VISITORS: 1.3 million
PEAK SEASON: April-May, September-October
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