United States of America Attractions
Known as the Ocean Front Walk, and is home to hundreds of street performers, including jugglers, palm readers, buskers, snake charmers, fire-eaters, cyclists, and roller skaters – Located in California.
Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex
Home of the Space Shuttle, where spectacular launches can be viewed from a safe distance. Located in Florida.
Walt Disney first conceived the idea for the park in 1948 and had originally intended to call it Mickey Mouse Park. Is it now California’s most visited Theme Park.
Hollywood Walk of Fame
Is in memory of Hollywood’s great stars. one of Los Angeles most popular tourist attractions.
The Most visited Marine theme park in the World.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
The result of 70 million years of volcanic activity is on display, encompassing the creation of Hawaii out of the ocean to the evolution of its complex and unique ecosystems.
Las Vegas Strip
Nevada the home of gambling in the USA, and nowhere is this more evident than on the Las Vegas Strip.
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Displays more than 2 million works of art. Located in New York.
Universal Studios Hollywood
Universal Studios Hollywood is reputedly the world’s largest film studio and theme park.
Graceland is America’s monument to one of its favourite musicians and icons, Elvis Presley. The ‘King’ bought the colonial-style mansion in 1957 and lived there until his death in 1977.
Death Valley National Park
Renowned for its unique wildlife and desert beauty. The park covers 13,500 sq km.
Everglades National Park
Both temperate and tropical plant communities are represented in the park’s 610,684 hectares.
Located just north of 42nd Street in New York, Times Square has long been associated with theatre and nightlife and all the excitement and glitz of New York City.
Yosemite National Park
Yosemite National Park stretches along California’s eastern flank and covers almost 3108 sq kilometres of alpine meadows.
Pier 39, Fisherman's Wharf
Claiming to be USA most visited tourist attraction. Tourists visit to purchase souvenirs and eat at bay side restaurants. Located in San Francisco.
Located between 59th and 110thst. Offering performances, a small zoo & fountains within the park.
Walt Disney World
The world’s largest theme park. Located in Florida.
Golden Gate Bridge
2737m in length with a height of 227m and the clearance over the channel below of 67m. Located in San Francisco.
Yellowstone National Park
Is the first and oldest national park in the world. Renowned for its geothermal phenomena, the park has more geysers and hot springs than the rest of the world combined. Located in Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho.
Statue of Liberty
A gift to the USA from France in 1886 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of American independence. The statue of Liberty is 45m and high located in New York.
The White House is where the President of the United States of America lives and carries out official duties as Head of State. Built between 1792 and 1800 and located in Washington D.C (US capital).
Mount Rushmore National Memorial
USA’s most renowned national monument. The site in South Dakota is home to 18m-tall (60ft) faces of four US presidents – George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln – perched 152m (465ft) on a cliff face.
Known as “The Rock” is the notorious American super-prison located on Alcatraz Island, a remote rocky outcrop in San Francisco Bay. Alcatraz held famous criminals including Al Capone, George ‘Machine Gun’ Kelly and Robert ‘The Birdman’ Stroud.
Grand Canyon National Park
The Grand Canyon is one of the seven natural wonders of the world. The canyon extends for 365km and reaches a vertical depth of 1829m and a width of 29km. Located in Arizona.
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