10 Iconic Attractions Around the United States

Golden Gate Bridge

Recognized as one of the Wonders of the Modern World, this iconic suspension bridge in San Francisco serves tens of thousands of cars daily and is a symbol of the Golden State.

Grand Canyon National Park

Hosting over 4.7 million visitors annually, Arizona's Grand Canyon offers breathtaking views, scenic overlooks, backcountry camping, stargazing, and adventurous hiking and biking trails.

Mount Rushmore National Memorial

Located in South Dakota's Black Hills, this monumental sculpture features the heads of four U.S. presidents and attracts millions of visitors each year.

Niagara Falls

Straddling the U.S.-Canada border, Niagara Falls boasts three stunning waterfalls, with Horseshoe Falls being the most powerful waterfall in North America, soaring about 187 feet high.

Las Vegas Strip

Known as the Entertainment Capital of the World, the Strip is a walkable stretch of resorts, casinos, shops, bars, and restaurants, offering a non-stop party atmosphere.

Statue of Liberty

A symbol of freedom, this iconic UNESCO World Heritage Site stretches over 300 feet from ground level to torch and is proudly displayed on Liberty Island in New York City.

Walt Disney World

Opened in 1971 near Orlando, Florida, Walt Disney World Resort is an entertainment hub with iconic sites like Magic Kingdom's Cinderella Castle and other popular parks like Epcot and Animal Kingdom.

Alcatraz Island

Located just east of the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz Island is a historic landmark that was once a federal prison housing notorious criminals and is now a popular tourist attraction.

Times Square

A major tourist hotspot in Midtown Manhattan, New York City's Times Square attracts around 50 million visitors annually with its bright advertisements, bustling businesses, and Broadway shows.

Yellowstone National Park

Established in 1872, Yellowstone is renowned for its geothermal features, wildlife, and stunning landscapes, making it a must-visit natural wonder in the U.S.