Grand Canyon cross-sections reveal geologic history. Wide and deep, it's 10 miles. The park has white-water rapids and excellent views.

Grand Canyon

Niagara Falls is a set of three waterfalls at the southern end of Niagara Gorge in Canada and the U.S. Horseshoe Falls, the largest, straddles the two countries' boundary.

 Niagara Falls

The Statue of Liberty is the world's largest statue and America's most famous icon. Visitors can view the statue from Battery Park or via ferry in New York Harbor.

Statue of Liberty

Walt Disney World Resort contains water parks, Downtown Disney with shopping and theatre, great cuisine, and golf. This is a day or week-long destination.

Walt Disney World Resort

The sand and palm trees tell you you're in the tropics, yet the high-rises and busy road behind you show you're still in civilization.

Waikiki

The Las Vegas Strip is like an adult amusement park. This iconic street features replicas of the New York skyline, Eiffel Tower, and Venice canals.

 Las Vegas Strip

The Golden Gate Bridge spans San Francisco Bay and connects San Francisco and Marin County. The bridge's orangish-red tint stands out against the city's blue water.

Golden Gate Bridge

Yellowstone's old volcano created stunning landscapes and natural events. Popular features include geysers, hot springs, and Yellowstone River waterfalls.

Yellowstone Park

St. Louis' "Gateway to the West" is iconic and striking. The arch is visible from miles away, sparkling in the daytime light and lit at night.

St. Louis Arch

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