Welcome to Attractions in America web site, an online resource where you can review for things to do while traveling or ideas for a day or weekend excursion. The U.S. is a versatile country filled with a multitude of places to see. Attractions, tours, historical monuments, beaches, islands, museums, dining, unique out of the way places, and so much more.
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An awesome location to see nature on the coast of San Diegos La Jolla. Get up close and view the wildlife that make La Jolla their home.
A sight to see when in La Jolla outside of San Diego in California is a place referred to as Childrens' pool. This location draws tourists and locals alike.
The seals and sea lions have taken over this area and bask on the beach after a day of feeding. A definite put on your list for the entire family, a free attraction popular attraction for visitors from all over the world.
Splendid views, wildlife and parks for a day of picnicking. Our number one pick for things to do in La Jolla sightseeing. No fee to enjoy the view.
If you are looking to do some sightseeing in San Diego and want to visit one of the most beautiful beaches in the Area, then the La Jolla coast will not disappoint. Wildlife, the ocean, shopping and more in one beautiful area.
Looking for unique things to do and see in North Dakota? An amazing and unique roadside attraction, take a drive along the Enchanted Highway in North Dakota.
Take a drive down the Enchanted Highway. Large classic art sculptures adorning the landscape along the Enchanted Highway in western North Dakota. Add this to your bucket list, must see unique sculptures, including Geese in Flight, Deer Crossing, Grasshoppers, Fisherman's Dream, Pheasants on the Prairie, Teddy Roosevelt Rides Again,Tin Family.
Be sure to stop by the gift shop to pick up a miniature sculpture of your favorite.
Visit the North Dakota Tourism web site more more details on this whimsical and unique roadside attraction.
Hollywood Boulevard, the entertainment capital of the world
Hollywood Boulevard is chocked full of things to do. Attractions, restaurants theme parks, museums and local residents dressing up as characters from popular films. Hollywood boulevard attracts millions of visitors of all ages from all over the world and does not disappoint anyone who visits the entertainment capital of the world.
The Hope Cemetery in Barre, Vermont attracts tourists worldwide to gaze upon the most beautiful granite stonework from the turn of the 20th century monuments.
The Hope Cemetery established in 1895, this old cemetery is located in the "Granite Capital of the World" Hope cemetery has 65 acres of memorial granite stone art work. A must put on your things to do list when in Barre, Vermont.
When in Illinois, a great day for the family awaits at the Lincoln Park Zoo. The zoo is open all year long and offers Free admission every day.
Lincoln Park Zoo located in verdant park offers visitors the ability to spend the day with a multitude of wildlife. Lions and tigers and bears and everything in between call the zoo their home.
The zoo attracts visitors from all over the world to watch at the gorillas, experience the tropical rain forests and many more animal habitats. Free everyday of the year and a great things to do to add to your list when in Chicago.
Visit their web site for hours and the happenings at the Lincoln Park Zoo
The Ole Smoky Moonshine Distillery in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, “The Holler”, is America’s most visited distillery by people from all over the world and produces a number of signature flavors.
Recognized as a Top Performing Distillery. A visit to Ole Smoky Distillery is the true moonshine experience. As you approach the entrance, the distinct smell of cooking and fermenting grains takes over your senses. Here, you’ll see authentic-working moonshine stills and take in the entire process - from beginning to end.
There is no charge to view the distillery. Tours are self guided and completely free. We are open to all ages so the entire family can learn more about moonshine and its history.
Our distillers like to visit with folks. They’ll be glad to answer your questions about the history and lore of moonshining in East Tennessee.
Ole Smoky Distillery offers free samples of our Original Unaged Corn Whiskey, White Lightnin’, Moonshine Cherries, Blackberry, Our World famous "Apple Pie", Strawberry, Peach and Lemon drop.
We also offer seasonal and special flavors that are not available in package stores. You’ll be able to buy plenty of moonshine and Ole Smoky merchandise to take home with you.
Visit the web site for more information, events, to visit the online shop to git yourself some of that Tennessee moonshine.
Sight seeing in Arizona. When in Tucson, Arizona be sure to put the Spanish San Xavier Mission on your list of places to see. National landmark
San Xavier del Bac is a national landmark dating from the late 1700's and was founded by Father Eusebio Kino in 1692. Referred to as the White Dove of the desert, it is the oldest European structure in Arizona and a short drive of approx. 10 miles south of Tucson.
The mission is an architectural masterpiece where visitors can marvel at the beauty inside and out.
They offer guided tours or tourists can walk about on their own, the mission sponsors events, a mission school and conducts services. This is a free attraction and a must see while visiting Tucson, Arizona.
Visit the web site for complete information and photos of this Arizona Landmark.
When sightseeing in Downtown Los Angeles, a must do is to take a stroll through Union Station.
Looking for things to do in Los Angeles? Take a stroll through and around Union Station in Downtown LA.
Open 24 hours, the historical Los Angeles Union Station is the main railway station in Los Angeles, California and the major transportation center in Southern California. Built in 1939 this historical and beautiful train station is across from Olvera Street and surrounded by historical buildings and sights. A few miles away is Chinatown and the Los Angeles Civic center.
A full day of sightseeing in Los Angeles for the entire family. History, shopping, dining can all be found within steps of Union Station.
Plenty of parking and free access to Union station, Olvera street and other great sightseeing opportunities.