MUST-SEE Places in the United States Before You Die

People often forget how amazing these U.S. locations are.

This coming summer might be the perfect time to start exploring. Keep track of how many places you’ve visited or seen as you read through the list.

Acadia National Park in Maine is a national park that not many people talk about, but it’s definitely worth visiting.

Acadia National Park

The memorial is made of marble and features a statue of Lincoln sitting in a chair. It’s a great place to visit and learn about the history of the United States.

Lincoln Memorial

Known as a symbol of freedom and opportunity. It’s located on Liberty Island in New York Harbor and was a gift from France in 1886.

Statue of Liberty

Features the faces of four of the most famous presidents in American history. It’s located in South Dakota.

Mount Rushmore

A majestic 277-mile-long canyon with the Colorado River flowing in the center of it. It’s a sight to behold and a must-see.

Grand Canyon

America’s second oldest national park and was established on September 25th, 1890. King’s Canyon was established in 1940.

Sequoia National Park

Devil's Tower stands 1267 feet tall and is located in the northwest corner of the Black Hills. It was declared a monument by Teddy Roosevelt in 1906.

Devil's Tower

Everybody knows that Pearl Harbor was the site of a surprise attack. Visitors can still see oil oozing from the engine rooms of the sunken ships.

Pearl Harbor Memorial

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