Florida: Disney, Harry Potter and manatees

Florida's year-round warm climate makes it a popular destination. It is a perfect place for parks: Explore the Everglades or enjoy a theme park.
Road signs on a highway (© Alamy)

Travel the world without ever leaving this U.S. state

Where can you find China, Egypt, Poland, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Mexico, Peru and Lebanon all in one state?
People sitting on tour boat looking at city skyline (John Lindsey/Illinois Office of Tourism)

Illinois: Chicago skyscrapers, music and Superman

Have you ever wanted to see Superman? Or watch a city bustle beneath your feet? Take a tour in Illinois and discover Chicago's sites and much more!

50 states in 6 years: Obama reaches travel milestone

President Obama became only the fourth president to visit all 50 states while in office. If you could travel like that, what would you most want to see?
Scenic view of Mount McKinley with a tour bus on road in the foreground (Design Pics Inc./Alamy)

Want to see America? Travel firms have packages for every budget.

Tourism is big business in the United States, and the 77 million visitors from other countries in 2016 are a major reason why.

Alaska: Auroras, glaciers and bears

The northernmost of all the states, Alaska has mountainous terrain and low temperatures that are ideal for spotting wildlife, and for winter sports.
Map of United States with illustrations of tourist attractions (Shutterstock)

Where are the most famous U.S. national parks? [quiz]

How well do you know some of America's famed national parks? Take this quiz and find out. You can share your results with others.

Rhode Island: Sailing, mansions and good eats

Visiting the United States? There are 50 states to see. Rhode Island has quaint towns with lots to do that are close to New York and Boston. Come and enjoy!

Pennsylvania: History, Amish traditions, cultural hubs and a candy lover’s paradise

Take a tour of the U.S.! Pennsylvania is home to historical re-enactments, delicious food, art museums and more!