South Carolina: Beaches, barbecue, golf and historic houses

Visiting the United States? There are 50 states in all. South Carolina attracts lots of visitors with its history, food, beaches and marsh-like sea islands.
Colorful waterside cliff (Justforasecond/Creative Commons)

Hawaii: Pearl Harbor, the perfect wave and volcanoes

The island of Hawaii is famous for its pristine landscapes, making it the perfect destination for those who want to take in its beauty and local culture.

Nevada: Neon lights, nature, cowboy poetry and casinos

Nevada is well-known for Las Vegas, but did you know it's also home to a flourishing cowboy culture and parks filled with gorgeous stone formations?

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?
Cityscape at night, with a river running through the middle of downtown buildings (© Tetra Images/Alamy Stock Photo)

Wisconsin: Architecture, air shows and folk art

Wisconsin, a Midwestern state in the Great Lakes region, has a diverse landscape of forests, farms and lakefront beaches, with lots of outdoor recreation.

Nebraska: Migratory birds, ancient fossils and Carhenge

In the midwestern state of Nebraska, you can find man-made and natural wonders, from Omaha's zoo and Carhenge to the annual crane migration.

Minnesota: Urban amenities, water sports and wolves

Minnesota has it all: the indoor oasis of theaters, books and shopping and the outdoor wilderness of water sports and wildlife.
Man scanning his passport using a kiosk (U.S. Customs and Border Protection)

Welcome to the U.S. Now wait just a minute.

Thinking about traveling to the U.S.? You used to have to worry about long customs lines at the airport. Now, kiosks help you reach your destination faster.

New Jersey: Sand, sounds, sculptures and sweets

Take a tour of the U.S.! In New Jersey you can find beaches, history, art, sweet treats and more!