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.
City at night with large arch on riverfront (Courtesy of Missouri Division of Tourism)

Missouri: Gateway Arch, ragtime music and Clydesdale horses

Visiting the U.S.? There are 50 states to see in all. Missouri is known as the "Gateway to the West.” Check out the music, and maybe even the horses.

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.
Nature scene of Jekyll Island (Wikimedia Commons)

Georgia: All things Southern, CNN and movie sets

Where can you find a major news network, celebrated film stars and famous Southern hospitality? Around the historical sites and landscape of Georgia.

Destination USA: 75 million international guests visited in 2014

Did you visit the United States in 2014? If so, you helped set a new record as one of 75 million tourists who traveled to the U.S. last year.
Seattle's skyline (Shutterstock)

Washington: Mountains, museums and high-tech innovation

Visiting the United States? There are 50 states in all. Washington is in the Pacific Northwest and is known as the “Evergreen State,” with its lush forests.
Rodeo rider busting bronco (Courtesy of Cheyenne Frontier Days)

Wyoming: Mountains, rivers, rodeos and dinosaurs

Visiting the United States? There are 50 states in all. The old, rugged American West is alive and well in Wyoming.
Cars racing at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Courtesy of Indianapolis Motor Speedway)

Indiana: Car racing, sports and farms

Visiting the United States? There are 50 states in all. Indiana is a Midwestern state known for farms, sports and car racing.
Adobe church seen at dusk (Shutterstock)

New Mexico: Shifting sands, the world’s largest powwow and UFOs

Desert landscapes dotted with rock formations aren't all that's in New Mexico; take a look at Native American culture or tour the UFO museum.