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!

Mississippi: Mansions, beaches, blues and ballet

Visiting the U.S.? Mississippi, a hub of agriculture, is also a place where culture and the arts flourish. Bikers and beach lovers will also have fun.
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Vermont: Rolling hills, ice cream and a president’s birthplace

Vermont's mountainous and forested terrain is sprinkled with colorful small towns, natural attractions and museums full of history.
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Innovation rankings: U.S. institutions are on top

Nine of the top 10 innovative institutions are in the U.S., according to the Nature Index, which assesses research quality and influence on inventions.
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Ohio: Rock ’n’ roll, twins and roller coasters

Visiting the United States? There are 50 states to see. Ohio is the birthplace of presidents, aviation and rock and roll.
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Fire on the mountain?

Despite what your eyes are telling you, it's not molten lava flowing from Yosemite National Park's Horsetail Fall in February.

Delaware: Shopping, shorelines and speed racing

Take a tour through Delaware and you'll find gorgeous gardens, beautiful beaches and tons of (tax-free) shopping!

Michigan: Motown music, sunken ships and sand dunes

Are you interested in visiting the U.S.? Try Michigan! With beautiful waterways and a vibrant cultural scene, it's a great state for art and activity!
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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.