Can't travel to these five national parks right now? Through a National Park Service partnership with Google, anyone can enjoy nature from their home.
President Obama designated two national monuments on lands in Utah and Nevada, protecting archaeological sites, dinosaur tracks and fragile ecologies.
Want a taste of America? Stop by a state fair! With rides, music, food and fun, state fairs are a long-standing tradition.
Welcome to the capital! Find annual attractions like the Independence Day fireworks show and the Cherry Blossom Festival or tour one of the many museums.
In Kansas, you'll find a homage to an American classic film, a civil rights historical site and an airplane powerhouse.
In Oregon, enjoy water features including the Pacific Ocean, waterfalls, and creeks trickling through public gardens.
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.
Visiting the United States? There are 50 states in all. It's been said that everything is bigger in Texas. Tour the Alamo and enjoy lively festivals.
Be a cowboy (or cowgirl) in Montana! Its vast landscape is filled with parks and wildlife; watch a geyser erupt or enjoy outdoor winter sports.