U.S. Attractions

Branson Landing. Branson Landing is a modern addition to the downtown area of Branson, a city that has become one of the premier travel destinations of the Midwest.

Crater of Diamonds. Tucked away in the small town of Murfreesboro, Arkansas, is the only diamond dig site that allows you to search for and keep diamonds, in the world.

Crown Center. The Crown Center, located just to the south of Downtown Kansas City, is a vibrant shopping and entertainment area with shops, restaurants and much more.

Crystal Bridges. Crystal Bridges is a modern art museum located in the heart of Bentonville, Arkansas. Its art collection is among the best collections in the United States.

Disney World. Disney World is quite possibly the most famous theme park in the world. It is a place where dreams come true, for children from ages one to one hundred and twenty.

Mount Rushmore. Mount Rushmore is a large monument in South Dakota where the faces of four famous presidents were carved into stone. The idea for the monument was created in 1923 by Doane Robinson, and construction was completed in 1941, shortly before World War 2 began.

The French Quarter. The French Quarter is one of the oldest developed areas in the United States. Many cultures have left their influence here, and it shows in the architecture, dialect and customs.

Gathering Place. Gathering Place is a brand new park located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This modern and nature themed park is a wonderful destination for children to play and imagine.

Golden Gate Bridge. The Golden Gate Bridge is a large suspension bridge located in San Francisco. It is over a mile and a half long and is also one of the most photographed monuments in the world!

Hoover Dam. The Hoover Dam is a large, hydroelectric dam located near Las Vegas, Nevada. Over 100 people died while the massive dam was being built between 1931 and 1936. Today, the dam provides electricity to many areas in the southwest part of the United States.

Niagara Falls. Niagara Falls is one of the most famous and largest waterfalls in the world. A tremendous amount of water passes over these falls as it flows down the Niagara River, which connects Lake Erie to Lake Ontario. This attraction is located about 30 minutes north of Buffalo.

St Louis Arch. The St Louis Arch is a major landmark located in St Louis, Missouri. It is known as the "Gateway to the West", and can be seen from many miles away.

Statue of Liberty. The Statue of Liberty is quite possibly the most iconic symbol in the United States of America. It was completed in 1875, and welcomed many immigrants to the New World as they entered New York Harbor.

Times Square. Times Square is large and very famous area located in the Midtown part of Manhattan in New York. There are shops, restaurants and giant billboards along of the square. It is definitely a must see if you are visiting New York.

The Washington Monument. The Washington Monument is a large obelisk located near the National Mall in the heart of Washington, D.C. It towers 555 Feet tall above the ground. Construction of the monument took place both before and after the Civil War.

Branson Landing. Branson Landing is a modern addition to the downtown area of Branson, a city that has become one of the premier travel destinations of the Midwest.

Crater of Diamonds. Tucked away in the small town of Murfreesboro, Arkansas, is the only diamond dig site that allows you to search for and keep diamonds, in the world.

Crown Center. The Crown Center, located just to the south of Downtown Kansas City, is a vibrant shopping and entertainment area with shops, restaurants and much more.

Crystal Bridges. Crystal Bridges is a modern art museum located in the heart of Bentonville, Arkansas. Its art collection is among the best collections in the United States.

Disney World. Disney World is quite possibly the most famous theme park in the world. It is a place where dreams come true, for children from ages one to one hundred and twenty.

Mount Rushmore. Mount Rushmore is a large monument in South Dakota where the faces of four famous presidents were carved into stone. The idea for the monument was created in 1923 by Doane Robinson, and construction was completed in 1941, shortly before World War 2 began.

The French Quarter. The French Quarter is one of the oldest developed areas in the United States. Many cultures have left their influence here, and it shows in the architecture, dialect and customs.

Gathering Place. Gathering Place is a brand new park located in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This modern and nature themed park is a wonderful destination for children to play and imagine.

Golden Gate Bridge. The Golden Gate Bridge is a large suspension bridge located in San Francisco. It is over a mile and a half long and is also one of the most photographed monuments in the world!

Hoover Dam. The Hoover Dam is a large, hydroelectric dam located near Las Vegas, Nevada. Over 100 people died while the massive dam was being built between 1931 and 1936. Today, the dam provides electricity to many areas in the southwest part of the United States.

Niagara Falls. Niagara Falls is one of the most famous and largest waterfalls in the world. A tremendous amount of water passes over these falls as it flows down the Niagara River, which connects Lake Erie to Lake Ontario. This attraction is located about 30 minutes north of Buffalo.

St Louis Arch. The St Louis Arch is a major landmark located in St Louis, Missouri. It is known as the "Gateway to the West", and can be seen from many miles away.

Statue of Liberty. The Statue of Liberty is quite possibly the most iconic symbol in the United States of America. It was completed in 1875, and welcomed many immigrants to the New World as they entered New York Harbor.

Times Square. Times Square is large and very famous area located in the Midtown part of Manhattan in New York. There are shops, restaurants and giant billboards along of the square. It is definitely a must see if you are visiting New York.

The Washington Monument. The Washington Monument is a large obelisk located near the National Mall in the heart of Washington, D.C. It towers 555 Feet tall above the ground. Construction of the monument took place both before and after the Civil War.