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Top Things To Do in the United States of America
Discover interesting things to see and do in each State.
          
See Also: Top 50 US Festivals, Top 50 US Museums & Galleries, Top 50 US Natural Wonders, Top 50 US Man Made Wonders
 
4 people have been there and 3 people want to go.
Alabama is home to the world's largest cast-iron statue, the Vulcan, standing at a height of 56 feet and weighing 101,200 pounds.
5 people have been there and 4 people want to go.
Alaska has more coastline than the rest of the United States combined, stretching over 6,600 miles and offering stunning views.
12 people have been there and 4 people want to go.
Arizona is the only state in the U.S. that does not observe Daylight Saving Time, making it a great place to avoid clock changes.
6 people have been there and 2 people want to go.
Arkansas is known as the "Natural State" due to its diverse landscapes, including the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains, hot springs, and the Mississippi River.
California 281 Things To Do
18 people have been there and 6 people want to go.
California has the largest tree in the world, named General Sherman, which stands at a towering height of 275 feet.
11 people have been there and 1 people want to go.
Colorado has the highest average elevation of any state, with over 75% of its land above 10,000 feet.
Connecticut 62 Things To Do
3 people have been there and 3 people want to go.
Connecticut is the birthplace of the hamburger, with Louis' Lunch in New Haven being the first restaurant to serve it in 1900.
3 people have been there and 1 people want to go.
Delaware is the only state without any national parks, but it compensates with beautiful beaches, charming small towns, and tax-free shopping.
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18 people have been there and 2 people want to go.
Florida is the only place in the world where alligators and crocodiles coexist in the wild, making it a unique wildlife destination.
7 people have been there and 1 people want to go.
Georgia is the birthplace of Coca-Cola, and visitors can explore the World of Coca-Cola museum in Atlanta to learn about its history.
5 people have been there and 2 people want to go.
Hawaii is the only state in the United States that grows coffee, thanks to its unique climate and volcanic soil.
1 people have been there and 0 people want to go.
Idaho is known as the "Gem State" because nearly every known gemstone has been found there, including star garnets, which are only found in Idaho and India.
10 people have been there and 1 people want to go.
Illinois is the birthplace of the ice cream sundae, and the first one was served in Evanston in 1893.
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3 people have been there and 1 people want to go.
Indiana is famous for having the most covered bridges in the United States, with over 90 still standing today.
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2 people have been there and 1 people want to go.
Iowa is known for its famous state fair, where you can find bizarre food creations like deep-fried butter on a stick.
2 people have been there and 1 people want to go.
Kansas is known as the "Sunflower State" because it produces more sunflowers than any other state in the U.S.
9 people have been there and 1 people want to go.
Kentucky is famous for its bourbon production, with over 95% of the world's bourbon being produced in the state.
Louisiana 84 Things To Do
9 people have been there and 5 people want to go.
Louisiana is known as the "Bayou State" due to its vast wetlands and is famous for its vibrant music, delicious cuisine, and lively Mardi Gras celebrations.
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3 people have been there and 2 people want to go.
Maine is known for its delicious lobster, with over 90% of the country's lobster supply coming from its waters.
4 people have been there and 1 people want to go.
Maryland is known as the "Free State" because it was one of the first states to abolish slavery in 1864.
Massachusetts 115 Things To Do
5 people have been there and 1 people want to go.
Massachusetts is the birthplace of basketball, invented in 1891 by Dr. James Naismith in Springfield.
4 people have been there and 0 people want to go.
Michigan is known as the "Great Lakes State" because it is surrounded by four of the five Great Lakes: Superior, Michigan, Huron, and Erie.
Minnesota 55 Things To Do
3 people have been there and 1 people want to go.
Minnesota is the "Land of 10,000 Lakes," but it actually has over 11,000, making it the state with the most lakes in the United States.
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Mississippi 40 Things To Do
2 people have been there and 1 people want to go.
Mississippi is the birthplace of Elvis Presley, the King of Rock and Roll, and boasts the world's largest collection of his personal belongings.
6 people have been there and 1 people want to go.
Missouri is known as the "Cave State" due to its abundance of more than 6,000 caves, including the popular tourist attraction, Meramec Caverns.
2 people have been there and 2 people want to go.
Montana has the largest population of grizzly bears in the lower 48 states, making it a prime destination for wildlife enthusiasts.
4 people have been there and 2 people want to go.
Nebraska is known as the "Cornhusker State" and has more miles of river than any other state.
11 people have been there and 3 people want to go.
Nevada is famous for its extraterrestrial highway, where you can find the quirky town of Rachel and the mysterious Area 51.
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New Hampshire 46 Things To Do
1 people have been there and 2 people want to go.
New Hampshire's state motto is "Live Free or Die," reflecting its independent spirit and commitment to personal freedom.
New Jersey 65 Things To Do
6 people have been there and 1 people want to go.
New Jersey is known as the "Diner Capital of the World," with the most diners per capita than any other state.
New Mexico 69 Things To Do
6 people have been there and 1 people want to go.
New Mexico is famous for its hot air balloon festivals, attracting thousands of colorful balloons and creating a breathtaking sight in the sky.
22 people have been there and 14 people want to go.
New York State has the longest hiking trail in the United States, the 1,000-mile long Finger Lakes Trail, perfect for nature lovers.
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North Carolina 93 Things To Do
7 people have been there and 4 people want to go.
Don't miss the breathtaking views of the Blue Ridge Parkway, where you can witness the stunning fall foliage and experience the charm of North Carolina's mountains.
North Dakota 33 Things To Do
0 people have been there and 2 people want to go.
North Dakota is home to the world's largest buffalo monument, standing at 26 feet tall and weighing 60 tons.
7 people have been there and 1 people want to go.
Ohio is home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, honoring legends like Elvis Presley and The Beatles.
5 people have been there and 1 people want to go.
Oklahoma is home to the world's largest concrete totem pole, standing at 90 feet tall in Foyil, attracting visitors from all over.
3 people have been there and 0 people want to go.
Oregon is home to the deepest lake in the United States, Crater Lake, which formed 7,700 years ago after the collapse of a volcano.
Pennsylvania 97 Things To Do
8 people have been there and 2 people want to go.
Pennsylvania is home to the oldest zoo in the United States, the Philadelphia Zoo, which opened its doors in 1874.
Rhode Island 40 Things To Do
1 people have been there and 3 people want to go.
Rhode Island is the smallest state in the US, but it has the longest official name: "State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations."
South Carolina 42 Things To Do
8 people have been there and 2 people want to go.
South Carolina is home to the oldest landscaped gardens in America, the Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, dating back to 1676.
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South Dakota 34 Things To Do
5 people have been there and 1 people want to go.
South Dakota is home to the iconic Mount Rushmore, featuring the faces of four U.S. presidents carved into the granite mountainside.
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Tennessee 86 Things To Do
9 people have been there and 2 people want to go.
Tennessee is home to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the most visited national park in the United States.
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9 people have been there and 0 people want to go.
Texas is home to the world's largest rodeo, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, attracting over 2 million visitors annually.
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3 people have been there and 1 people want to go.
Utah is home to five national parks, known as the "Mighty 5," showcasing stunning landscapes, including Zion's towering red cliffs and Arches' natural sandstone arches.
1 people have been there and 2 people want to go.
Vermont is the leading producer of marble in the United States, with famous quarries that provided marble for the Lincoln Memorial and the U.S. Capitol.
7 people have been there and 1 people want to go.
Virginia is home to the longest continuous natural cave system in the United States, Luray Caverns, with stunning underground formations and a Great Stalacpipe Organ.
Washington 99 Things To Do
8 people have been there and 2 people want to go.
Washington is home to the world's largest building by volume, the Boeing Everett Factory, where Boeing aircraft are assembled.
Washington, D.C. 78 Things To Do
13 people have been there and 2 people want to go.
The Washington Monument is the tallest stone structure in the world and is made up of over 36,000 individual blocks of marble and granite.
West Virginia 35 Things To Do
2 people have been there and 2 people want to go.
West Virginia is home to the New River Gorge Bridge, one of the longest single-span steel arch bridges in the world, offering breathtaking views.
Wisconsin 64 Things To Do
5 people have been there and 2 people want to go.
Wisconsin is known as America's Dairyland because it produces more cheese than any other state in the country.
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5 people have been there and 0 people want to go.
Wyoming is home to the first national park in the United States, Yellowstone National Park, famous for its geothermal wonders like Old Faithful and the Grand Prismatic Spring.