Some Offbeat American Attractions
America's most popular attractions are popular for a reason – yet right now, most people want to avoid the crowds and find some peace and quiet.
Every year, about three million people visit Mount Rushmore to see the carvings of George Washington, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln.
Instead, visit the Crazy Horse Memorial in South Dakota
Beginning in 1948, the memorial to Crazy Horse, a Lakota warrior notable for leading Native fighters in the Great Sioux War of 1876–77.
Instead, visit the Crazy Horse Memorial in South Dakota.
The beauty of Central Park's 843 acres makes it New York City's "green lung." But despite the drop in tourists, people are still enjoying this.
Visit Fort Tryon instead of Central Park.
Glacier National Park in Montana is one of the most visited US national parks, yet North Cascades in Washington State is blissfully undiscovered.
Instead of Glacier, visit North Cascades.
The Las Vegas strip, with its endless buffets, casinos, and ritzy hotels, is unlike anything else on Earth. The famous buzz of Sin City may not appeal right now.
Substitute the Boardwalk for the Strip
The Art Institute of Chicago is acclaimed for its diverse collection of mediaeval to contemporary art.
Enjoy the Art Institute of Chicago from Vertical Gallery.
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