24 World Heritage Sites in the US for Your Bucket List

World Heritage Sites may sound like something only culture vultures will care to see. But don’t make the mistake of underestimating their beauty as well as their importance.

Whether they’re popular national parks, cultural treasures, or historical preserves, these 24 World Heritage Sites in the U.S. are fully worth your attention.

Outdoor activities like fishing, hiking, cycling, and backcountry camping are also available for nature lovers.

Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming, Montana, Idaho)


The Statue of Liberty is constructed from copper, stands 93 metres tall, and is probably one of the most recognized landmarks in the country.

Statue of Liberty  (New York)


To the thrill of spelunkers and casual tourists alike, Carlsbad Caverns National Park has more than 100 limestone caverns artisanally crafted by nature.

Carlsbad Caverns National Park (New Mexico)


Nestled in the Rio Grande Valley, Taos Pueblo is a collection of ceremonial buildings and adobe dwellings representing the culture of the Pueblo Native Americans.

Taos Pueblo (New Mexico)


Possibly the most famous canyon in North America, this iconic natural site is one of the greatest geological spectacles on our beautiful Earth.

Grand Canyon National Park (Arizona)


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