Even if you’re not a history or hiking buff, the sheer scale and value of these World Heritage Sites in the US will make you swoon with the Instagram potential.
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.
This iconic statue was a gift to the U.S. from France as a symbol of the ongoing friendship between the two countries.
The cavern is quite deep, but for those who don’t enjoy hiking down into the depths, there is an elevator to take you straight to these natural wonders.
Visitors come to explore the culture, people, and history, but guided tours are recommended as this is a living community and some of the residences are private.
It took six million years of natural erosion and geological activity for it to look as we know its fascinating 276.5 miles of parkland today.