Cross Country: 5 American Destinations to Add to The Bucket List

The United States has numerous places to visit across the entire country. Sometimes the best places to visit are close to home. One of the best ways to experience America is by a road trip. A dependable vehicle, simple tires, proper brakes, and other necessities can make the trip quite pleasurable. Here are five American destinations that should be visited and added to a bucket list to visit whenever you get the chance.

Gulf Shores, Alabama

Gulf Shores

Each year, thousands of people go to Gulf Shores, Alabama, to soak up the fun and cool down in the Gulf of Mexico. It is the perfect place for fun at the beach. Clubs and restaurants are popular sites in the evening, and children are sure to enjoy the Alabama Gulf Coast Zoo and Pirate’s Island Adventure Golf. Go at a time when you will have plenty of shade at the beach.

Cleveland, Ohio

Cleveland, Ohio

People who are looking for an often overlooked American city need to visit Cleveland, Ohio. Rock music enthusiasts are sure to enjoy the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. Movie buffs will enjoy a stop at the house featured in the movie A Christmas Story. Finally, be sure to visit the indoor and historic West Side Market and stock up on delicious food for the road trip. Baseball enthusiasts can also find a lot of exciting things to do and see at the stadium here.

Bloomington, Minnesota

Mall of America, Bloomington, Minnesota

When visiting the suburb of Minneapolis, but sure to visit the Mall of America, which features hundreds of stores that people of all ages will enjoy, as well as rides and a movie theater. Whether the weather is hot or cold, stop by the indoor Water Park of America, which features a 10 story water slide, tube slides, a lazy river, and much more.

Williston, North Dakota

Fort Buford, North Dakota

Experience a fascinating American history in Williston, North Dakota. History buffs will love visiting the Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence Interpretive Center. Watch history come alive with enactments from experienced historians and performers. Less than five minutes away, stop by innocent-looking Fort Buford and stand in the place where Chief Sitting Bull surrendered to the US Army.

Seattle, Washington

Pike Place market in Seattle

Seattle has much to offer visitors and tourists in terms of culture. Visit the well-known Space Needle. Next to the Space Needle is the EMP Museum, which features a variety of local culture and music from artists like Nirvana. Finish the experience by going to Pike’s Place an often highlighted and huge market.

These wonderful cities each are unique, but offer wonderful variety for people. A road trip can create memories that last a lifetime. Visiting these cities will certainly enhance the road trip experience.

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