Blockbuster movies can instantly create a lasting image of what a state may look like, even in the cases where it didn’t film on location, or the quaint and charming town was totally fictional. It's called movie magic. To find the most popular movie in each state we took data (yes, numbers!) from Box Office Mojo’s lifetime and current movie grossing lists, along with IMDB rankings, Rotten Tomatoes, and in a few cases, we had to make some tough judgement calls.
You don't want to miss these American treasures. National Parks to amusement parks (abiding by social distancing and wearing a mask of course), local eats to historical sites, we want to see it all. You don't need to leave the country to experience natural wonders like Craters of the Moon National Monument & Preserve, filled with lava fields, or staples of history like the house where Elvis Presley was born.
Whether you're celebrating a promotion or just feel like balling out by dropping a month’s rent on a burger, there are plenty of places across the country where you can do just that. For those who think New York is just 99-cent slice shops, a trip to Industry Kitchen will certainly change their mindset. A 48-hour heads-up will get the kitchen started on preparing a pizza topped with stilton cheese, foie gras, Ossetra caviar, shaved truffles, and 24-karat gold.
From African safaris to must-visit cities, these bucket-list trips will make you want to plan your next great adventure.
Learning to surf — and accept imperfection — at The Surfrider Malibu.
At first glance, seeing photos of these unreal destinations makes you wonder where in the world you can visit them IRL. Think again, because all of these destinations are right here in America. From ice caves in Alaska to curvy, colorful lines in the sands in Arizona, each of these places are truly an adventure of their own.