Statue of Liberty, New York (Photo Credit: Pixabay - Ronile)
Statue of Liberty, New York (Photo Credit: Pixabay - Ronile)
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If you are searching for some iconic sites to celebrate 4th of July then check out these places! Each of these cities and landmarks have adventures that will take you on a spectacular 4th of July excursion!

USS Constitution, Boston, Massachusetts (Photo Credit: Pixabay - 12019)
USS Constitution, Boston, Massachusetts (Photo Credit: Pixabay – 12019)

Boston, Massachusetts

This city encapsulates a lot of history from the Revolutionary War era. In fact there the original 1797 USS Constitution in Boston Harbor. The Old North Church, Paul Revere‚Äôs House, Bunker Hill and the Boston Massacre Site all lie within the Boston area. Boston has even established a Freedom Trail that takes guests on a 2.5 mile walk to see some of the most historic sites in the city.

Washington D.C. (Photo Credit: Pixabay - 12019)
Washington D.C. (Photo Credit: Pixabay – 12019)

Washington D.C.

The United States capital city features dozens of important landmarks that honor centuries of American history. From the White House to the Washington Monument there are a lot of places that can be explored in a patriotic weekend. The several war memorials and Arlington National Cemetery are all located within a short distance of downtown D.C.

Mount Rushmore, South Dakota (Photo Credit: Pixabay - 12019)
Mount Rushmore, South Dakota (Photo Credit: Pixabay – 12019)

Mount Rushmore, South Dakota

Mount Rushmore is located in the Black Hills of South Dakota. It is one of the iconic representations of American presidents and has been an important landmark for decades. Every years hundreds of people make their way out to this carving for the national holiday.

New York City, New York (Photo Credit: Pixabay)
New York City, New York (Photo Credit: Pixabay)

New York City, New York

The Statue of Liberty is just one of the many places you can explore the history of America and its early beginnings. Museums, parks and historic architecture make this city worth visiting. Several Revolutionary War sites are even scattered amongst the city with buildings still standing from the mid-1700s. The Battle of Brooklyn even is commemorated in the present day city.

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Ashley Gary
Greetings, fellow adventurers! I'm Ashley, and I'm delighted to share my journeys and knowledge with you. As a passionate travel writer and devoted adventurer, I'm constantly fueled by the excitement of discovering new destinations and uncharted territories. With a heart full of curiosity and a suitcase packed with dreams, I've wandered through bustling marketplaces, hiked mist-covered mountains, and wandered down cobblestone streets in search of stories waiting to be told. Through my travel chronicles, I hope to not only transport you to the farthest corners of the globe but also inspire you to embrace the thrill of stepping into the unknown. Adventure awaits, and I can't wait to share it with you to help you find your adventure!

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