Landmarks in the USA

Find the most popular landmarks in the USA from all top destinations. There's around 1,000 landmarks in various cities of United States. The major states in the USA with top landmarks are New York, District of Columbia, California, Missouri and Arizona. And the major cities are New York, Washington, Philadelphia, St. Louis and Newport.

As a country with 50 states and a total land mass that makes it to the top four in the entire world, one cannot help but admire the diversity of the United States. Even its renowned landmarks offer variety and will provide educational and entertainment value for everyone, regardless of age.

One of the most famous landmarks in the country is the Statue of Liberty in Liberty Island in New York City, which receives about 3.2 million visitors each year. Yellowstone National Park is also another iconic landmark found in Wyoming, which gets around 3.3 million annual visitors. Each state in the country also has a famous landmark which represents their identity: Golden Gate Bridge in California, Liberty Bell in Pennsylvania, Plymouth Rock in Massachusetts, the Kentucky Derby in Kentucky, Gateway Arch in Missouri, The Alamo in Texas, Las Vegas Strip in Nevada, Mount Rushmore in South Dakota, Space Needle in Washington, USS Arizona Memorial in Hawaii and many more.

USA States with Landmarks

The landmarks of United States are listed in the following 51 states. Click on a state bellow to find landmarks of that specific state.

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