Tourist Attractions From Chicago to the East Coast
Whether you are passionate about baseball, art, or even dinosaurs, there is plenty to see and do in Chicago!
Step out on to the Sky-Deck Chicago’s The Ledge, 1350 feet above the ground, for a unique view of the city, before heading off to immerse yourself in Impressionist Masterpieces at the Art Institute of Chicago.
Take the kids to the award winning Millennium Park, the Shedd Aquarium, the Adler Planetarium, or even send them on a journey into the Ice Age at the Field Museum of Natural History where the world’s largest T Rex lives.
When you are done, jump on a trolley bus for a relaxing city tour to take in all the sights and landmarks, including the famous Buckingham Fountain and Sears Tower.
Detroit, Michigan, home of the inimitable Henry Ford and birthplace of the automotive industry. Visit The Henry Ford and find out more about Detroit’s past and its heyday.
Explore the Henry Ford Estate and see the marvelous mansions with their stunning grounds and interiors.
Museums are Detroit’s specialty, so don’t miss the Cranbrook Art Museum and Detroit Institute of Arts, or the Holocaust Memorial Center and Charles H. Wright Museum.
Check out the IMAX Theater for a mix of technology, documentary, and spectacle. And if you need a break from culture, go searching for Lady Luck inside Detroit’s numerous casinos.
Boston, Massachusetts, is one of America’s oldest, most beautiful cities. It is steeped in history and is the cultural hub of New England.
You can experience contemporary Picassos and Rembrandts at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, or Ancient Egypt at the Museum of Fine Art.
Follow a great tradition and take a swan boat for a sail around the Public Garden Lagoon. For a dose of history, explore Colonial Revolutionary Boston on The Freedom Trail, taking in 16 historical sites and covering two and a half centuries.
Or climb Bunker Hill Monument for a fabulous view of the entire city.
New York – the city that never sleeps! Come along to the Big Apple and step on to a frenetic roller coaster of sights, sounds, and style: from the lights on Broadway and glamor of 5th Avenue, to the dizzying heights of the Empire State Building and fun of the Wonder Wheel on Coney Island. Visit the Guggenheim and Museum of Modern Art for a spot of culture, before heading into Chinatown for lunch.
Walk the Brooklyn Bridge, take a boat trip out to Ellis Island to see the Statue of Liberty, or catch a fly ball at the Yankee Stadium before trying some traditional New York bagels and chili dogs. However you spend your time in New York, it will certainly not involve much sleep!