Finger Lakes Wine Country

The area of New York State is known for its quaint and idyllic small towns that offer a wide variety of tourist attractions, including wineries. 

Watkins Glen State Park

Carved by glaciers that moved through the area nearly 10,000 years ago, this park in Watkins Glen, New York, is known for its famous gorge. 

Watkins Glen State Park

Groundhog Day

Crowds gather in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, every Feb. 2 for a charming tradition that stretches back to 1886. 

 

Groundhog Day

The Elephant Discovery Center

This destination in Hohenwald, Tennessee, provides an engaging, hands-on learning experience for kids and grownups.

The Elephant Discovery Center

21c Museum Hotel

This hotel in Chicago, Illinois, features more than 10,000 square feet of gallery space, including a 400-person capacity main gallery, that is free and open to the public. 

21c Museum Hotel

Casa Nueva

Visit this Athens, Ohio, spot for Mexican-inspired cuisine with an ingredient list that draws from farmers and purveyors throughout the region.

Casa Nueva

Frick Park

This Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, favorite holds the distinction of being the city’s largest historic regional park

Frick Park

Discovery Park of America

This attraction in Union City, Tennessee, is part science center, part natural history museum and part regional culture and art showplace

Discovery Park of America

The Original Kazoo Co.

After more than a century, this Eden, New York, company’s small original kazoos are still made here using the same 18-step process. 

The Original Kazoo Co.

Tamarack Marketplace

This building, located just off the highway in Beckley, West Virginia, showcases works from artisans representing all 55 counties in the state. 

Tamarack Marketplace

Bluegrass Hall of Fame and Museum

This Owensboro, Kentucky, institution is the only one dedicated to the history and preservation of the musical genre rooted in the driving sounds of banjo, guitar, mandolin, fiddle and bass.

Bluegrass Hall of Fame and Museum
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