On New York Harbor stands one of America's most recognisable symbols: Lady Liberty. In 1886, France presented it to the United States as a symbol of liberty.
The Grand Canyon is a magnificent geological formation in Arizona, sculpted by the Colorado River over many, many years.
The Golden Gate Bridge connects San Francisco and Marin County across the Golden Gate Strait and is one of the world's most recognisable landmarks.
The faces of four American presidents—George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln—are carved into the side of a mountain at Mount Rushmore in South Dakota.
The Empire State Building is a 102-story New York City skyscraper that was built in 1931.
The Niagara Falls are a set of three waterfalls straddling the international boundary between Ontario, Canada, and New York, United States. Tourists flock to this location because of its fame.
The Hollywood Sign in Los Angeles has appeared in many movies and TV shows.
A infamous federal prison in San Francisco Bay housed some of America's most dangerous offenders. Tourists flock there.