The most visited World Wonders in the U.S.A. range from architectural marvels like the Empire State Building to natural wonders like the Grand Canyon. The popular travel app Visited has ranked the top Wonders of the World based on over 1.75 million users. You can browse and bookmark bucket list destinations, see your travel stats, set travel goals, and get a customized map of your travels using the Visited app.
The most visited World Wonders according to Visited are:
- The Empire State Building is the most popular World Wonder in the U.S. The iconic skyscraper in New York City includes 102 stories and elegant Art Deco architecture.
- Golden Gate Bridge is the second most visited destination. The famous San Francisco suspension bridge spans the Golden Gate, a strait connecting San Francisco Bay with the Pacific Ocean.
- The Grand Canyon in Arizona offers rugged natural beauty. The steep canyon includes stunning views along the popular paths of the South Rim and more remote, tranquil trails along the North Rim.
- Hoover Dam is the fourth most visited World Wonder in the U.S. The expansive concrete dam is as high as a 60-story building and straddles the border between Nevada and Arizona.
- Yosemite National Park includes 747,956 acres of scenic wilderness in California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains. The park has giant ancient sequoia trees, waterfalls, and towering granite cliffs.
- Everglades National Park includes the largest tropical wilderness in the U.S. with a wide range of species, including West Indian manatees, Florida panthers, American crocodiles, American alligators, wood storks, and snail kites.
- Death Valley is famous for its extreme heat. The Eastern California desert is part of the Mojave Desert. Death Valley National Park is the lowest, hottest, and driest national park.
- Redwood National Park in California has the world’s tallest trees – the stately redwoods. The northern California parks also have prairies, rivers, and 40 miles (64 km) of coastline.
- Old Faithful is a famous geyser in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. The geyser erupts more frequently than other big geysers, with about 20 eruptions a day for spectacular shows.
- Mount Rushmore is a gigantic sculpture of four U.S. presidents carved into the cliffs in Keystone, South Dakota. The massive artwork is a symbol of freedom and democracy.
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