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Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Founded in 1812, the Academy of Natural Sciences focuses on environmental research and the discovery of ecosystems. Kids will love the live...more

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Acadia National Park, Maine

In the 1800s, "rusticators" like Thomas Cole, Frederic Church, and other Hudson River School painters fled to Maine's Mount Desert Island, dotted with 26...more

see the Maine guide
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Adrienne Arsht Center, Miami, Florida

Cesar Pelli's monolithic new arts hub for Miami finally opened in October 2006. It may be one of the ugliest buildings the architect (best known for the...more

see the Miami guide
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Adventure Ridge, Vail, Colorado

If riding a bike over the snow and through the trees—at night, with only a headlamp illuminating the path ahead—is your kind of thing, then head...more

see the Vail + Beaver Creek guide
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Ahmanson Theatre & Mark Taper Forum, Los Angeles, California

The 2,000-seat Ahmanson Theatre and 750-seat Mark Taper Forum are two of L.A.'s most important performing venues. Both are affiliated with the Center Theatre...more

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Akaka Falls, Honomu, Big Island, Hawaii

Akaka Falls, 420 feet high, is one of several spectacular waterfalls along the Hamakua coast of the island. It's the easiest one to get to, and the trip there...more

see the Big Island guide
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Alaska Railroad

In July 1923, as one of his last acts as president, Warren G. Harding drove the golden spike to commemorate the Alaska Railroad's completion. Nearly a hundred...more

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Alcatraz, San Francisco, California

Surrounded by icy water and treacherous currents, Alcatraz was an ideal site for a high-security prison, and unsurprisingly, nearly all of those who tried to...more

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American Folk Art Museum, New York City, New York

Like the Guggenheim, this Midtown museum, which opened in 2001, is as notable for its building as for its collections. The exterior is a patchwork of bronze...more

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American Museum of Natural History, New York City, New York

No child—or adult for that matter—who has strolled under the enormous blue whale has ever forgotten this cavernous museum on the Upper West Side....more

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