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Audubon Park and Zoo, New Orleans, Louisiana

If you're looking for an afternoon away from the French Quarter, hop on a streetcar to this beautiful Uptown park, where you can stroll for hours through the...more

see the New Orleans guide
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Austin City Limits, Austin, Texas

For more than 30 years, the weekly PBS show Austin City Limits has been a window into the city's incomparable music scene, featuring artists from Willie Nelson...more

see the Austin guide
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Bailey-Matthews Shell Museum, Sanibel Island, Florida

As opposed to the many cheesy shell shacks, this is a serious museum devoted to saltwater, freshwater, and land shells (snails) from all over the world....more

see the Fort Myers + Naples guide
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Balboa Park, San Diego, California

As Central Park is to New York City, Balboa Park is the center of this out-of-doors city: Its 1,200 landscaped acres hosts 85 attractions, including 15 museums,...more

see the San Diego guide
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Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland

Set three miles north of the Inner Harbor in parklike Charles Village, adjacent to Johns Hopkins University, the Baltimore Museum of Art may surprise first-time...more

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Barbary Coast Trail, San Francisco, California

When San Francisco was a bustling port, the colorful neighborhood of brothels, saloons, and lodging houses frequented by sailors was known as the Barbary Coast....more

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Barton Springs Pool, Austin, Texas

This spring-fed public pool, framed by sunbather-friendly green spaces and the canopies of ancient pecan trees, is idyllic on a sunny summer day. The water is...more

see the Austin guide
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Baseball in New York City, New York City, New York

What rite of passage is as loaded with emotion, pride, and nostalgia as a summer day out at the baseball stadium? Both of the city's Major League teams—the...more

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Bay to Breakers, San Francisco, California

Founded in 1912, Bay to Breakers once held the Guinness record for the world's largest footrace, with 110,000 participants. It's no longer the biggest, but...more

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Beaches, Seattle, Washington

In the summer, Seattle's meandering shorelines are full of sunbathers. People come in droves to Alki Beach Park to swim in relatively warm, shallow salt water....more

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