The Most Iconic Landmark in Every State

Whether you are looking to explore history, culture, music, sports, nature, or art, our large country has landmarks as diverse as America's 50 States. 

Considered to be the most recognized state symbol, this park honors residents who played a role in armed conflicts on behalf of the United States. 

1. Alabama’s USS Alabama Battleship Memorial Park

2. Alaska’s Glacier Bay National Park

Glacier Bay National Park is the stunning, untouched wilderness of quintessential Alaska. 

3. Arizona’s Grand Canyon

It displays Arizona's iconic geography of deep canyons, rock formations, and the mighty Colorado River who carved this 18-mile wide canyon.

4. Arkansas’s Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art celebrates the state's natural beauty, the culture of its indigenous people, and art from five centuries of Americans.

5. California’s Golden Gate Bridge

This infamous red bridge outside of San Francisco symbolizes the innovative spirit of this city, region, and state. For over 30 years, this engineering marvel was the longest suspension bridge in the world.

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