Monticello, an expansive red-brick home with white Greek columns and a dome overlooking a sprawling Virginia plantation.
Located on the western end of Washington, D.C.'s National Mall, the Lincoln Memorial is one of the most incredible landmarks in America.
From 1892 through 1924, more than 12 million immigrants arrived at Ellis Island, looking to begin a new life in the United States.
Explore the birth of a nation at Independence Hall, where the Founders signed both the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution.
If you’re looking for a true time warp to experience what life was like in the 1600s, visit Massachusetts’ Plimoth Plantation.
The World Trade Center Memorial stands where the towers once lived, commemorating all who lost their lives that day.
The Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, located in the vicinity of the mouth of the Columbia River.
Another famous site in America is Fort Sumter. Located near Charleston, South Carolina.
The Henry Ford Museum is home to historical items and memorabilia honoring America’s technological advances.