20 Places to See in the U.S. Before You Die: Travel Guide

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Yes, there’s a whole world out there to explore, but think of all the amazing places in our own country you’ve never visited. These are the iconic images ingrained in every American’s mind, the places, signs, and monuments that represent the best of what America is all about. They’re the beacons of democracy in D.C. and Philadelphia, the emblems of excess in New York City and Vegas, the wonders of nature in our many stunning national parks. They make up the cultural fabric of the country, and these classic destinations all deserve a spot on your list of places to see in your lifetime.

1) Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom (Orlando, Florida)

If anything encompasses the ethos of Disney World's Magic Kingdom, it's the “It's a Small World” ride. That same tune represents a certain kind of American dream: one of a land comprising many cultures, welcoming to all. The Magic Kingdom certainly welcomes everyone into its dreamworld, where Mickey Mouse and Cinderella roam and whirling rides thrill. The whole scope of the American imagination is represented, from the futuristic Tomorrowland to the classic Fantasyland. It's a pixie-dusted retreat from reality that can't be missed, no matter your age.

Insider Tip: Avoid standing in long lines by purchasing a FastPass+, which allows you to secure arrival times for rides and attractions in advance.

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