The Beatles only visited Arkansas once, and even then it was just a layover. But that was enough for Walnut Ridge, Arkansas, to dive into the deep end of Beatlemania and devote the town’s entire identity to Liverpool love.
If you consider yourself a fan of the Fab Four, Walnut Ridge needs to be at the top of your travel wishlist. The tiny town hosts a massive award-winning Beatles-themed festival at their Beatles-themed park next to their Beatles-themed museum, located (where else?) on Abbey Road.
Alaska has a lot to offer. Mountains, glaciers, polar bears, whales, heart-stopping beauty, and… ghost towns.
Just when things looked most promising for the brand-new copper mining town of Kennicott, Alaska, everyone left. What remains is the country’s most picturesque ghost town right on the edge of the country’s largest, most untouched national park.
The sun is shining, it’s almost summer, and your vaccination card is filled.
Now you want to go on vacation, don’t you?
We all know about the big tourist traps and unmissable sights, but what about those lesser-known spots that always seem to be the highlight of the trip? I’m on a mission to find them! Let’s explore some of the country’s most interesting, unusual, underrated, and awe-inspiring locations.
Big, small, or just plain weird, America’s hidden gems are worth digging up.