Make the most of your time in the United States – get out and explore!
1. Immerse yourself in cowboy culture
Outfit yourself in Western apparel, visit a steakhouse, and watch a live cattle auction at the historic Stockyards City in Oklahoma.
2. Explore Knife River Indian Villages
Continental explorers Lewis and Clark met famous Native American interpreter Sacagawea at one of these Villages near the Knife River. Take a hike, go fishing, and explore the remains of two Northern Plains villages at this historic site in North Dakota.
3. Visit Badlands National Park
4. Hike the Presidential Trail
Get up close and personal with George, Thomas, Teddy, and Abe at Mount Rushmorenear Keystone, South Dakota. This easy walk includes the best views of the massive monument and a visit to the studio where the lead sculptor worked.
5. Discover Deadwood
Take a look inside the Wild West – outlaws and all – at this former Wild West town in South Dakota. Take a tour, watch a dramatic street performance, or explore a century-old gold mine.
6. Go river tanking
Spend a lazy afternoon floating down river in an old livestock feeding tank. This crazy-sounding activity is popular in Nebraska! Bring a camera and enjoy the calm and beautiful scenery of the prairie.
7. See a NASCAR race
Visit Kansas Speedway and experience the thrill of live stock car racing, one of America’s popular sports.
8. See the view from the top of Gateway Arch
9. See America’s largest mall
Not many shopping centers boast hundreds of shops and restaurants, plus an aquarium, and an indoor amusement park. You’ll find them all in Minnesota’s Mall of America.
10. Visit the “Field of Dreams” baseball diamond
Stay safe and have fun!