The 50 highlights of America, state by state (part 6)

29. A theatrical state, Broadway, New York City

Broadway, New York Cityis one of the most famous theatre districts in the world that plays host nightly to star-studded productions of all budgets and genres, from contemporary titles like Hamilton and Groundhog Day, to classics such as Phantom of the Opera and Cats.

30. A respectful state, Martin Luther King Jr Historic Site, Atlanta, Georgia

Martin Luther King Jr Historic Site, dedicated to one of the most influential figures in the history of America, is a moving tribute to the man who was so famous for having a dream, and going so far towards achieving it. This is deservedly the No.1 tourist destination of Atlanta.

31. An artistic state, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City

The Metropolitan Museum of Art (Met) in New York City is one of the great museums of the world, and the largest art museum in the US. There are more than 2 million works in the permanent collection such as a complete Egyptian temple and artifacts from ancient Greece and Rome.

32. A star-studded state, Hollywood, Los Angeles, California

Although Hollywood Boulevard is a little tacky and rundown, there is still an undeniable buzz that you can get from visiting this famous pocket of Los Angeles. There are a lot of sights that make you feel you’re on a film set: the Hollywood sign, the Sunset Strip, the Hollywood Hills, the Capitol Records building.

33. A relaxed state, Big Island, Hawaii

The “Big Island” of Hawaii is really the Hawaii of your dreams, a stunningly beautiful place in which you can find up to eight of the 13 climate zones of the world among its mountains, oceans, and plains. The people here is friendly and the pace is slow.

34. A reverential state, the Masters, Georgia

Some people make spiritual pilgrimages to burial sites, churches, or old buildings. Meanwhile, golf fans make their journey each April to Georgia to witness the Masters – one of the world’s great sporting events.

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