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Colorado Springs has emerged from its historic mountain town roots into a thriving art community. The city has elevated itself to a desirable cultural destination offering visitors their choice of fine arts, performing arts and unique cultural experiences with a Rocky Mountain backdrop to boot. Among other cultural offerings, the town provides visitors the opportunity to enjoy manmade and natural art simultaneously. Art on the Streets is a self-guided tour through the city and is open year-long. Visitors can appreciate over 50 pieces of art, which has been scattered throughout downtown, without ever losing sight of those Rockies in the distance. VisitCoS.com
In Boston you’ll find history at your fingertips. Or more accurately, you’ll find
it at your feet when you explore one of the city’s walking trails such as The Freedom Trail; a 2.5-mile red-brick trail that winds through the birthplace of the Revolution. Experience the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum and learn about
the 1,000 days that shaped a nation. Discover dining options as diverse as Boston’s nine downtown neighborhoods. Indulge in locally caught seafood or tour Samuel Adams Boston Brewery. The Shop America tour “Shop, Explore, Taste and Play at Faneuil Hall Marketplace” package gives you the opportunity to explore Boston’s top visited attraction, a shopping/dining/entertainment destination that offers the traveler a chance to experience part of America's rich history.
Just over the bridge from Hilton Head, Old Town Bluffton rewards visitors with an eclectic mix of galleries, shops and dining that conveniently fits into one-square mile National Register Historic District that is rich with Southern charm. Much of that charm comes from the town’s renovation of historic and vintage buildings into present day attractions. The Cottage Café, Bakery & Tea Room, which resides in a structure built in 1868 and The Filling Station gallery, which resides in a former gas station are just two examples why Old Town Bluffton is worth exploring. HiltonHeadIsland.org
Bloomington is active and alive…even in the heart of a Minnesota winter. You
won’t notice the cold while strolling through the 520 stores in the Mall of America or experiencing one of the many exciting events the “MOA” hosts throughout the year. The city blooms each spring and summer with popular outdoor destinations such as
the Minnesota Valley National Valley Wildlife Refuge and Richardson Nature Center. The entire family will enjoy the Hyland Play Area as it offers visitors of all ages and abilities the opportunity to climb, swing, hang and slide through nature. With
something for everyone, every month of the year, Bloomington seems to have it all.
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