Top 9 Calmest Tourist Attractions In The Usa

1. National Mall | Washington DC

Immaculately maintained by the National Park Service, the National Mall and Memorial Parks feature more than 1,000 acres of must-see monuments, sites and green space. While the Washington Monument towers above all else—quite literally

2. Niagara Falls | New York State

Horseshoe Falls, American Falls, and Bridalveil Falls are on the border between New York and Canada. Together, they have the fastest flow rate of any waterfall in the world. Their amazing power is nothing short of amazing.

3. The French Quarter | New Orleans, LA

The most charming thing about New Orleans is still its oldest spot. Enjoy music, a lively scene, and lots of food as you walk down Bourbon Street. As you ride a train from one place to another, pay close attention to the beautiful buildings.

4. Statue of Liberty | New York City, NY

The Statue of Liberty may have been born in France, but she has become a symbol of America and the ideals that the country holds dear. Yes, you can get a good look at the 151-foot-tall metal statue from the free Staten Island Ferry.

5. Old Faithful | Yellowstone Park, WY

Old Faithful is a cone geyser in Yellowstone National Park. It's not as reliable as it used to be (for example, it won't fire exactly every 74 minutes), but it's still very interesting to learn about its history.

6. The Strip | Las Vegas, NV

The Strip's bright lights, larger-than-life acts, and casinos are ingrained in our minds from what seems like an endless stream of movies. There are a lot of places to go, whether you want to play poker or see a diva.

7. Smithsonian Museums | Washington, D.C.

The Smithsonian Institution is the biggest museum, school, and study center in the world. The National Air and Space Museum, the National Museum of Natural History, and the National Museum of American History are all in the heart of the nation's capital.

8. The Grand Canyon | Arizona

In other words, the Colorado River pretty much set its course through the Arizona desert about five to six million years ago. As the weight of the glaciers decreased, the land slowly rose in response to the running off of meltwater and debris caused by the glaciers.

9. J. Paul Getty Museum | Los Angeles, CA

People come to California from all over the country and the world to see the Getty. The $1 billion building was built by the famous architect Richard Meier. It has marble and white metal towers that show off its modern frame.