A shining beacon on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., the Thomas Jefferson Memorial stands in a straight line with the White House and honors one of America’s founding fathers.
Spring is arguably the best time of year to explore many of America’s national parks. From March through June, snowmelt feeds rivers and waterfalls, animals wake up from hibernation and a rainbow of wildflowers blooms in meadows.
Encompassing the pristine area of Alaska’s interior, Denali National Park is a place you’ll never forget, and likely something you’ll be talking about for years. With its incredible and diverse range of wildlife, meandering rivers, and massive mountain, the stunning scenery all around will leave you breathless and inspired.
There’s nothing like your first visit to Grand Canyon National Park — and the first time you look over the rim — it’s simply awe-inspiring! The extraordinary combinations of geologic color and erosional forms decorate this canyon, which is 277 river miles long, up to 18 miles wide, and a mile deep.