This 65-acre garden, designed by prominent Mobile, Alabama, architect George B. Rogers, is full of brightly colored blooms and edible crops.
Although Creek Street was once what is politely referred to as a red light district, it currently serves as a scenic boardwalk with quaint tourist spots.
The rock formations in Arizona's Antelope Canyon look absolutely surreal. Operated by the Navajo Parks and Recreation Department, the canyon was formed by fast-flowing flash flood waters.
Designed by Fayetteville, Arkansas, architects E. Fay Jones and Maurice Jennings, the Mildred B. Cooper Memorial Chapel sits on a quiet hilltop overlooking Bella Vista's Lake Norwood.
The biggest sequoia in the world, a tree fondly known as General Sherman, can be found in the state's Sequoia National Park. Believe it or not, General Sherman is 275 feet tall, 102 feet wide, and weighs 2.7 million pounds.
The 5,000 archaeological sites and 600 cliff dwellings that make up Mesa Verde give us a closer look at the Ancestral Pueblo community that made the land their home for 700 years, and the park staff continues to preserve them today.
A small seaside village with a ton of character, Mystic, Connecticut, is full of beautiful restaurants, galleries, shops and homes like the one pictured here.
What was once the site of the gunpowder works founded by E. I. du Pont is now a stunning educational center in Wilmington, Delaware.
Located on the Gulf of Mexico in Naples, Florida, the Naples Pier serves as an excellent spot for fishing, dining, and simply taking in the ocean views.