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Holidays to the USA with Norwegian

Need a beach break? Whether you're looking to laze in the sun or go exploring, fly with Norwegian to the US destinations

Looking for the best places to visit in America?
Check out these great places to travel to for your next holiday in the United States or see all Norwegian's USA destinations.

 

New York

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£154.90

Los Angeles

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£214.90

Miami

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£174.90

San Francisco

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£219.90

Fly to Austin, the "live music capital of the world"

The state capital of Texas is also the live music capital of the world, with a plethora of venues, festivals such as Austin City Limits Music Festival, and the longest-running music series in American television history, Austin City Limits Live. Daily tours are available of its iconic venue, the Moody Theater.
Around Austin, there are hundreds of venues to check out – many are congregated in the Sixth Street entertainment district. To learn how to two-step in traditional Texas style, head out to Broken Spoke, a dance hall that’s been operating since 1964. You never know who you’ll run into there – the likes of George Strait, Willie Nelson and Garth Brooks have all shown up for surprise sets.

Discover Boston's revolutionary heritage 

As the birthplace of the American Revolution, Boston’s story stretches back to the very beginning of the United States of America. Discover the city’s rich history on the Freedom Trail, which runs for two-and-a-half miles through 16 sites of significance. Along the way, visit Paul Revere’s house in the North End, built around 1680, where you will learn the background of his famous midnight ride. Faneuil Hall, founded in the 1700s as a gift to the city, was the site of several revolutionary war speeches by key historical figures like Samuel Adams. It is now home to multiple markets, an indoor/outdoor mall and the Quincy Market Food Colonnade. Head for the Museum of Fine Arts to discover works by artists including John Singer Sargent, Rembrandt and van Gogh, among others.

Discover historical treasures on a holiday in Chicago

Chicago prides itself on its cultural clout, and visitors can enjoy a host of free art options, including the Art Institute of Chicago – home to iconic works such as Edward Hopper’s Nighthawks and Grant Wood’s American Gothic.

The Field Museum is dedicated to exploring the world around us. Inside you’ll find prehistoric treasures, ancient Egyptian discoveries and exhibits dedicated to scientific and educational pursuits. The Adler Planetarium was the first modern planetarium to open in the Western Hemisphere – it’s been giving visitors a new view of the wonders of the universe since 1930.

Once you’ve learned all about the stars in the sky, turn your attention to the creatures of the sea at Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium, which offers Asleep With The Fishes experiences – where families can spend the night exploring the aquarium before bedding down on camping mats.

Take an outdoor family holiday in Denver

With a claimed 300 days of sunshine a year, Denver is an ideal destination for families looking to explore the great outdoors. So set down your smartphones and head for the Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre, which is perfect for picnickers. A little further afield you can find kid-friendly trails such as the Clear Creek Trail in Golden or Mount Falcon’s Castle and Tower hike.
All that walking can work up an appetite. Fortunately, one of Denver’s culinary calling cards is the food hall, with the likes of  The Source, Denver Central Market, and Avanti F&B offering plenty of options for dinner.
The city is also enjoying an arts and culture boom, thanks to new venues like the open-air Levitt Pavilion, which presents 50 free family-friendly concerts per year.

Explore New York's art galleries

 New York City is undoubtedly the culture capital of the United States with an enviable assortment of the world’s best museums, theatres and outdoor spaces. The collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art – America’s biggest art museum – spans the whole of human history, with works by the likes of Picasso, Vermeer and Jackson Pollock. The Met’s steps – made iconic by late-2000s teen TV series Gossip Girl – are prime people-watching real estate.

One of the most prominent public canvases in the world, the Houston Bowery Wall has hosted pieces by the world’s best artists. New York legend Keith Haring made it famous in the 1980s – but there’s always something new to see here from established and emerging muralists. 
After a bustling day in the city, make for the Meatpacking District’s elevated park, the High Line. This urban green space extends for nearly a mile and a half along a former railroad spur, providing a welcome breath of fresh air in the city.

Visit Walt Disney World and the Kennedy Space Center in Orlando

Orlando’s amusement parks are famous the world over – with families flocking to Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando Resort’s plethora of parks. The latter has recently been augmented with Universal Volcano Bay, a water park with rides, beaches and cabanas that can easily keep your family entertained for a whole day. 
Central Florida’s not just about amusement parks, though. Head to the Orlando Science Center to discover a hub of exploration and curiosity that unfolds over four floors, with changing exhibits, live programming and interactive displays – an ideal destination if the weather turns rainy. If the Science Center whets your appetite for intellectual stimulation, head a little further afield to the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. An hour’s drive east of Orlando, it houses artefacts from America’s space adventure. If you time your visit right, you can meet an astronaut or view a rocket launch.

Visit San Francisco, the heart of America's counterculture 

In the 1950s and 60s, San Francisco was at the heart of the counterculture, with both the Beat Generation and the hippies emerging from its streets. The Beat poets coalesced around City Lights Booksellers, a publisher for writers such as Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg. Check out the adjacent Jack Kerouac Alley in Chinatown, a pedestrian walkway with all sorts of interesting things to discover, including engraved Western and Chinese writing by famous authors.

The hippies hung out in Haight-Ashbury during the 1967 Summer of Love, and Golden Gate Park hosted concerts by future legends such as Janis Joplin and The Grateful Dead; nowadays it’s home to the Outside Lands music festival, held every August.

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