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Whether you’re a tourist or a native New Yorker, Hornblower cruises are a great way to have fun while taking in the sights. Explore the Big Apple with a guided river tour of the city’s hottest attractions, or indulge in an evening of dinner and dancing on the Hudson. Traveling on a Hornblower cruise lets you see the city in an utterly unique way.
With 45 exhibition halls, the American Museum of Natural History in New York is the mother of all museums. There is so much to see, from the colossal cast of the recently discovered dinosaur Titanosaurus to the astounding timeline of human origins - you’ll always have a reason to come back for more.
The Sixth Floor Museum chronicles the events of that dark moment in history and prompts visitors to remember the legacy of President Kennedy and how his death changed the country in a split second.
Dallas heats up northeast Texas with its metropolitan energy and vibrant culture. The glittering city skyline, year-round good weather, and its subtle touch of southern charm make Dallas a must on the Texas travel list. But whether it’s your first time visiting or your 100th, you don’t truly see Dallas until you see it from up high—at the Reunion Tower GeO-Deck.
The Perot Museum in Dallas is a natural history and science museum throttled into overdrive. With five floors and 11 exhibits jam-packed with hands-on activities and 3D animation, this mind-blowing destination is sure to keep you spellbound for hours.
The most dominant building in the Chicago skyline, Willis Tower is home to The Skydeck, a thrilling tourist attraction that offers 360-degree views of The Windy City. The skyscraper (formerly known as the Sears Tower) has been a highlight for visitors to Chicago for many years. The Skydeck played a role in Ferris Bueller's Day Off , where the main characters famously leaned their foreheads against the windows to peer down on the city below.