If you’re hanging stateside this summer, that doesn’t mean you have to be bored and hot all season long. The brains over at Google analyzed historical Google Maps data to uncover the most popular tourist attractions in the U.S., based on search trends, and we think you’ll want to save this list.
Some spots on this top 10 list will be obvious — hi, Disneyland — while others may be a bit more surprising. And thanks to Google’s handy new Lists feature, which allows you to save and share lists of destinations, you can plot out your road trip and share it with your besties in a snap.
Regardless of where your summer takes you, we hope you have a blast.
This massive entertainment center makes our hometown malls look positively pedestrian. Featuring live shows, shopping, carnival rides, and attractions like Dave & Buster’s, Broadway at the Beach demands to be added to your beach vacation to-do list.
This 76,000-sq.-ft. destination is an actual drug store — and also a shopping mall, top-notch café, and excellent place to stop on your way to the Badlands National Park.
If you’re already headed to the spectacular Grand Canyon on your summer holiday, be sure to pass over the Skywalk, a glass bridge that extends out over the canyon to give you you mind-bending views of the landscape below.
It’s a cave with a 145-foot underground waterfall. Enough said.
It’s the world’s highest cog train, and it’ll take you up an incredibly steep incline on a tour of all the breathtaking natural beauty Colorado’s mountains have to offer.