Places to Visit

Discover the best places to visit in the USA, in western states like California, Hawaii, Arizona, and Oregon, and beyond. Find places to go with kids or on your own, and dive deep into vacation destinations across the West.

Weekend Trip to San Francisco's Chinatown

This neighborhood's lively spirit is a world of temples, shops, restaurants, with bright buildings interwoven by snug alleys.

8 Great Places to Visit in 2018 and Beyond

Another year, another opportunity to travel somewhere new. We can help you plan. Here are some suggestions for your next big trip.

Volcano, California: Gold Country Hamlet with History

The town of Volcano may be tiny, but it’s big on appeal for Gold Country weekenders who crave a quiet escape.

Detouring Off I-5 in Dunsmuir, California

South of Mount Shasta, Dunsmuir delights visitors with good eats, local history, striking natural beauty, and small-town charm. 

Wine Country Ready for Visitors After Fires

After October’s tragic fires, Northern California’s wine country remains strong, proud, and open for business.

Enjoy More Rides with Disneyland MaxPass

Disneyland’s new digital upgrade to the free FastPass system promises big payoffs when it comes to avoiding lines.

Best Bites and Drinks at Alameda Point, California

The city's former naval station is now the place to kick back, sip a little something, and enjoy the San Francisco view. 

Wandering Willamette Valley's Back Roads

Along Oregon's Willamette Valley winding back roads, these five towns deliver history, wildlife, and killer blackberry pie.

Top Spots for Dinner and a Show in Cities Around the West

New and newly renovated theaters—and hip restaurants nearby—set the stage for a great night out in cities across the West.

Catalina Island: 5 Things We Love

Catalina Island is the perfect destination to escape the rush of Southern California. Head to Avalon for bites, shops, and views.

The Rapid Growth of Seattle and Where to Go Now

Seattle's neighborhoods bustle with eclectic shopping and hip dining, while its classic attractions enjoy modern updates.

A Weekend in Forest Grove, Oregon

In the hills west of Portland, you’ll find a classic small-town holiday festival, prime pinot noir, and supersize cinnamon buns.