What motivates you to get out and enjoy the open road? Are you looking for an adventure? You are not short on places to go! There are plenty of fantastic options to go sightseeing by car and snap your photos. Here we have compiled some of the top spots to see.
The Neon Museum
The Neon Museum in Las Vegas collects and preserves the historical signs of early Las Vegas. It is quite a charming reminder of its beginnings. Not only is it stunning, but the entrance comes with a guided tour.
Pacific Coast Highway
PCH is beloved and so popular. This highway extends from San Francisco to Los Angeles along the West Coast. As it hugs the ocean pretty much the entire way, you have plenty of opportunities to get some beautiful photos in scenic spots including Malibu, San Simeon, Big Sur, Carmel, and many more.
Prada Marfa is an art installation located northwest of Valentine, Texas, just off U.S. Highway 90, near the city of Marfa. It is a very chic sculpture that looks as if it belongs in New York, but rather it is a Texan surprise in the middle of nowhere. Since it looks so out of place, it is quite a thought-provoking and Instagrammable art piece.
Chincoteague & Assateague
Great seafood, a laid-back beach life, and the world-famous wild horses. Chincoteague and Assateague Islands are a great getaway. Reward yourself with a boat tour of one of the islands, which can get you closer to some of the wild horses without breaking the law.
The quintessential New England road trip. From the long footbridge to the beach in Sandwich to the dunes of Cape Cod National Seashore to the vibrant and inclusive arts colony that is Provincetown, you will not lack for interesting sites to photograph.
This well-known Frank Lloyd Wright design is a masterpiece worth the drive in any season. Just a short drive off the Pennsylvania Turnpike in Western Pennsylvania, you’ll have no shortage of great vantage points as you tour the house or the grounds. Plus, the Wright-designed Kentuck Knob is nearby, so you can see two amazing spots in one trip.
Rockin’ Christmas Anytime
Head to Columbus, Ohio where you can visit the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame (stocked with memorabilia from Elvis, The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Taylor Swift, Pearl Jam, and many more) and then head across town to the house used to film “A Christmas Story.” You can even pose with the iconic leg-lamp and wander through all the rooms you remember from the movie.
Falls, Falls and More Falls
Head to Watkins Glen, New York and enjoy a picturesque hike through the gorge, where you can walk next to, above, and even behind waterfalls. Just minutes away, you can cruise one of the finger lakes or tour one of the regions many wineries.