Even though Traverse City is the largest city in Northern Michigan, it only has about 15,000 people living there.
Even though Dahlonega is on the other side of the country from Jacksonville, Oregon, the two cities have a lot in common.
Taos, which is known for its pueblo houses, has been a haven for artists for a long time. The famous abstract painter Agnes Martin once lived there.
You can drive from New York City to Clinton in an hour. The Red Mill Museum on the banks of the Raritan River is the town's most well-known landmark.
People who love wildlife will love the island town because it is easy to see bald eagles, brown bears, humpback whales, and sea otters.
Cooperstown is home to the Baseball Hall of Fame, but you don't have to like sports to enjoy the town. Here is where Ommegang Brewery and the Fenimore Art Museum are located.
This town on the coast of California turned 100 years old in 2016.
Ste. Genevieve is the oldest town in Missouri. It was started by French Canadian colonists in the early 1800s.