Los Angeles, California
Clear your schedule this Labor Day Weekend and take an adventurous trip to Los Angeles! As the second largest city in the United States, Los Angeles offers a wide variety of shops, beaches, museums, and amusement parks that will excite visitors of all ages.
Grand Canyon, Arizona
This magnificent canyon of 277 miles long and about 6000 feet deep contains the unanswered question as to how it came to be formed. Even so, this vast ravine continues to attract millions of hikers and adventurers for its breathtaking beauty. If you’re not the hiking type, no problem- try taking a train ride around the canyon instead and stay at one of the on-site hotels for a gorgeous view.
Don’t let the small size of this island fool you! Although Oahu is smaller than some of its sister islands, this Hawaiian island draws in thousands of visitors each day and is of great historical significance. From the Pearl Harbor Memorial, to snorkeling around the reefs, to a full island tour, Oahu offers activities for everyone to enjoy.
Taking the time to explore this booming city of industry, innovation, and art is definitely worthwhile. This metropolis is not only the home of the Cloud Gate sculpture, but also the birthplace of Walt Disney, the Twinkie, and the deep-dish pizza. When you visit Chicago, you have the opportunity to visit a multitude of attractions such as the Lincoln Park Conservatory, Wrigley Field, and the John Hancock Center.
New Orleans, Louisiana
New Orleans, famous for its voodoo, jazz, and poker, has a unique and eccentric vibe that can be found nowhere else. Visitors to New Orleans should stop by the French Quarter and Jackson Square to experience the heart of the city.
If you’re looking for fun and entertainment this Labor Day, Orlando is the place for you! With over 20 plus amusement parks, you’ll never have to wonder what you should do next. Have an adventure with family and friends at Walt Disney World Resort, Universal Orlando, SeaWorld, Wet n’ Wild, or one of the many other parks in the area.
What better way to celebrate Labor day than by visiting the nation’s capital. Washington, D.C. boasts treasured landmarks including the White House, the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, and Jefferson Memorial, to name a few.
NYC, New York
Labor Day is a great time to visit the world’s beloved concrete jungle. This destination is renowned for its cultural and social diversity, offering a host of new experiences for any traveler. When in NYC, be sure to visit the Empire State Building, Central Park, Times Square, and the Statue of Liberty!