North America

Attractions

Runyon Canyon

Walks Most of the trails here run along wide dirt roads and so coming in bad weather isn’t advised but most of the year the…

  • Los Angeles

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

With its initial collection in the 1930s featuring Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, SFMOMA set the stage for bringing vibrant, cutting-edge art to the public. It…

  • San Francisco, USA

Madame Tussauds Las Vegas

Who Was Madame Tussaud? Born in the mid-1700s, Madame Tussaud earned her fame crafting statues of the day’s most famous and infamous people. Shortly after…

  • Las Vegas

Las Vegas Strip

The strip in Las Vegas, Nevada, is one of the most heavily traveled roads in the United States. Officially called Las Vegas Boulevard, this stretch…

  • Las Vegas

Hoover Dam

In the early 1930s, the United States suffered through the Great Depression. People needed work, and 21,000 men found it through the construction project of…

  • Las Vegas

Santa Monica Pier & Venice Beach

What to Do The beach is all about rest and relaxation but if the idea of sunbathing on the sands all afternoon leaves you a…

  • Los Angeles

The Mob Museum

The Infamous and Their Crimes The Mob Museum, also known as The National Museum of Organized Crime and Law Enforcement, houses three stories of artifacts…

  • Las Vegas

Zion National Park

A short distance from Las Vegas, Nevada, is Utah’s Zion National Park. Known for its sandstone cliffs and stunning colors, Zion National Park has a…

  • Las Vegas

Warner Bros. Studio

On Set The site is spread out over 110 acres and is home to ten back lots and 30 sound stages. Here you’ll find the…

  • Los Angeles

Walt Disney Concert Hall

Inside The building’s interior is flooded with light, and the quirky design continues through the lobby right round to the theatre space where you’re met…

  • Los Angeles

Universal Studios Hollywood

Studio Tour & Rides Hop aboard a studio tour cart and explore the back lots of some of your favourite TV shows and movies including…

  • Los Angeles

Hollywood Walk of Fame

Honourees From time-honoured actors to 21st century Disney characters, the Hollywood Walk of Fame has honoured many talented people over the years including Steve McQueen,…

  • Los Angeles

Hollywood Sign

History This sign and symbol of the entertainment industry was originally built in 1923 as part of a real estate marketing scheme and has remained…

  • Los Angeles

de Young Museum

The de Young Museum showcases American art through a chronological display, with pieces from as earlier at the 1600s. Major pieces include works by John Singleton Copley,…

  • San Francisco, USA

Coit Tower

Built with funds from the estate of Lilli Hitchcock Coit, an avid supporter of San Francisco’s fire department. The Tower is now on the National Registry…

  • San Francisco, USA

Chinatown

Toronto’s Chinatown is a lively, vibrant area with cultural representation of various Asian countries including China–particularly the Guangdong province, Vietnam, Japan, the Philippines and more,…

  • Toronto, Canada

California Science Centre

Exhibits Permanent exhibits here include the Ecosystem Exhibit where visitors can learn about animal habitats and the earth’s ecosystem, the Creative World Exhibit which explores…

  • Los Angeles

Fort York

Fort York is a National Historic Site in the heart of Toronto. In 1812, the US-Canadian border was the main front for the War of…

  • Toronto, Canada

Fremont Street Experience

Iconic hotel casinos line Fremont Street, an area many refer to as “old Vegas.” The hotels are quite different from what you will find today…

  • Las Vegas

Hollywood Bowl

What to expect The theatre houses gigs, shows and events year round including everything from pop and rock to jazz and musicals. Inside the grounds,…

  • Los Angeles