As mentioned in our coverage of monuments in the the Northwest and the Northeast, America is a young country, but it is still home to many amazing monuments. This is especially true of the southeast. There are plenty of tourist attractions that you and your family can explore in the southeastern region of the country.
Take a look at our list of monuments in the U.S. Southeast and select the ones that you will be visiting first.
Smokey Mountains National Park – Gatlinburg, Tenn.
Also known as America’s most visited national park, it is perfect for people who enjoy hiking, mountain climbing, and silent walks in nature. If you’re observant enough you will be lucky and see a diversity of wildlife that inhabit the park.
Birth Home of Martin Luther King Jr. – Atlanta, Ga.
A great place to visit for anyone who respects and genuinely admires Martin Luther King Jr. and his ambitious life. The museum is dedicated to the famous figure and has photographs and informative films put up inside for people to learn more about him.
The New World of Coca Cola – Atlanta, Ga.
If you’re a fan of Coca-Cola and claim it to be the drink for you for life then you should take time out to visit this place. It’s a museum or more like a place dedicated to the history of Coca-Cola and how it gained so much popularity in a small number of years.
Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame – Birmingham, Ala.
Lovers of jazz music should head over to jazz hall of fame and feel honoured to be present among the names of history’s most celebrated jazz musicians. Alabama has a rich history to jazz music and the hall of fame leaves no marks in making sure that the rest of the country gets to know more about it.
Graceland – Memphis, Tenn.
Do you listen to, “Can’t Help Falling in Love? on repeat? If yes, then visiting Graceland should excite you even more because this is the place you would want to be and witness what it was like to be in the presence of the singer and king of rock, Elvis Presley!