Looking to celebrate the patriotic holidays in the most patriotic places in America? Each year, many American’s have that same idea. Let’s take a look at those places and explain why they are the most patriotic places in America. Keep in mind that this is not a comprehensive list of all patriotic places in America – it is simply a list of the most patriotic places.
Statue of Liberty
Nothing says America like the Statue of Liberty. Located in New York City, the statue of liberty might be the most famous statue in the entire world. Many do not know that it was actually a gift from France in 1886.
Located in Washington D.C., the Washington Monument is one of the tallest monuments in the world at 554 feet tall. It was built to commemorate the father of our nation, George Washington.
Located in Washington D.C., the Lincoln Memorial was built to honor one of the best and most famous presidents in American history – Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln is famous for winning the Civil War, freeing the slaves and uniting the nation as one.
World War II Memorial
Located near the Washington Monument and Lincoln Memorial, the World War II Memorial is a place dedicated to those who served in the deadliest war in the history of the world.
Located in Philadelphia (the former capital city of the United States), Independence Hall is where the United States Constitution and the Declaration of Independence were adopted – what is more patriotic than that?
The Liberty Bell was formerly located in Independence Hall and it now stands alone as a symbol of American independence.
Located in South Dakota, Mount Rushmore is one of the most recognizable monuments in the United States. The sculpture shows the heads of four of the most influential presidents in United States history – George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln.
Located in San Antonio, the Alamo is a monument that stands for a critical battle that took place during the Texas revolution. The Battle of the Alamo allowed Texas to break free from Mexican rule, and eventually join the United States.