1. Museo Frida Kahlo
Famous for being the bright, vibrant home of one of the world’s most recognizable artists, the ‘Blue House’ is even more atmospheric and intense in the blazing sunshine. Outside, the patio and gardens are beautiful spaces to explore and discover more about Frida’s life.
2. Lake Powell in the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area
With nearly 2,000 miles of shoreline, the lake stretches from northern Arizona up into southern Utah and is visited by millions each year, looking to take in the geologic wonders or find out more about the history of the site.
3. Palazzo Strozzi
Art exhibitions, fashion shows, concerts and theatrical performances all take place in the palazzo’s Renaissance courtyard – a perfect spot for an outdoor Florentine experience.
4. Fundació Joan Miró
The architecture of this Barcelona museum with its high ceilings and natural light is bright, light and mirrors the spirit of Miró’s work. The historic grounds are also well-worth a visit.
5. Hermitage Historic Home
Home to the seventh President of the United States, Andrew Jackson, this is one of the oldest historic site museums in the country. It occupies 1,120 acres, making it a must-visit site for people wanting both a greater understanding of history and to enjoy the vast grounds.
6. National 9/11 Memorial and Museum
Naming every person that died, the Memorial is a powerful reminder of what happened during the September 11th terror attacks. There is a contemplative, respectful ambience at the site that is even more evident on a hot day, with the hustle and bustle of New York City just yards away.
7. St. Andrews Castle
Visitors travel through time to the 16th Century at this historic Castle in Scotland and can even walk its courtyard, towers and battlements. And if you get tired of the sun, take a trip down to the dungeons ...and if you want to experience what it's like down there during a siege Listen to a 3D audio recording here.
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