Check out these beautiful towns in every state.
Florence sits on the Tennessee River in North Alabama and is a gateway to Helen Keller’s home in nearby Tuscumbia and Muscle Shoals’ tremendous music scene.
Sitka is considered Alaska’s most beautiful seaside town, filled with history, culture and outdoor adventures.
Bisbee, Arizona is a town full of extraordinary historic architecture, as well as home to a vital, living, breathing art and music scene, all in a setting of rugged natural beauty.
Beautifully preserved, Eureka Springs, Arkansas’ entire downtown area is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Often called the “Queen of the Sierras,” Murphys, California sits in the central Sierra Nevada foothills between Lake Tahoe and Yosemite National Park, and was originally a goldrush town.
Ouray sits in a box canyon in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains and is famous for its hot springs.
Mystic, Connecticut is home to Mystic Seaport, America’s leading maritime museum.
Old New Castle is a trip back to colonial times in Delaware's first capital and the landing site of William Penn.
The charming town of Mount Dora, Florida is a popular Central Florida getaway, less than an hour from Orlando.
Rich history, incredible architecture and stunning Southern charm makes Macon, Georgia “Where Soul Lives.”
Located in the upcountry region of Maui, Hawaii, the quaint town of Kula lies on the slopes of the infamous Haleakala and is home to many of the island’s farms and botanical gardens.
Wallace, Idaho, is the only city in the USA entirely listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Scenic Glen Ellyn, Illinois is a charming, picturesque, welcoming community that offers big city amenities with a small town feel.
Farms dot the landscape around the town of Middlebury.
Northeast.Iowa's prettiest town is historic Decorah.
Experience the serene tree-lined streets of Marysville, home to the Black Squirrel and the first home station on the Pony Express.
Scenic, historic Augusta, Kentucky amazes anytime of day.
An historic district, plantation homes, parks and festivals make St. Francisville a jewel of Louisiana.
Historic Kennebunk, Maine is a quintessential New England village with the added bonus of sandy beaches, a vibrant downtown and historical charm.
Now known for its recreational boating, Annapolis, Maryland was a major port city in Colonial times.
Fall foliage meets the sea in scenic Rockport Harbor in Massachusetts.
Fantastic fireworks explode over the waterfront of Grand Haven.
The Lake Superior harbor fishing village of Grand Marais, Minnesota has welcomed generations of adventure seekers and families, and serves as an inspirational home for many artists.
Oxford was named for the city in Britain in a (successful) attempt to bring the University of Mississippi to the town.
On the mighty Missouri River, Washington, Missouri’s Depot looks beautiful in the winter.
The 19th century mining town of Philipsburg in southwest Montana still proves to be a gem for visitors, within close proximity to Yellowstone and Glacier National Parks.
Capitalizing on its cowboy culture and history, Ogallala, Nebraska is a great getaway for anyone looking to experience the Wild West.
Genoa, Nevada, home to 939, offers a quaint town with historical charm. Visit the Genoa Bar, purportedly the oldest drinking parlor in Nevada, or check out Mormon Station State Historic Park, site of Nevada’s first permanent non-native settlement.
Settled in 1623, Portsmouth, New Hampshire claims to be the third-oldest city in the USA
Founded on the banks of the Delaware River in 1705, Lambertville, New Jersey is a haven for artists and craftsmen, and is known as “The Antiques Capital of New Jersey.”
Ruidoso is a mountain town in southern New Mexico that features year-round outdoor activities, including mountain biking and skiing.
Well-known for its music festivals, Woodstock, New York, is less than two hours from New York City and is known as “the most famous small town in the world.”
In North Carolina’s Great Smoky Mountains is Waynesville with its quaint, urban charm and close proximity to outdoor adventures.
Medora, North Dakota is filled with rustic charm and cowboy culture.
Tipp City, Ohio’s downtown shopping district with two dozen shops and eateries is listed on the National Historic Register.
The Coleman Theatre in Miami, Oklahoma, is a historic vaudeville theatre located along Route 66.
Cowboys and world-class artists come together to call Joseph in Northeast Oregon, surrounded by the Wallowa mountain range.
Founded in 1806 and incorporated in 1830, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania is rich in cultural and natural resources; it’s also known as the “Home of Pennsylvania’s Grand Canyon.”
Established in 1709, Rhode Island’s picturesque Wickford Village welcomes guests to well-preserved waterfront streets and varied shopping.
Unique shops and apartments line historic Old Town Bluffton, South Carolina’s Promenade.
Brookings has small town flavor with a growing a