C&O Canal National Historical Park is one of National Parks.

1. C&O Canal National Historical Park

Trail · 205 W Potomac St (Williamsport Visitor Center), Williamsport, MD

AmandaAmanda: Get your NPS Passport stamped at the front office- C&O Canal and Potomac Heritage

Mount Rushmore National Memorial is one of National Parks.

2. Mount Rushmore National Memorial

Monument / Landmark · 13000 SD Highway 244 (btwn Iron Mountain Rd & Horse Thief Lake Rd), Keystone, SD

HISTORYHISTORY: It took 14 years and a team of 400 sculptors, led by Gutzon Borglum, to complete this massive "Shrine of Democracy," dedicated in 1941.

African American Civil War Memorial is one of National Parks.

3. African American Civil War Memorial

Monument / Landmark · U-Street · 1925 Vermont Ave NW, Washington, D.C.
National D-Day Memorial is one of National Parks.

4. National D-Day Memorial

Historic Site · 3 Overlord Cir, Bedford, VA
City Tavern is one of National Parks.

5. City Tavern

American Restaurant · Center City East · 138 S 2nd St (at Walnut St), Philadelphia, PA

HISTORYHISTORY: Established in 1773, City Tavern once was frequented by George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and other notable figures of the American Revolution era.

Castle Clinton National Monument is one of National Parks.

6. Castle Clinton National Monument

Historic Site · Financial District · Battery Park, New York, NY

HISTORYHISTORY: Built as a U.S. military fort in 1811 in anticipation of the War of 1812 against the British, Castle Clinton went on to serve a variety of roles.

Jefferson National Expansion Memorial is one of National Parks.

7. Jefferson National Expansion Memorial

Park · Downtown East · 11 N 4th St (btwn Washington Ave & Poplar St), St Louis, MO

Chad D.Chad Dierkes: This is one of nearly 400 National Parks in the country!

Bunker Hill Monument is one of National Parks.

8. Bunker Hill Monument

Monument / Landmark · Thompson Square - Bunker Hill · 31 Monument Sq, Boston, MA

The Ritz-CarltonThe Ritz-Carlton: Visit the Bunker Hill Monument in Charlestown and stand in the space where we first took a stand in the American Revolution.