When we think of the Northeast region of the United States of America, we think of the following states: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Maryland. A lot of history has happened here. There are forts and ships and battlefields to remind us of the unfolding saga of the United States. This article highlights historic buildings from each state that are evocative of the state they are in. Enjoy the tour.
New York City, the Big Apple, the City that Never Sleeps. It’s one of the most famous cities in the world for its endless entertainment, shows, sports, business, fashion, cuisine, and so much more. When most visitors travel to New York City, there are many popular attractions they will visit; the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building, Broadway and so much more. However, there’s way more to New York City than all of the popular attractions. For example, the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge.
Located in the heart of Pennsylvania, the Delaware Water Gap is a recreational park that is loved and visited by many people each year. No, it’s not located in Delaware, but it is the Delaware Water Gap National Recreational Area and it’s one place you’ll go and never forget. From hiking to just taking a drive through one of the most scenic roads in America, you’ll find the most unique beauty right in the northeast.