With the help of a panel of travel experts, we combed the country for the best new attractions for 2021. Our readers voted for their favorites, and these are the top 10.
This new Wyoming museum showcases the world’s largest private collection of military vehicles—432 of them plus more than 200 historically significant firearms.
This Virginia museum tells the story of more than 245 years of the Army with exhibits on the Cold War, World Wars I and II, soldiers’ stories and the founding of America.
This new memorial in Washington, DC honors the military service of Native Americans. The memorial sits on the grounds of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian.
Electric Playhouse brings an all-new digital entertainment experience to Albuquerque. The immersive, projection-based play arena doesn’t require VR goggles to control the 18 interactive areas.
This new museum at the historic Franklin School in Washington, DC celebrates language in all its forms. It’s the world’s first voice-activated museum.
The MassArt Art Museum (MAAM) is Boston’s newest contemporary art museum. The collection opened along the Avenue of the Arts as a free attraction.
This new aquarium tells the story of aquatic life in Mississippi, from the eponymous river to the Delta to the Gulf of Mexico coastline.
This attraction in Illinois offers adventures for all ages in the form of ropes courses, climbing walls, ziplines and hiking and biking trails.
This new attraction on the St. Petersburg waterfront features art installations, a marketplace, Tampa Bay Watch Discovery Center, playground, lawn areas, a fishing deck, bars and restaurants.
This new museum honors the athletes and ideals of the Olympic and Paralympic Games. The 60,000-square-foot facility comprises 12 interactive galleries with some of the most accessible museum experiences in the world.