Attractions

Top Choice Notable Building in Financial District & Lower Manhattan

One World Trade Center

Home to One World Observatory – New York's highest observation deck – the 104-floor One World Trade Center is architect David M Childs' redesign of Daniel Libeskind's original 2002 concept. Not only the loftiest bui…
Top Choice House in Laurel Highlands

Fallingwater

Up for Unesco Heritage status, this Frank Lloyd Wright masterpiece was completed in 1938 as a weekend retreat for the Kaufmanns, owners of a Pittsburgh department store. Built to bring the outside and inside togethe…
Top Choice House in Asheville

Biltmore Estate

The country's largest privately owned home, and Asheville's number-one tourist attraction, the Biltmore was completed in 1895 for shipping- and railroad-heir George Washington Vanderbilt II. He modeled it after thre…
Top Choice Architecture in New Canaan

Philip Johnson Glass House

Inspired by Mies van der Rohe, this icon of mid-Century Modern architecture was the home of late Pritzker Prize–winner Philip Johnson and his art collector partner, David Whitney. Johnson added 13 other structures t…
Top Choice Notable Building in The Mission, Dogpatch & Potrero Hill

Women's Building

The nation's first women-owned-and-operated community center has quietly done good work with 170 women's organizations since 1979, but the 1994 addition of the Maestrapeace mural showed the Women's Building for the …
Top Choice Notable Building in Beacon Hill & Boston Common

Massachusetts State House

High atop Beacon Hill, Massachusetts’ leaders and legislators attempt to turn their ideas into concrete policies and practices within the State House. John Hancock provided the land (previously part of his cow pastu…
Top Choice Architecture in Pasadena & the San Gabriel Valley

Gamble House

This mansion in northwest central Pasadena has been called one of the 10 most architecturally significant homes in America, a 1908 masterpiece of California arts-and-crafts architecture built by Charles and Henry Gr…
Top Choice Notable Building in Downtown Los Angeles & Boyle Heights

Walt Disney Concert Hall

A molten blend of steel, music and psychedelic architecture, this iconic concert venue is the home base of the Los Angeles Philharmonic, but has also hosted contemporary bands such as Phoenix and classic jazz men su…
Top Choice Architecture in Buffalo

Martin House Complex

This 15,000-sq-ft house, built between 1903 and 1905, was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright for his friend and patron Darwin D Martin. Representing Wright's Prairie House ideal, it consists of six interconnected buildi…
Top Choice Architecture in Sausalito

Sausalito Houseboats

Bohemia still thrives along the shoreline of Richardson Bay, where free spirits inhabit hundreds of quirky homes that bobble in the waves among the seabirds and seals. Structures range from psychedelic mural-splashe…