Dubbed The Most Historical Short Street in America, this small stretch in Montgomery features Civil Rights Movement landmarks. You’ll find the church where Martin Luther King Jr. preached, his family home, Rosa Park’s workplace, and the Selma to Montgomery March finale credited for the passing of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Perfectly sized for a one-day road trip, take a tour through the largest Ice Museum and warm up by soaking at the hot springs at the end of the road. Known for comical side streets, initial residents are given road naming rights, and it’s customary to pick names with wit and humor.
To stroll down Bisbee’s Main Street is to walk back in time to early twentieth-century Arizona. Learn about the town’s history while exploring this century-old mining road full of beautifully restored structures.
Dickinson Street serves as the historical and entertainment center of Fayetteville. During the day, visitors can browse boutiques, galleries and dine in restaurants. At night, enjoy its bars and nightclubs, including the historic George’s Majestic Lounge, the oldest and longest-running club and live music venue in the state.
One of America’s most famous streets, Sunset Boulevard, stretches from the shores of the Pacific Ocean 20 miles to downtown Los Angeles. So grab some friends, hop into a convertible and explore the neighborhoods of Pacific Palisades, Brentwood, Bel-Air, Beverly Hills, Hollywood, and Silver Lake.