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Popular Parks Attractions in North America

Universal Studios Hollywood
Los Angeles·United States
4.8/5
4,721 Reviews
Film Studio
Universal Studios Hollywood is a popular theme park in Los Angeles. In the 1900s it was a Hollywood film studio but it is now a major movie theme park. There are very realistic film sets where you can personally experience movie scenes such as airplane crashes, floods, and explosions. There are also various exciting roller coasters based on famous movies. There are numerous restaurants and shops in Universal Studios. After exploring the attractions, don't forget to try the delicious food in the many restaurants, or buy posters, movie props and various other souvenirs in the many shops.
Central Park
New York·United States
4.6/5
1,350 Reviews
City Park
Central Park is located in the middle of Manhattan's urban forest of skyscrapers. Like an oasis in the desert, this is an refuge of green calm in the middle of the bustling metropolis. The park is dotted with many lakes and stands of trees both large and small. There are walking paths, running trails, bicycle paths, a zoo, sports fields and children's rides. You can stretch out on the lawn and enjoy the warm sunlight, stroll along while eating a hot dog, or go to the John Lennon Memorial - Strawberry Fields. This is a great way to enjoy a quiet and relaxing moment in the busy city.
Stanley Park
Vancouver·Canada
4.7/5
871 Reviews
City Park
Located at the center of Vancouver, Stanley Park is an urban green boasting a sequoia forest, a never-ending waterfront causeway, Indian totem poles, and the Vancouver Aquarium. A tapestry of vegetation, the Park offers compelling views and is dubbed a “huge natural oxygen bar”. For locals, this is a perfect place for a rich variety of leisurely outdoor activities, be it walking, cycling, rollerblading or skateboarding. A grassy playing field and waterfront pool can be found at the beach in the Park’s western side, which also serves as an open-air cinema during summer nights. The beach is a perfect spot to watch the sunset and a frequent gathering place for local residents to have barbecues and picnics.
Millennium Park
Chicago·United States
4.6/5
563 Reviews
City Park
Millennium Park is a large public park in Chicago, Illinois. It is the most famous section of Grant Park, and is home to most of the park’s attraction highlights, namely the Cloud Gate sculpture. The park is one of the largest green roofs in the world, as it was built on top of parking garages and a railroad yard. Chicagoans take great pride in the park, and no expense is spared in keeping it clean and trim.
Boston Common
Boston·United States
4.7/5
392 Reviews
City Park
Boston Common is a fifty-acre park in the cultural center of Boston. It is the oldest city park in the United States, dating back to 1634. The park is a popular destination among sunbathers and exercisers, whose numbers swell in the summer months. The park is the starting point of the Freedom Trail, a 2.5 mile walk leading past sixteen historic landmarks. Located close to Boston Harbor, a bustling restaurant district and multiple colleges, the Common remains the beating heart of the city.
SeaWorld San Diego
San Diego·United States
4.7/5
568 Reviews
Theme Park
Aquarium
Amusement Park
The Sea World is an iconic tourist destination in San Diego, and home to countless marine creatures thanks to its pleasant climate and favorable geographical location, among which there are polar bears, penguins, all sorts of coral reeves, and various fishes. You can also get up close and touch many of the creatures. You can't miss the fascinating killer whale show and fun performances by dolphins and sea lions. There are also firework shows at the Sea World on summer nights. Other than watching marine creatures, visitors can also enjoy the thrilling roller coaster rides or climb the Sky Tower to take in the urban view of San Diego.
Golden Gate Park
San Francisco·United States
4.5/5
350 Reviews
City Park
One hundred and fifty years ago, this 1000-acre park was a windswept sand dune. To this day, its autumnal music festival, Outsidelands, is an homage to its former moniker. These days, you'll find the same serenity with a myriad of attractions -- art museums, a Japanese tea garden, a Shakespeare garden, even a buffalo paddock. Or, get active -- hike, ride horseback, learn archery or feed ducks at any one of three ponds. What Central Park is to New York, Golden Gate Park is to San Francisco. Stretching from the Panhandle to Ocean Beach, Golden Gate Park is over 1,000 acres of gardens, lakes, and cultural institutions. The deYoung art museum and family-friendly Academy of Sciences can be found near the Japanese Tea Garden, an elaborate maze of sculpted landscape leading up to a tea house. Rent a paddleboat at Stow Lake, or watch members of the San Francisco Model Yacht Club race their handmade boats around Spreckels Lake. While there are a number of homeless encampments throughout the grounds, it doesn't take away from the park's beauty. Just look at the Conservatory of Flowers, the blooming plantlife at the Botanicals Gardens, and the ocean views from the top floor of Beach Chalet.
Mount Royal Park
Montreal·Canada
4.5/5
172 Reviews
City Park
Mount Royal Park is located on the top of the Royal Hill in downtown Montreal and was designed by world-renowned designer Olmsted, who designed New York's Central Park. The Mount Royal Park is lush and beautiful, with a view from several observation decks on the top of the mountain. The high-rise buildings and criss-cross streets in the city are all in a good position. It is a good place for a relaxing holiday.

Parks in North America

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