Cold Weather: Wyoming
This state is the best US place to find western history and is full of stories from Native Americans and mountain men from the area. Since 1936, visitors and locals have gathered together at Green River Rendezvous Days to experience historical exhibits and an authentic merchants row. Pinedale also hosts a small-town parade and a delicious pancake breakfast as a bonus.
Spend your mid-summer here on a luxury road trip, and explore Grand Teton and Yellowstone and then head north into the heart of Big Sky Country and spend some time channeling your inner cowboy on an authentic ranch. From a tutorial with a National Geographic wildlife photographer to a day with one of the country’s leading naturalists, Wyoming’s got plenty of activities to keep you busy.
Warm Weather: Boston
While other destinations are experiencing high temperatures this month, Boston only climbs to about 80 degrees, making this the perfect time for sightseeing along the Freedom Trail or relaxing in the Boston Public Garden. You should also plan on catching a Red Sox game at Fenway or make your way across the Charles River to walk the grounds of Harvard University… without the students.
And of course, your visit wouldn’t be complete without eating the authentic Italian cuisine in the North End and fresh seafood in the Seaport District. A well-rounded trip to Boston incorporates the classic with the contemporary, so split up your time between beloved sites like the Paul Revere House and modern attractions like the Museum of Fine Arts. No matter what you choose to see and do, one thing is for sure. You’ll need more than just a few days to experience this best US place’s wealth of offerings!