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Top 12 Most Boring US Destinations People Say You Shouldn’t Visit

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Our readers say that these are the most boring US destinations… Do YOU agree?

The US is a vibrant and exciting country that hosts various popular events yearly, attracting visitors worldwide. But not all places are created equal.

Must See Places took note of your comments over the years, and here’s what we learned: there are many boring US destinations that some folks claim you shouldn’t visit. But hey, who said boring can’t be intriguing?

So join us as we unravel the mystery of what makes these cities snooze fests. From seemingly uneventful landscapes to sleepy towns, we’ll explore every nook and cranny to find out what makes these places… not tick!

Continue reading as we shine a light on 12 seemingly boring US destinations, and tell us if you agree!

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3 thoughts on “Top 12 Most Boring US Destinations People Say You Shouldn’t Visit”

  1. I’ve lived in Henderson, NV for most of my life and don’t quite know why it’s on this list. My son, his wife and I went for a walk last night in an extremely interesting park/trail in a wash with abundant desert vegetation and amenities such as sports courts, amphitheaters, dog parks etc. Henderson has many urban parks for all sorts of activities including mountain biking and climbing. And, truthfully, you can’t separate it from Las Vegas for entertainment. Of which, Las Vegas calls itself the adult entertainment capital of the World. This fact is arguable, of course, but can be justified.

  2. Dismal Swamp/Chesapeake VA is the ABSOLUTE BEST! You just need to do it by boat. We’ve done it 4 times, and loved every minute! Stop at the Welcome Center and the State Park buildings for cool info. Amazing to find this next to Norfolk VA.

  3. It’s had that name for at least 50 years. I grew up in Kokomo 50 miles due north of Indy and moved to Denver Colorado only to return a few years ago. Culture shock is putting it mildly and not a lot has changed in the 45 or so years I was gone. Being bored isn’t even the worst part, it’s the crappy weather no matter what time of year. It’s humid and hot all summer with 2 weeks of autumn that is nice and then gray and ugly til spring for 6 windy weeks then it rains
    We do have a lot of fairs and festivals and car shows though, might be the DIY/craft capital of the

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