1960s Granville, Tennessee. An Andy Griffith museum, plywood cutouts of Andy, Barney, and Otis, and a patrol vehicle replica are all across Mayberry.
Chagrin Falls, a classic American hamlet 40 minutes southeast of Cleveland, contains a waterfall in the centre of town.
The "Bourbon Capitol of the World" preserves 18th-century life. Bardstown, Kentucky's second-oldest town, with 200 town centre buildings on the National Register.
Mackinac Island's well-known fudge shops "During the season, downtown businesses produce 10,000 pounds of fudge every day.
Bristol is home to the country's oldest Fourth of July parade "Volunteers plan to work for a year.
People dress in buckskin and compete in field tepees with flintlock muskets and tomahawks.
In 1829, Reverend William Bostwick planted the first vineyard in the Finger Lakes at Hammondsport.
Two blocks beyond the Hall, a local league plays at Doubleday Field, a tiny facility named for the sport's mythological originator. Attend the July induction ceremony.
The Madaket Ferry, historic taverns, Friday Night Markets, and Monthly Arts Alive events are great ways to experience Humboldt Bay's naval history.
Coupeville, Washington's second-oldest town, is stunning. Front Street in Coupeville features buildings that are over 100 years old.