Key West, the country's southernmost point, is well known for its beaches, historic sites, vibrant nightlife, water sports, and conch-style architecture.
Sarah A. Mooney Museum
Through the tale of Aaron & Sarah Mooney, one of our early pioneer families, the museum depicts the growth of California agriculture in the San Joaquin Valley.
Clark Center For Japanese Art
The Clark Center, hidden among orchards just south of Hanford, California, gives a taste of Japan right in the middle of the Golden State
Hanford Carnegie Museum
The Carnegie Museum of Art, which has a collection of more than 34,000 items, is considered the first museum of contemporary art in the United States
Yosemite National Park
The waterfalls, imposing granite monoliths, vast valleys, and historic huge sequoias of Yosemite National Park are its most iconic features.
China Alley Historic District
The Alley round the Block and is brimming with the vintage charm of Hanford's Old Chinatown, which is now long gone.
Lemoore Naval Air Station
The largest and newest Master Jet Base in the Navy is NAS Lemoore. There is the home port for Strike Fighter Wing Pacific and its affiliated squadrons.
Universal Studios Hollywood
The largest and busiest film and television studio in the world, where you can also enjoy such real and immersive thrill coasters.
Sequoia National Park
The General Sherman tree, the biggest tree on Earth in terms of volume, is one of the park's famous enormous sequoia trees.