The Assembly Hall of the 10-acre Temple Square was built in 1879, in the Gothic Victorian style. It was the second permanent structure built on Temple Square, and is home to the famous Seagull Monument directly in front of the hall. Presently, the hall is home to free concerts and works as overflow seating for LDS conferences.
Located just off the Intracoastal Waterway in Jacksonville Beach, this family amusement center offers a water park with a wave pool, 12 slides, spray nozzles and Florida's only uphill water coaster. There's also miniature golf, an arcade, go-karts and laser tag.
Artist Erik Linton has always been intrigued by natural patterns and textures in nature. His goal is to change the way we look at ordinary things. With his tree ring series, he wants to bring the beauty of the natural world into our homes. His wood grain art print is featured in DIY Network's Blog Cabin 2015.
Western heritage -- and big bucks -- draw championship cowboys and cowgirls to the annual Dodge City Roundup. Since its start in 1977, the 10-day event has grown to include a payout of nearly $254,000, alongside an audience of more than 100,000 people.
When to go: Late July to early August