America is home to more than 1,500 Miracle-Ear locations, representing 1,500 communities and neighborhoods, each with its own points of interest—and sometimes surprising attractions. If you're traveling with hearing aids, add these great American destinations to your bucket list.
If you go, be sure to visit Tonto Natural Bridge located northwest of Payson, believed to be the world’s largest natural travertine bridge (deposited from mineral springs). It towers over a 400-foot-long tunnel measuring 150 feet at its widest point and reaching a height of 183 feet.
If you go, be sure to visit Historic Charleston District, an area covering most of the peninsular heart of the city and featuring an unparalleled collection of 18th- and 19th-century architecture. Top attractions include the Dock Street Theatre, which was built as a hotel in 1809 and converted to a theater in 1935.
If you go, be sure to visit the Museum of Science and Innovation, where you can explore the state’s rich technological heritage through some of the region’s finest interactive exhibits. The city also offers miles of scenic walking and biking trails, as well as the fabulous Central Park Rose Garden.
If you go, be sure to visit Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park, ranked among the top 100 most-visited art museums worldwide by Art Newspaper. It features more than 200 works in the indoor and outdoor collections. The city is also known for its many craft breweries.
If you go, be sure to visit the Old Market Entertainment District, a historic area that has been transformed into a lively shopping, dining and nightlife destination. From quaint cafes and boutiques to street musicians and jazz clubs, there’s something for everyone.
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If you go, be sure to visit the Oregon Zoo, where you can see more than 2,000 animals from around the world in an afternoon. The zoo is renowned for its conservation work and elephant breeding program, and is home to 21 endangered species and 30-plus threatened species.
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