8 UNREAL PLACES IN THE U.S. YOU HAVE TO SEE TO BELIEVE
The Grand Prismatic Spring in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, is a stunningly colorful hot spring that looks like a rainbow.
Antelope Canyon in Arizona is a slot canyon with smooth, flowing walls that seem to change color with the light.
The Wave in Arizona is a rock formation made of sandstone that looks like a wave that has been frozen in time.
The Fly Geyser in Nevada is a man-made geothermal geyser that spews hot water and steam into the air.
The natural pool and waterfall at the Hamilton Pool Preserve in Texas appear like they belong in a fairy tale. The preserve is located in the state of Texas.
Alaska is home to a natural phenomena known as the Northern Lights, which are characterized by a dazzling display of multicolored lights in the night sky.
The Crystal Cave in Wisconsin is a cavern that is stuffed to the brim with sparkling crystals that reflect light in a mesmerizing show.
The Glass Beach in California is a beach covered in smooth, colorful glass pebbles that were created by years of dumping trash into the ocean.