The 8 Underrated US Cities Worth Visiting

Bethlehem, Pennsylvania offers a vibrant alternative to Philadelphia. Home to Musikfest, the nation s largest free music festival, Bethlehem boasts rich industrial history at the National Museum of Industrial History

In Greenwich, Connecticut, just a train ride away from New York City, visitors find a diverse and walkable city with summer polo matches, European-inspired accommodations like Delamar

Tacoma, Washington presents a family-friendly alternative to Seattle, with art, culture, and outdoor activities minus the crowds. Visitors can enjoy free blueberry picking at Charlotte s Blueberry Park

McMinnville, Oregon captivates visitors with its wineries, craft breweries, and vibrant culinary scene. The Atticus Hotel, McMinnville s first full-service boutique property, offers unique accommodations

Missoula, Montana goes beyond its college town status, offering outdoor adventures like trout fishing, mountain biking, and glamping experiences. Downtown revitalization efforts bring new dining

Traverse City, Michigan has earned its reputation as "the Hamptons of Michigan" with its dining, wineries, and festivals like the National Cherry Festival. Visitors can stay at Hotel Indigo

Eau Claire, Wisconsin is a creative hub often likened to Austin, Texas. Live music, farm-to-table fare at The Lakely, and boutique accommodations like The Oxbow Hotel draw visitors seeking a vibrant cultural scene.

Bloomington, Indiana boasts progressive dining options and a vibrant student culture, with attractions like Upland Brewing Co. s Wood Shop and Indiana s largest farmer s market appealing to visitors