5 must-visit attractions in the US for dog-lovers
Can you imagine living inside the tummy of a giant puppy? AWW Issue 1: Meow & Woof has collected the stamps of the most canine attractions in the United States. Make sure you add these places into your travel bucket list so you won’t miss them out!
Address: 3201 State Highway 6 North Houston, Texas 77084, United States of America
There are two bone-shaped ponds in the park, which are giant treats to both people and their furry ride or die! You will find a great variety of human-friendly amenities in the Dog Park, including the hike and bike trail and the skate park. Go and have fun now!
Address: 2421 Business Loop 95, Cottonwood, ID 83522, United State of America
Living inside the world’s two biggest beagles is an experience you will go for without thinking twice. The inn pays homage to the retro roadside lodgings that were once popular among the Americans. Go home with a pup carving created by a chainsaw artist couple to make your day.
Address: Westfield San Francisco Centre, 865 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94103, United States of America
Gillie and Marc’s public art piece is as good as the real paparazzi - they move from one place to another unobtrusively and often catch people off guard. Their recent exhibition at Westfield San Francisco Centre will last till 31 December 2020. Grasp your time and pay them a visit!
Address: 101 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10178, United States of America
The American Kennel Club (AKC) Museum of the Dog is now hosting an exhibition on residential dogs that lived in the White House. There is also a permanent exhibition with more than hundreds of canine-related art pieces. Try their “Find Your Match” and match yourself to the dog breeds you look most alike!
Address: 2301 Hardies Lane Santa Rosa, California 95403, United States of America
Situated in the city where Schulz spent his last 30 years, Charles M.Schulz museum presents the largest collection of the original Peanuts artwork. It is home to the 7000 strips the cartoonist had drawn, the tile mural made of 3588 Peanuts comic strips and more.