I've been to a few interesting places in my life:
Benjamin Franklin's Philadelphia home
Edgar Allen Poe's Baltimore home
Stonewall Jackson's tomb, well for everything but his arm.
Washington DC, all inclusive, substituting the dept. of health and human services for the Smithsonian (not really interesting story as to how)
Fort Deaborn (I think that's the name of the fort near Detroit)
Henry Ford Museum, which included Abe Lincoln's Ford Theatre chair and Thomas Edison's last breath
Tiger Stadium - the best ballpark ever.
The Gateway Arch
The Space Needle
San Diego Zoo
Manassas (Bull Run)
San Jacinto Battleground
Golden Gate Bridge/park
San Francisco trolleys - tourist thing, had to be done
Namdaemun and Tongdaemun in Seoul
Both Continental Divides
Mason Dixon line
Sault Ste. Marie
4 of the Great Lakes - Lakes Superior, Huron, Erie and St. Claire
Empire State Building
Atlantic City Boardwalk
Gulf of Mexico
Mississippi River (on a riverboat!)
Cheers (the real one, in Boston).
I daresay I've played a bit of tourist in my day.