Tag Archives: 10 British Things About U.S. Cities

10 British Things About Alexandria, VA

Alexandria, VA, may be just minutes away from Washington D.C., but there’s no risk of this vibrant city slipping into the capital’s shadow.

10 British Things About Orange County, CA

“Wee Britain,” the British-themed section of Orange County, CA, as seen in Arrested Development, may not technically exist, but why can’t we make up our own version?

10 British Things About Bergen County, NJ

New Jersey, particularly Bergen County, is a logical location for British expats to migrate to, being just a hop, skip and a jump from New York City. While the bustling city can be alluring at first glance, the slower pace of the towns ...

10 British Things About Charleston, West Virginia

West Virginia is in a funny spot in the U.S., it’s known as the most southern northern state and simultaneously the most northern southern state.

10 British Things About Fargo, ND

Fargo, ND became a household name when the Coen brothers’ auspicious dark comedy Fargo hit theaters in 1996. Sixteen years later, FX’s TV series Fargo is actually filmed in Calgary, Alberta, but that doesn’t stop ...

10 British Things About Columbia, South Carolina

The Columbia Regional Visitors Center highlights Columbia, South Carolina’s most popular attractions including Riverbanks Zoo & Garden, South Carolina State Museum, Saluda Shoals Park and Congaree National Park (just outside of ...

10 British Things About Portland, Maine

Portland, Maine topped Forbes‘ 2013 list of best cities for jobs, coming in at number one. With the job nailed down you can enjoy the niceties of Maine’s largest city like exploring Old Port, the Downtown District; picking ...

10 British Things About Richmond, VA

Richmond, VA was just named one of Frommer’s Top Destinations in the world, one of only three U.S. locations.

10 British Things About Hartford, CT

Hartford, Connecticut is the birthplace of the Boys & Girls Club of America. In addition to public service, the state capital was the first city to broadcast FM radio.

10 British Things About Jackson, MS

Jackson, Mississippi is referred to as “The City with Soul.” You can get to know the city’s music heritage by taking a drive down the Historic Farish Street or visiting markers on the Mississippi Blues Trail.