10 British Things in U.S. Cities

10 British Things About Tulsa, OK

In the early 19th century, members of the Lochapoka and Creek tribes named their newfound territory Tallasi, which means “old creek.” The name later changed to Tulsa when Mayor Colonel Edward E.

10 British Things About Spokane, WA

First home to the hunter-gatherer Spokane Tribe approximately eight to 12,000 years ago, and then to tradesmen of Canada’s Northwest Fur Company, 211,000 people of all nationalities have settled in Spokane, Washington. Spokane ...

10 British Things About Wichita, KS

Wichita is not only the largest city in Kansas, but the 49th largest city in the U.S. It’s known as the “Air Capital of the World,” home to several aircraft companies.

10 British Things About Kansas City, MO

Kansas City, MO was included on Frommer’s 2012 “Top Destinations” list based on the city’s plethora of cultural offerings including the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, the National World War I Museum and the ...

10 British Things About Albuquerque, NM

The city of Albuquerque, NM acted as the backdrop for AMC’s hit show Breaking Bad. The success of the show has become an attraction in itself, drawing viewers who want to retrace the characters’ steps.

10 British Things About Honolulu, HI

When you think of an ideal vacation spot, Honolulu, Hawaii comes to mind. The island getaway is filled with treasured landmarks like the Aloha Tower and Diamond Head Mountain.

10 British Things About New Orleans

New Orleans is full of culture. We found some Brit bits throughout the city. Check out 10 British Things About New Orleans: