Top 5: Favorite Landmarks From Our Users

We asked our ambassadors what their must-see destinations and landmark in their city was, and we wanted to share them with you! Here are our top 5 favorites below:

1. San Francisco: Moraga Steps

 Andrew Chang: “The Moraga Steps really showcases the vibrancy of San Francisco.”

Fun Fact: This 163 step fun find has been worked on since January 2003 by the whole neighborhood.

Location: 16th and Moraga in San Francisco

2. Chicago: Wrigley Field

Amanda Pfoser:Home of the 2016 World Champs!”

Fun Fact: Wrigley Field used to be called “Wheegman Park” (http://bit.ly/2mjCCQB)

Location: 1060 W Addison St, Chicago, IL 60613

3.  Austin, Texas: HOPE Outdoor Gallery

Lauren Parra:I love this place because of the great local art, the beautiful view of downtown Austin and the message behind the HOPE movement.”

Fun Fact: This once failed condominium complex is now reborn as a paint park and is managed by a non profit called HOPE. The park was developed to provide muralists and street artist the opportunity to display large scale art pieces driven by inspirational and positive messages.

Location: 1101 Baylor St, Austin, TX 78703

4. City of Coronado a.k.a Paradise City

Tami Concon:I love Coronado because it sits right in the middle of our San Diego bay. On one side of the island you could see the skyline and Coronado bridge. On the other side, an historic landmark called, Hotel Del, is known for its ghost stories and seaside views. Partner that view with the surrounding beaches and the smell of Mexican food. It’s the perfect way to watch the sunset and experience some world famous weather.”

Fun Fact: At night and/or in the early morning hours, you can occasionally hear the mock gunfire of Navy SEALS in BUDS training.

Locations: Coronado, California

5. Los Angeles, California: Universal Studios

Cathy Bautista: “Harry Potter World at Universal Studios Hollywood is one of my favorite places to be!”

Fun Fact: The Executive Chef at Universal Orlando spent three years creating the Harry Potter Park’s Menu.

Location: 100 Universal City Plaza, Universal City, CA 91608

 

Thank you to all of our Prynt ambassadors for suggesting such beautiful places across the U.S.! Tag us your favorite landmarks wherever you are through Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. You can also comment down below to let us know where your favorite landmark is and tell us why!