The World's Most-Visited Tourist Attractions

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Think the Empire State Building, Grand Canyon and the Eifel Tower are the most-visited tourist attractions in the world? Think again.

Rankings
2015 Annual visitors Location
1 39,668,221 Las Vegas Strip, Nevada
2 39,200,000 Times Square, New York City
3 37,500,000 Central Park, New York City
4 32,850,000 Union Station, Washington, D.C.
5 22,500,000 Niagara Falls, New York
6 21,600,000 Grand Central Terminal, New York City
7 18,000,000 Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston
8 17,536,000 Disneyworld's Magic Kingdom, Orlando
9 15,963,000 Disneyland Park, Anaheim
10 15,300,000 Forbidden City, Beijing
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