The most Instagrammable locations in the U.S.
When it comes to Instagram-worthy locations, there are a few cities which will leave you in awe, and leave your followers green with envy.
From Santa Barbara Beach to the Grand Canyon, leading entertainment company Playpicks has created an interactive tool, which lists 20 of the most hashtagged locations, as well as other Instagram ready locations such as art museums, aquariums, and festivals.
In 2018, if you don’t take a photo, it’s like it never happened. Social platforms like Instagram act as outlets which let us explore places we’ve never seen before – one search of a hashtag and you’ll have everything at your fingertips. But where are the most tagged places in America?
New research from entertainment experts PlayPicks uncovers the most shared locations in the USA, delving into categories from beaches to arenas and festivals, to uncover the most Instagrammable hotspots in the US. Alongside this, PlayPicks ran a survey of the US public to reveal just how reliant the nation is on social media, in particular when it comes to traveling.
Top Most Hashtagged Places in the U.S.
PlayUSA have scoured Instagram to find the top 20 hashtagged places spanning over nine different categories. These are the top five most hashtagged locations overall in the U.S for Instagrammers:
• Disneyland Anaheim – Not just where dreams come true, but also where hashtags are made. Disneyland was built in 1955 and has since received 19,783,733 Insta shares. Considering the fact that they had an estimated attendance last year of 18.3 million, it’s of no surprise that it’s the most hashtagged location in America. It’s sister park in Florida, Disneyland Magic Kingdom, takes the second spot on the most hashtagged list at 9,400,298 posts.
• Miami Beach – This man-made beach has 8,673,724 shares on Instagram, making it the most Instagrammed beach in the US – and with 15.22 square miles of beautiful, golden sand and relaxation, it’s easy to see why you can’t help but take one for your grid.
• Central Park – One of two of New York’s offerings in the top 10 list (the other being Times Square) is its first major landscape park. The park’s construction started in 1857 and upon its completion, it became one of the most popular tourist destinations – having approximately 40 million visitors a year and 6,104,544 shares on Instagram.
• Long Beach, Los Angeles, California
• Santa Cruz Beach, Santa Cruz, California
• Venice Beach, Los Angeles, California
• Grand Canyon
• Epcot, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida
• Santa Barbara Beach, Santa Barbara, California
• Key West, Monroe, Florida
• Yosemite, Mariposa, California
• Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, California
• Palm Beach, Palm beach, Florida
• Newport Beach, Orange, California
• Huntington Beach• Orange, California
• Myrtle Beach, S.C.
• Laguna Beach, Orange, California