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The most Instagrammed locations in America

Disneyland in Anaheim is the most Instagrammed spot in California.

Disneyland in Anaheim is the most Instagrammed spot in California.  (iStock)

In an age when people go to great lengths for the perfect snap (here's looking at you, Prada Marfa), Busbud calculated the definitive guide for like-seekers across America. 

To complete the list of most Instagrammed locations in all 50 states, the website, which (by day) compares bus ticket prices around the world, counted up the most popular hashtags across the country. The list varies widely, from moms sharing photos at the Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha, Nebraska, to incredible vistas at Yellowstone National Park. Not surprisingly, Busbud found that national parks top the state-by-state list. Wine lovers clearly have a handle on Instagram, too, with wineries and vineyards coming in a close second as the most popular type of location. 


Here are a few snaps of our favorite picture-perfect spots around the country.

Alaska: Denali National Park

The Mountains will always be a mystery to me. #explorersgrantak

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California: Disneyland

Buttoned-up at #Disneyland60.

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Illinois: Wrigley Field


A photo posted by Nick Ulivieri (@nick_ulivieri) on

Louisiana: Bourbon Street, New Orleans

New Mexico: White Sands National Monument

Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium 

Tennessee: Dollywood

Dreaming of Dollywood... #chasingrainbows #dollywood #tennessee #dollyparton @goatlumps @kipcheers

A photo posted by Richard Chadwick (@karenfromfinance) on

Washington, D.C.: The White House

#Washingtondc #whitehouse #justnippedoutoftheoffice #wheresthepresident?

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