The 10 Most Underrated Capital Cities in the US Ranked  

Providence, Rhode Island: Boston and New York are close by, but Providence has a lot to offer: a rich history, a thriving arts scene, and great food.

Even though Harrisburg isn't as well-known as Pittsburgh or Philadelphia, it has a beautiful riverfront, historic buildings, and a cultural scene that's growing.

Vermont's Montpelier is the smallest state capital in the United States. It is a peaceful place with a strong sense of community, surrounded by beautiful scenery.

It is the capital of Iowa and is known as a great place to live. Des Moines, Iowa, has a strong economy and a thriving arts and culture scene.

Juneau, Alaska: Juneau is a unique capital city tucked away in the beautiful Alaskan wilderness. It is surrounded by beautiful nature and lots of chances to go on outdoor adventures.

Little Rock, Arkansas: The capital city of Arkansas has a long history that includes a part in the Civil Rights Movement. It also has a lot of cultural sites and outdoor activities to enjoy.

In Topeka, Kansas, there are many museums and a city with a lot of history. One of these is the Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site.

Concord, New Hampshire: The downtown area of Concord is known for its charm, historic buildings, and easy access to outdoor activities in the area.

You can easily get to the Willamette Valley wine region from Salem, Oregon, which is the state capital. The city has a laid-back vibe and a huge craft beer scene.

Bismarck, North Dakota: Along the Missouri River, Bismarck has both outdoor activities and cultural sites, such as the North Dakota Heritage Centre.

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