Barnard 92 is a terrific dark nebula to view from a dark site. Look for a small black “hole” (not a real black hole!) silhouetted against the northwest corner of M24.
M17: From the “kite” inside M24, look to the north for a slender, south-pointing triangle of dim stars. M17, the famous omega nebula, is just to the triangle’s east.
M16, better known as the eagle Nebula, is north of M17, across the border into Serpens Cauda. My 10×50 binoculars show about a dozen stars here, all belonging to the Eagle’s associated star cluster, and just the slightest hint of the nebulosity that makes this such a spectacular sight through large telescopes.