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100

This tourist attraction is a giant sculpture in South Dakota 

Mount Rushmore National Memorial:
Completed in 1941 under the direction of Gutzon Borglum and his son Lincoln, the sculpture's roughly 60-ft.-high granite faces depict U.S. presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln. The site also features a museum with interactive exhibits.  

100

Maui is a popular place located in the state of _____

Hawaii!

100

This popular place is said to "never sleep"

NYC! The Big Apple boasts so many things to do that it puts most of its U.S. peers to shame. Whether you choose to spend the day perusing The Metropolitan Museum of Art's exhibits, catching a show on Broadway or trying the city's famous pizza, chances are you'll never get bored there. When you need some respite from the city's busy street life and soaring skyscrapers, retreat to scenic Central Park or the artsy High Line.

100

This popular place is a 277 mile long hole in Arizona

Vast in scale, the Grand Canyon averages 10 miles across and a mile deep along its 277-mile length. The Colorado River weaves its way throughout the canyon, making it a top destination for whitewater rafting. If you'd like a bird's eye view, a helicopter tour is another excellent way to view this impressive natural wonder.

200

This famous city is home to the biggest rivals of the Yankees

Located along the Eastern Seaboard, Boston is a city of history. The famous Freedom Trail leads past some of the city's most famous and historic sites, making sightseeing and navigating through the city extremely easy.
Picturesquely situated along the oceanfront, with ferries connecting the outer suburbs, Boston has a unique charm. Modern skyscrapers stand next to centuries-old buildings, and open public spaces, like Boston Common, give the city a quaint, small-town feel. The city also has a strong arts and cultural scene, and is home to the famous Boston Pops Orchestra.

200

This state capital is popular for its iconic crescent beach backed by palms and high-rise hotels, with volcanic Diamond Head crater looming in the distance.

Honolulu is famed for its iconic crescent beach backed by palms and high-rise hotels, with volcanic Diamond Head crater looming in the distance. Nearby, you could visit the USS Arizona Memorial to learn about the World War II attack on Pearl Harbor.

200

This very important place is well-known because of a certain "house".

The nation's capital has a lot going for it. Other than the white house itself, some of its most popular places include iconic landmarks like the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. Plus, the city has a plethora of Smithsonian museums to explore.

200

Where could one find "Old Faithful"?

On March 1, 1872, Yellowstone became America's first national park. The park provides more than 900 miles of hiking trails and is visited by more than 4 million tourists every year. Yellowstone has deep canyons, alpine rivers, lush forests, hot springs and gushing geysers, including its most famous, Old Faithful. It's also home to hundreds of animal species, including bears, wolves, bison, elk and antelope. 

300

This popular state has the capital "Helena"

Montana is one of the best states to visit in the US; plain and simple. The likes of St. Mary’s Lake, Whitefish, and the Grinnell Glacier are all there waiting for you.
Every day, more and more people are visiting, and many fear that it will lose its rustic charm (Glacier National Park certainly feels a bit overrun in the summer).

300

This is an attention-grabbing city/beach in Florida that starts with "M" and is 5 letters long

Take a number of diverse cultures, add a strong dose of the arts and a splash of ocean water, and you have Miami. Just a century ago, this colorful Floridian city was covered in swampland.

300

This well-loved city in Illinois, C_____, lies on the shores of Lake Michigan 

Chicago is a great summer destination, with parks and a beautiful waterfront.
The Magnificent Mile, along Michigan Avenue, is the city's most famous area, with high-end luxury stores and galleries, along with famous buildings and outstanding architecture. Some of the tourist highlights include Millennium Park, the Art Institute of Chicago, Navy Pier, and the views from the Willis Tower SkyDeck.

300

This popular place is "where stars are born".

A larger-than-life symbol of the entertainment business, Hollywood beckons tourists with landmarks like TCL Chinese Theatre and star-studded Walk of Fame. Highlights include Paramount Pictures, historic music venues like the Hollywood Bowl, and Dolby Theatre, home of the Oscars.

400

This is a popular city in Washington that rhymes with the word "cattle"

In the northwest corner of the US is the lovely coastal city of Seattle. Surrounded by water and snow-capped mountains, the city is reminiscent of Vancouver, Canada.
Key sights in the city include the impossible-to-miss Space Needle, the lively Pike Place Market, and the waterfront. Within easy day-tripping distance of the city are beautiful beaches, the Hoh Rain Forest, and mountain landscapes.

400

This city in Florida is home to "Epcot"

Orlando is famed for its theme parks, including Walt Disney World and Universal Studios.

400

This great lake is the world's second largest lake (second only to the Caspian Sea) and the world's largest freshwater lake by area

Lake Superior is the world's second largest lake. It's one of those Great Lakes that we learned about in 4th-grade geography, and one of the clearest freshwater lakes in the world. 

400

This National Park is most popular for its giant redwood trees and waterfalls

Yosemite National Park has numerous waterfalls, including towering Yosemite Falls, which is one of the tallest waterfalls in the world. Yosemite is also home to Mariposa Grove, which contains more than 500 giant sequoia (redwood) trees 

500

One of the rainiest and most lush places in the USA is the O         Peninsula

The Olympic Peninsula- The forests here are so vibrant that they’re even categorized as “rainforest.” Many remark that upon visiting the peninsula, they’ve never seen so many shades of green in their life.  

500

This city in Louisiana, New O____, is the best place to celebrate Mardi Gras

The highlight of New Orleans' calendar year is Mardi Gras, when elaborate costumes and outrageous floats light up the streets, music can be heard everywhere, and the celebrations seem never-ending.
The culture of New Orleans has strong French and Spanish influences, and is more reminiscent of the Caribbean than the United States.

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What is your #1 place in America on your bucket list to go visit?

(I want to see different underground caves throughout the country)

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You can find beautiful desert landscapes in the popular city of P____, Arizona

Phoenix is a huge, sprawling city that attracts large numbers of northerners during the winter months, who come here to escape the cold weather.
You may want to pack your golf clubs because the city is known in particular for its world-class golf resorts.

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