States by Attractions

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The Talladega Superspeedway
Observation Park, an overlook of the longest runway of RDU
Arthur Bryant's Barbeque, which, among many other restaurants in the city, some people consider to have the best BBQ in the country.
Kennebunkport, a lobster-fishing town near George H. W. Bush's summer home
Site of an infamous defeat at the hands of General Santa Anna
Home of the Grand Ole Opry
Skyline Drive; Shenandoah National Park
Site of a National Memorial established October 7, 1997, for an incident two years prior
The real-life covered bridges of Madison County
Scranton, principal setting of 'The Office'
Waterfire, a series of canal bonfires, near an Ivy League university in the state's largest city
The nation's least populous state capital
The Bonneville Salt Flats
The CNN Center, whose atrium features the longest freestanding escalator in the world
Wall Drug; also, about 400 miles' worth of signs advertising it
The nearly two-millennium-old Pharr [Native American burial] Mounds, near mile 287 of the Natchez Trace Parkway
Site of the Battle of Little Bighorn, also known as Custer's Last Stand
The Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, the state's third-largest city
A National Historic Site honoring nine students who attended the capital city's Central High School
A monument northwest of the town of Lebanon, denoting the geographic center of the contiguous 48 states
The Mount Washington Cog Railway
Site of the world's largest hot air balloon festival, inaugurated in 1972
The largest beer-brewing facility in the world
(Quite literally) South of the Border, a tourist trap along I-95
The New River Gorge Bridge, over a valley in the Appalachians; for a while the highest (above-ground level) vehicular bridge in the Western Hemisphere
Devil's Tower, the nation's first National Monument
Forks, the setting for a popular series of vampire books
‘Iolani Palace, the only building that served as a royal palace, in the United States
The 2,063-foot KVLY-TV broadcast tower; tallest man-made structure in the world from 1963-1970 and 1991-2008
The United States Bullion Depository (which would be a more popular attraction if it were open to the public)
House on the Rock, a massive architectural spite to Frank Lloyd Wright near Taliesin, featuing the so-called 'world's largest indoor carousel'
Castillo de San Marcos -- a Spanish; British; Spanish, U.S.; Confederate; and U.S. fort.
Fort Clatsop, Lewis and Clark's camp for the winter of 1805–06
The Henry Ford Museum
At 450 feet, the tallest State Capitol building in the country
Nickelodeon Universe, which replaced Camp Snoopy in a famous mall
The Civil War battle site Antietam
London Bridge. Yes, that one.
Virginia City, a silver mining town once called 'the richest city in America'
The Rocky Hill Ferry: the oldest continuously operating ferry in the U.S.
The Spud Drive In [movie theater], in the town of Driggs, just west of a national park
Lucy the Elephant, just south of a popular gambling city
A 'museum-quality replica' of the Santa Maria, appropriately located in the state's largest city
Cloud Gate, a reflective bean-like sculpture in Millennium Park
The [University of] Notre Dame Stadium
Facebook headquarters
Katz's Delicatessan, where a woman wanted what Sally 'had'
The Dalton Highway, host to two seasons of a popular History Channel show
Rehoboth Beach; and tax-free places to stay nearby

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