Do You Know Where in the United States You Can Find These Things?

By: Gavin Thagard

Do You Know Where in the United States You Can Find These Things?
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About This Quiz

From sea to shining sea, the United States is filled with the opportunity for exploration and adventure. In fact, it would take a person a lifetime or more to explore the country inch by inch or state by state. How much do you know about some of the fun things to explore around the U.S.? Why don't you gas up that brain and find out with this quiz?

If you are gearing up to explore the United States, it's hard to decide where to start. There's so much fun and exploration to be had, and you don't want to miss out on any of it. Whether you are taking U.S. Route 101 up the West Coast or exploring the back roads of south Georgia, the country will not disappoint those looking for some adventure on the road. Of course, you might want to first make sure you're prepared and know what you are aiming for. 

Do you know where in the United States the biggest attractions call home? Can you identify the location of some of the most famous national parks or locate the memorials to important political and social figures? If you're up for the challenge, start this quiz and try to locate where these things are in the United States! 

If you're doing a cross-country trip, you'll want to stop at Mount Rushmore. What state's it in, though?
New York
Iowa
Delaware
South Dakota
Mount Rushmore features presidents George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln. The project began in 1927 and wasn't completed until 1941.

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An honor to the former president, where is the Lincoln Memorial?
Hodgenville, KY
Washington, D.C.
Abraham Lincoln helped usher in the rise of the Republican Party. The new party wanted to keep slavery out of Western territory, which they wanted to be left​ open for working whites.
Springfield, IL
Boston, MA

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At nearly two miles long, in what city is the Golden Gate Bridge?
San Francisco
The Golden Gate Bridge has become infamous for suicides. Harold Wobber, who was a WWI veteran, was the first person to commit suicide by jumping off the bridge.
Seattle
New York City
Richmond

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Known as the world's tallest arch, where can you find the Gateway Arch?
New Orleans
Atlanta
St. Louis
The Gateway Arch is made primarily of steel and concrete. At a cost of $13 million, the arch is as wide as it is tall.
Tampa

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In what national park will you find Old Faithful?
Zion National Park
Yellowstone National Park
Established in 1872, Yellowstone is the world's first national park. Situated in three different states, the park includes an array of geysers, steam vents and hot springs.
Arches National Park
Acadia National Park

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The oldest stadium in baseball, which city is home to Fenway​ Park?
Boston
Fenway Park opened in 1912 to house the Boston Red Sox. The park is famous for the Green Monster, which is one of the tallest outfield walls in all of baseball.
New York
Chicago
Philadelphia​

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A gift from France, where is the Statue of Liberty?
Savannah
Miami
Charleston
New York
The Statue of Liberty was set up in New York as a greeting for new immigrants coming to the United States. The statue is a representation of freedom for all.

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In which state is the breathtaking Grand Canyon?
North Dakota​
Minnesota
Arizona
Weather can vary drastically at the Grand Canyon. For example, the weather is much colder along the North Rim than in other areas of the canyon.
Texas

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Built in honor of George Washington, where will you find the Washington Monument?
Washington, D.C.
George Washington stepped down as the first president of the United States after only two terms in office. Considering his popularity, he could have served as long as he wanted but wanted to set an example for future leaders.
Richmond
Philadelphia
New York City

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A region known for being hot and wet, where are the Everglades?
Louisiana
Texas
New Mexico
Florida
During the Seminole Wars, many Seminoles in Florida refused to relocate to the American West. Instead, they retreated into the Everglades where land was unappealing​ to white settlers.

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Which city is home to the bright lights of Hollywood?
San Diego
Austin
Los Angeles
Thomas Edison inadvertently helped create Hollywood. Since he held patents on film equipment, filmmakers were forced to move to California to avoid legal actions.
Portland

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The location of a bloody Civil War battle, in which state is Gettysburg​?
Virginia
Pennsylvania​
Gettysburg was the deadliest battle of the Civil War. By the time the battle ended, Confederate General Robert E. Lee's army was annihilated and the tide of the war was turned.
North Carolina
Kentucky

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Where is the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site?
Birmingham
Washington, D.C.
Atlanta
Martin Luther King Jr. was a leader of the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s. He was famous for his non-violent approach to change.
Nashville

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Part of the French Quarter, which city is known for Bourbon Street?
St. Louis
New Orleans
New Orleans was once the capital of French territory in Louisiana. The city was included in the Louisiana Purchase of 1803, which vastly expanded U.S. territory.
San Antonio
Miami

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To all of the car experts, where is the Henry Ford Museum?
Detroit
Henry Ford revolutionized the car industry in the early 20th century. His method of mass production provided a larger portion of the U.S. populace with access to vehicles.
Pittsburgh
Madison
Indianapolis

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Named after John F. Kennedy, in which state is the Kennedy Space Center?
Alabama
Texas
Vermont
Florida
John F. Kennedy was a major proponent of space exploration. In 1961, he made a promise that America would put a man on the moon before the end of the decade.

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Once the world's tallest building, where is the Empire State Building?
Boston
New York City
The Empire State Building was largely a result of a race to build the world's tallest building. The main competition in the late 1920s was the Chrysler Building, which is also located in Manhattan.
Chicago
Atlanta

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In which state will an outdoorsman find the Mesa Verde National Park?
Oregon
Oklahoma
Arkansas
Colorado
The Mesa Verde National Park was once home to the Pueblo tribe of North America. The park was created by Theodore Roosevelt to preserve the former homes of the tribe.

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A famous golf tournament, where are The Masters held each year?
California
Florida
Georgia
The Masters Tournament was started by Bobby Jones, a former amateur golfer. Jones retired before the tournament was established, but he did help design the course with architect Alister MacKenzie.
South Dakota

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An important center of the American Revolution, where is Faneuil Hall?
Boston
Faneuil Hall is a market place established in 1743. The hall was a famous meeting location for Revolutionary leaders like Samuel Adams and James Otis.
Jamestown
Williamsburg
Philadelphia

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Which state is home to the Carlsbad Caverns?
New Mexico
Located in the Guadalupe Mountains, the Carlsbad Caverns consist of over 100 caves. The most popular cave for tourists is known as the show cave which includes guided tours.
Washington
Idaho
Mississippi

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Made up of several amusement parks, where is Walt Disney World?
Austin
Orlando
Families from all over the United States travel to Walt Disney World each year. The entire resort is made up of four theme parks and hundreds of hotels and restaurants.
San Fransisco
New York City

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Established in 1890, in which state will you find Yosemite National Park?
Colorado
Kansas
Wisconsin
California
The Yosemite National Park is famous for its giant sequoias. The most famous of these trees was the Wawona Tunnel Tree which fell down in 1969.

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If you're looking for the president, they're probably in the White House. Where is it, though?
New York City
Richmond
Washington, D.C.
The White House is a neoclassical residence designed by James Hoban. It has been the home of the President of the United States since 1800, when John Adams took up residence.
Philadelphia

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A shield volcano, where is Kilauea?
Washington
Alaska
Hawaii
Kilauea is the youngest of the five volcanoes that make up Hawaii. For the most part, the volcano has been erupting continuously since 1983.
Wyoming

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For fans of horse racing, in which city is the Churchill Downs?
Louisville
The first racing event at Churchill Downs was on May 17, 1875. The event was divided into three races, with the Kentucky Derby being the featured race of the day. The Kentucky Derby was won by Aristides, a young chestnut colt.
Cleveland
Nashville
Little Rock

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An iconic sports arena, where is Madison Square Garden?
Boston
Philadelphia
Baltimore
New York City
Opened in 1968, the current Madison Square Garden is the fourth of its name. Though it's commonly known as the home of the Rangers from the NHL and the Knicks from the NBA, Madison Square Garden has hosted an array of events from boxing to professional wrestling.

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Not known as a place you want to go swimming, in which state will you find Niagara Falls?
Vermont
New York
Niagara Falls sits on the border between the United States and Canada. Though it looks like one massive waterfall, the falls are actually a series of three waterfalls coming together.
Wisconsin
North Dakota

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The former home of George Washington, where is Mount Vernon?
Vermont
Maine
South Carolina
Virginia
The mansion at Mount Vernon appears to be built in stone. However, it's actually made of yellow pine siding, which was a cheaper option when it was constructed.

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Home of the Packers, where is Lambeau Field?
Green Bay
The Green Bay Packers are the only publicly owned NFL team. The team sells shares to fund projects like renovating Lambeau Field.
Cleveland
Baltimore
Minneapolis

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In which state is Bryce Canyon National Park?
New Mexico
Utah
Bryce Canyon's name can be deceiving because it's not actually a canyon. The natural landmark is an amphitheater instead, which is usually associated with man-made venues but can be found in nature as well.
Kansas
Nebraska

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If you're thirsty, where will you find the World of Coca-Cola?
Cincinnati
Morgantown
Atlanta
Coca-Cola became famous for its glass bottles shaped like a cocoa bean. During WWII, however, the company developed cans that could be shipped easily to soldiers.
St. Louis

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The highest mountain in North America, where can you find Mount McKinley?
Alaska
Alaska was the second to last state added to the Union, which it joined in 1959. The land that makes up Alaska was purchased from Russia in 1867.
Oregon
Washington
Wyoming

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Which city contains Wrigley Field, home of the Cubs?
Phoenix
Chicago
One of the oldest franchises in baseball, the Cubs won back-to-back World Series in 1907 and 1908. The team wouldn't win another World Series until 2016.
Austin
Denver

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Where will you find the beautiful Venice Beach?
Tampa
Miami
Los Angeles
Venice Beach is known as more than just a spot for enjoying the sun and swimming. The area is home to various shops, music and street performances.
Charleston

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