New Jersey. 1915-1998. Ranks among the most famous singers in the history of popular music
Is the second lowest lying international airport in the world, second only Schiphol
Home of “The Tomb of the Unknowns”
1980 Dir. Louis Malle. Burt Lancaster and Susan Sarandon.
Modern and contemporary international art. The popular architectural landmark was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Former Burbank-Glendale- Pasadena Airport (1978-2003)
Oldest and most prestigious flower show in US; since 1829
Writer, 1924-1984, Books, Breakfast at Tiffany's, In Cold Blood
1926-1967. Was one of the first United States astronauts, and the first to make more than one space flight
Part of the Smithsonian Institution.
Kentucky. February 12, 1809. 16th President of the U.S.A.
Opened in 1993; museum not recommended for young children
First Jewish Museum in America.
Exclusively to woman arts
Mississippi. Rock and Roll icon
1848-1933. Major stained-glass art nouveau designer
1863-1951. Famous publisher of newspapers and magazines
Part of the Smithsonian Institution. Includes the Renwick Gallery, Lunder Conservation Center, Luce Foundation Center for American Art, Nan Tucker McEvoy Auditorium, and Robert and Arlene Kogod Courtyard designed by Norman Foster.
Built in 1942-43 as a manufacturing plant for Douglas C-54's during World War II
Collections and exhibits from antiquities to modern times
American Civil War general and President
Part of the Smithsonian Institution. Closed for renovations. It was the original home of the National Museum.
One of the largest art museums in the world
Part of the Smithsonian Institution. Administrative offices and the Smithsonian Information Center. The Castle is the original Smithsonian Institution Building.
East Harlem, Manhattan. April 25, 1940. Actor
Is the principal commercial airport of the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area
Burial place of Aaron Burr
Built 1992. Measures gravatational waves
Second-largest airport in Texas after Dallas-Fort Worth Intl
Minneapolis-Saint Paul Intl Airport is the 19th largest airport in the world
Many members of the U.S. Congress who died while Congress was in session are interred here
Generosity & Hope; Nominee for the new 7 wonders
Burial place of Elvis Presley
Greenfield Township. The founder of the Ford Motor Company and father of modern assembly lines used in mass production.
"laissez les bons temps roulez"; America's biggest and funniest party
It is also home to the Aviation Museum of Kentucky
Originally known as Idlewild Airport, it is operated by the Port Authority of New York
Michigan. 1902-1974. Made the first solo nonstop flight across the Atlantic Ocean on May 20-21, 1927
Part of the Smithsonian Institution. Closed for renovations until Summer 2008. When it opens, maybe you can see Dorothy's ruby slippers, Evel Knievel's Harley-Davidson XR-750, Wally Amos' panama hat or a 1923 Yankee Stadium Ticket Booth.
In 1960 was voted the “greatest airport in the world” by the worldwide aviation community