81 North Dakota Facts And Weird Laws

North Dakota Facts

North Dakota has a vast landscape of lush woodlands, badlands, and natural wildlife you would love to explore. The historical sites and museums offer you a glimpse into the State’s culture and history.  Some of the popular outdoor places In North Dakota include Lake Sakakawea and Theodore Roosevelt National Park.  The State also has indoor … Read more

78 South Dakota Facts And Weird Laws

South Dakota Facts

Located in the central region of the US, South Dakota offers every reason to take a holiday. The state boasts historical monuments, cafes, and museums that keep tourists coming back. Monuments like Mount Rushmore are some of the unique features you will find in South Dakota. The state has parks, memorials, and cultural attractions that … Read more

73 Delaware Facts and Wired Laws

Delaware Facts

Delaware attained statehood on December 7, 1787. It became the first state to join the Union. Delaware has many nicknames, The First State, The Blue Hen State, The small Wonder State, and The Diamond State.  Corporate law is a major part of Delaware’s appeal as a corporate haven. Delaware is however much more than just … Read more

81 Virginia Facts and Weird Laws

Virginia Facts

Virginia is home to eight U.S. Presidents—no other state produced more United States Presidents than this state. Four out of the first U.S. presidents were born here. Monticello and Mount Vernon, two of the state’s top attractions, are both homes of presidents. Most of the Civil war Battlefields and the sites where the American Revolutionary … Read more

79 North Carolina Facts and Weird Laws

North Carolina Facts

Most people overlook North Carolina for other states.  The State has a long history that helped shape the United States.  You can visit the State to learn the history of this State, tour the attractions, or enjoy sports. Other than soybeans and sweet potatoes, North Carolina has produced some of the most famous people in … Read more

77 Iowa Facts and Weird Laws

Iowa Facts

Iowa’s midwestern charm sets this state apart from others. Iowa’s cities are welcoming and friendly; from Des Moines to Cedar Rapids, this state is the one you visit when you want to explore unique places. When you explore this state, you’ll gain knowledge, enjoy the adventure, and you are likely to draw inspiration from the … Read more

84 New York Facts and Weird Laws

New York Facts

Manhattan, one of the boroughs of New York City, is home to some of the most popular attractions in this state, including Times Square, Central Park, and the Empire State Building. While many people believe New York City has all of New York’s attractions, this assumption is far from the truth.   Natural beauty, as well … Read more

80 Illinois Facts and Weird Laws

Illinois Facts

Illinois is home to some of the most popular people in the world, including Walter Disney and Michelle Obama.  Over 114 million people visit this state per year. What’s unique about Illinois State that attracts such a record-setting number of tourists? Located in the Great Lakes Region, Illinois boasts the best shopping in the Midwest … Read more

77 Wisconsin Facts and Weird Laws

Wisconsin Facts

What is it like visiting Wisconsin?  You may know Wisconsin as one of the leading producers of dairy products. While that is true, Wisconsin boasts more than the dairy farms! Located in the Western United States in a region known as the Upper Midwest, Wisconsin offers a diverse landscape interlaced with hills and hiking trails. … Read more

76 Missouri Facts and Weird Laws

Missouri Facts

Over 18 million tourists visit Missouri historic sites and state parks per year. What is it about Missouri that attracts such huge numbers of people? Missouri state is located in the Western United States in a region popularly known as the Midwest.  Missouri has a long list of fun-filled experiences to offer.  This state is … Read more