81 West Virginia Facts And Weird Laws

West Virginia Facts

West Virginia boasts the best of the East Coast’s beautiful scenery. West Virginia is a forested mountainous state filled with rivers, hiking trails, camping sites, and ski resorts.  From the historic Harpers Ferry to the celebrated golf courses in Greenbrier, West Virginia offers an unparalleled adventure. Did you know that West Virginia has a bunker? … Read more

76 Washington Facts And Weird Laws

Washington Facts

Millions of people visit Washington per year, generating about $21 billion annually. Why do tourists prefer Washington? Washington state, the Evergreen State, is a paradise for natural beauty, landmarks, and calm city life.  Other than outdoor activities, the state boasts beautiful islands, lush rainforests, and sleeping volcanoes that draw visitors. You can explore the state’s … Read more

97 Tennessee Facts and Weird Laws

Tennessee Facts

Tennessee became the 16th state of the Union in 1796. Tennessee outperformed all the states in 2020 in tourism with $16.8 Billion in Visitor spending even during Covid-19. The most visited National Park of the United States is the Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Tennessee. Are you thinking of visiting or moving to Tennessee? … Read more

95 Pennsylvania Facts And Weird Laws

Pennsylvania Facts

Pennsylvania is one of the founding states in United States history.  The Keystone State was key in building the United States.  Many historical events took place here, including drafting the US Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, and even the Gettysburg Address. Other than that, tourists can visit the various landmarks in the state. The battle … Read more

93 Ohio Facts And Weird Laws

Ohio Facts

The 7th most populous state in the United States of America, Ohio, is located in the Midwest region of the United. Ohio is the birthplace of seven Presidents and the mother of Aviation. Besides its rich history, beautiful attractions dot the state to give tourists a fun-filled adventure.  You can explore the Amish culture, go … Read more

73 New Hampshire Facts and Weird Laws

New Hampshire Facts

New Hampshire attained statehood on June 21, 1788. It was the ninth state to join the Union. New Hampshire has many nicknames, The Granite State, Mother of River, the White Mountain State, and Switzerland of America.  New Hampshire, one of the original 13 colonies, was the first state to have its state constitution. Its spirit … Read more

80 Nebraska Facts And Weird Laws

Nebraska Facts

Nebraska boasts impressive natural attractions and vibrant cities. Many people overlook this state, not knowing how unique its landscape is. The scenic sandhills and Chimney Rock are places you can visit in Nebraska. You can visit the various cultural and historic centers to appreciate this state’s history and culture. The University of Nebraska State Museum … Read more

73 Massachusetts Facts and Weird Laws

73 Massachusetts Facts

Massachusetts attained statehood in 1788. It became the first state to join the Union. Massachusetts has many nicknames, The Bay State, The Old Colony State, Pilgrim State, and The Codfish State.  Massachusetts is one of the original 13 colonies and one of the six New England states. It was officially called a commonwealth. The Bay … Read more

72 Kentucky Facts And Weird Laws

Kentucky Facts

Other than the famous Kentucky Derby, Kentucky is the birthplace of the Louisville Slugger baseball bat. Nicknamed the Bluegrass state, Kentucky has a rich historical culture and offers everyone a wide range of attractions. The stunning caves and hot springs that dot this state makes it one of the top tourist destinations in the US.  … Read more

84 Idaho Facts and Weird Laws

Idaho Facts

What’s unique about Idaho?  Idaho is a northwestern state of the United States. It’s popular for its mountainous landscapes, outdoor recreation areas, and protected wilderness. If you want to have a view of the amazing landmarks standing in this state, it’s time to take that ride! Before that, let’s take a tour of Idaho with … Read more