91 Connecticut Facts And Weird Laws

Connecticut Facts

Connecticut occupies the southernmost region of New England. Known as the Constitution State, Connecticut was key to forming the United States.  Connecticut’s museums are rich in United States history and the state’s cultural heritage. Whether you want to explore the scenic lakes, crashing waterfalls, or lush forests, Connecticut has everything you may need. Learn more … Read more

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

86 Indiana Facts and Weird Laws

Indiana Facts

The Hoosier State is rich in history, culture, and educational escapes. Fort Wayne, Lafayette, and Bloomington are cities you can visit other than Indianapolis–the state’s capital– to explore the state. Even though the famous Indianapolis 500 takes place in May every year, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum on site is open throughout the year. Today, … 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

73 Vermont Facts and Weird Laws 

Vermont Facts

Vermont is the second smallest state in the USA. A state in the New England region of the United States. Vermont attained statehood on March 4, 1791. It was the 14th State in the Union. Also famous with the nickname of The Green Mountain State. Vermont was one of the first states to outlaw slavery. … 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

79 Hawaii Facts and Weird Laws

Hawaii Facts

Hawaii is one of the 50 states of the United States. Hawaii became the 50th state of the United States on August 21, 1959. It is the only state in the tropics that is not in North America and is an island nation. Hawaii is one of four US states that were once sovereign nations, … Read more