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7 Fun Things to Do in Indianapolis

7 Fun Things to Do in Indianapolis

Whether you call it the Crossroads of America, Circle City, Naptown, or Railroad City, there is so much to do and see in Indiana’s capital city. Here are seven fun things to do in Indianapolis. A special thanks to The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site, Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum, and Visit Indy …

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12 Famous Graves to Visit in Arlington National Cemetery (After You’ve Paid Respect to JFK)

12 Graves to Visit in Arlington National Cemetery After You've Paid Respect to JFK

More than three million people visit Arlington National Cemetery annually. While President Kennedy’s eternal flame and the Tomb of the Unknowns are the most visited destinations within the 624-acre site, here are 12 other Arlington Cemetery notable graves. While there is no fee to visit Arlington National Cemetery and pay respect to the heroes buried …

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Arlington House – How Robert E. Lee’s Home Became a National Cemetery

Arlington House - An Interesting Circle of Karma

High on a hill just above John F. Kennedy’s grave at Arlington National Cemetery stands a commanding building that looks like a Greek temple. Arlington House, the former mansion of General Robert E. Lee, has a fascinating history. Built by slaves at the direction of George Washington’s grandson, the property was confiscated when Robert E. Lee …

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34 Facts I Learned About the 34th President by Visiting the Eisenhower Library, Museum, and Boyhood Home

34 Facts I Learned About the 34th President by Visiting the Eisenhower Library, Museum, and Boyhood Home

While states like Virginia, Ohio, and Texas have been home to multiple presidents, Kansas is the home of just one, Dwight D. Eisenhower. The hard-working farm boy from Abilene, Kansas, graduated from West Point and helped change the course of history by directing the largest amphibious assault in history on D-Day. Here are 34 facts …

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