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5 Little Known Facts About the Kennedy Family Graves at Arlington National Cemetery

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When President John F. Kennedy’s burial was televised on November 25, 1963, it was the first time Americans from coast to coast could participate in the funeral of a leader without being physically present. And by selecting the 624-acre site in the nation’s capital, rather than a plot in the family’s home state of Massachusetts, …

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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. Roughly the size of 472 American football fields, Arlington National Cemetery is the final resting place of …

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9 Things I Wish I Knew BEFORE Visiting the Perot Museum of Nature and Science

9 Things I Wish I Knew BEFORE Visiting the Perot Museum of Nature and Science

The inside of the large, cube-shaped stone building standing 14 stories tall in the heart of historic downtown Dallas is filled with wonder. At the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, visitors can explore the universe, gaze at gigantic gems, experience an earthquake, analyze their jumpshot, and so much more. Here’s what you’ll want to …

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