Special Report

Best Museum in Every State

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11. Hawaii: USS Arizona Memorial
> Where: Honolulu
> Admission: Free
> Annual attendance: 1.5 million
> Known for: Site of ship sunk at Pearl Harbor.

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12. Idaho: Idaho Potato Museum
> Where: Blackfoot
> Admission: $4 adults, $3.50 seniors, AAA, military; $2 children 6-12; free for children 5 and under.
> Annual attendance: About 25,000
> Known for: History of the potato.

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13. Illinois: The Art Institute of Chicago
> Where: Chicago
> Admission: $25 general, $19 for senior citizens, students, and teens; free for children under 14.
> Annual attendance: 1.5 million
> Known for: Rodin, Medieval and Renaissance art, architecture and design.

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14. Indiana: The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis
> Where: Indianapolis
> Admission: $21.75 adults; $20.70 seniors (60+); $17.50 youth 2-17.
> Annual attendance: 1.25 million
> Known for: Pop culture, science exhibits on dinosaurs and space travel.

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15. Iowa: The Union Pacific Railroad Museum
> Where: Council Bluffs
> Admission: Free
> Annual attendance: 28,000
> Known for: Artifacts from Abraham Lincoln’s railroad car.

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