6. Colorado: Denver Museum of Nature & Science
> Where: Denver
> Admission: $19.95 for adults, $14.95 for ages 3-18, $16.95 for ages 65+
> Annual attendance: 1.7 million
> Known for: Fossils, Egyptian mummies, and science exhibits.
7. Connecticut: Yale University Art Gallery
> Where: New Haven
> Admission: Free
> Annual attendance: 232,185
> Known for: Oldest U.S. college art museum; has paintings from John Trumbull.
8. Delaware: Delaware Air Mobility Museum
> Where: Dover
> Admission: Free
> Annual attendance: 154,000
> Known for: All things pertaining to aircraft.
9. Florida: Ernest Hemingway Museum
> Where: Key West
> Admission: $14 adults; $6 ages 6-12; Free 5 and under
> Annual attendance: 180,000
> Known for: The author’s residence during the 1930s.
10. Georgia: The Center for Civil and Human Rights
> Where: Atlanta
> Admission: $19.99 adults; $17.99 students and seniors; $15.99 youth; free for children 6 and under.
> Annual attendance: More than 200,000
> Known for: Linking U.S. civil rights movement with human right movement.
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