26. Montana: Museum of the Rockies
> Where: Bozeman
> Admission: $14.50 adults, $13.50 seniors (65+), $9.50 children (5-17), free children 4 and under.
> Annual attendance: 196,201
> Known for: Dinosaur exhibits and planetarium.
27. Nebraska: Omaha Children’s Museum
> Where: Omaha
> Admission: $13 adults and children (2-15); $12 seniors (60+); free for children under 2.
> Annual attendance: 324,078
> Known for: Interactive exhibits on science and art.
28. Nevada: The Mob Museum
> Where: Las Vegas
> Admission: $23.95 non-local adults (18 and over); $20.95 Nevada residents, military, seniors (65+), children (11-17); free for children under 10
> Annual attendance: 370,000
> Known for: History of organized crime in U.S.
29. New Hampshire: Mount Washington Weather Discovery Center
> Where: North Conway
> Admission: $2 adults; $1 children (7-17); free for children ages 6 and under.
> Annual attendance: 50,000
> Known for: Educating visitors about the weather.
30. New Jersey: Ellis Island Immigration Museum
> Where: Ellis Island
> Admission: Cost of ferry to island: $25.50 adults 13 and up; $21 seniors (62+); $16.00 children (4-12); free children under 4.
> Annual attendance: 3 million
> Known for: The American immigration experience.
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