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Alabama: Ivy Green

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At Ivy Green, Helen Keller’s birthplace in the town of Tuscumbia, you can wander the rooms where “America’s First Lady of Courage” grew up. If you visit during the week-long Helen Keller Festival in June, watch a live production of the award-winning play Miracle Worker, which was based on her life. Don’t miss the most charming small town in every state.

Alaska: Baranof Castle

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On Alaska Day, trek to the top of Baranof Castle, more commonly known as Castle Hill, to experience a reenactment of the day that Russia handed the territory over to the United States on October 18, 1867. You’ll be standing in the exact spot where the transaction took place, and where the first 49-star U.S. flag was raised. Find out the best train rides to take across America.

Arizona: Lowell Observatory

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For an out-of-this-world experience, check out Lowell Observatory, the spot where Pluto was first discovered in 1930. Now one of “The World’s 100 Most Important Places,” according to Time Magazine, it’s open for tours and nightly stargazing. When it’s your turn at the telescope, here are iconic constellations to look for in the sky. Trust us, you’ll be seeing stars.

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