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Do you know your way around the USA? The quizzes will help you explore the land of Uncle Sam.
39 quizzes and 430 trivia questions.
  A Souvenir Tour of the U.S. editor best quiz   best quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Ever looked at your souvenir shelf and thought about where you got all that junk? This quiz is for you!
Easier, 10 Qns, crisw, May 10 14
crisw gold member
31272 plays
  Your Trip Around the U. S. editor best quiz   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
You decide to take a trip around the United States. For each question, choose the one place that doesn't fit into your itinerary.
Tough, 10 Qns, janshannon, Dec 18 23
Dec 18 23
17499 plays
Interstate 15
  Interstate 15    
Photo Quiz
 15 Qns
This quiz is about Interstate 15 in the United States. It is dedicated to the members of the Worldwide Wizards who don't like "road " quizzes.
Average, 15 Qns, bernie73, Apr 01 23
Recommended for grades: 10,11,12
bernie73 gold member
Apr 01 23
147 plays
  Roadside America 2.0 - Reclaim Your Vacation!   best quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
More fun destinations for folks who dare to vacation the way THEY want to!
Average, 10 Qns, stuthehistoryguy, Feb 04 17
stuthehistoryguy gold member
4655 plays
  Why Don't We Stay There?   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
My family has decided to go on a long road trip around the United States. We need your help to figure out where to stay on our journey. Pick the place we will stay based on the clues provided.
Very Easy, 10 Qns, Barbiegurl676, Aug 17 11
Recommended for grades: 5,6,7,8
Very Easy
2621 plays
  Colorful U.S. Geography   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A colorful geography quiz found on a map of the United States.
Easier, 10 Qns, lumber78006, Jul 27 19
Recommended for grades: 9,10,11,12
Jul 27 19
4777 plays
  Get Your Kicks on Route 66   top quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Route 66 was officially decommissioned from the US Highway System in 1985. This quiz deals with the states, cities and towns one would have visited driving along the historic roadway.
Average, 10 Qns, shanteyman, May 26 11
1459 plays
  How Far Is It To Drive?    
Ordering Quiz
 10 Qns
See if you can place in order these ten drives between two U.S. cities from the shortest distance to the longest. Google Maps was used for distance and where there are two major routes the average was taken. Good luck!
Average, 10 Qns, BigTriviaDawg, May 22 23
BigTriviaDawg gold member
May 22 23
328 plays
  Road Trip Across the U.S.A.   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Our family is on a US road trip, and we seem to have lost our map. Can you help us determine where we are based upon the local features we see?
Easier, 10 Qns, rebapitt, May 19 14
Recommended for grades: 9,10,11,12
2607 plays
  A Trivial Trip Across the U.S.A. Part 1   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Join me for a journey criss-crossing the U.S.A. with a stop in ten of the states for a nugget of trivia.
Average, 10 Qns, EnglishJedi, Mar 08 21
EnglishJedi gold member
Mar 08 21
1655 plays
trivia question Quick Question
What river is at the tri-point meeting between Alabama, Georgia and Florida?

From Quiz "Tri-Points, Eastern Edition"

  Why Should I Visit Here?   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
There are many interesting small towns in the U.S.A. Here I will list ten of them and you tell me why someone would want to visit there. Since they are mostly obscure towns, hints will be provided.
Very Easy, 10 Qns, OldManJack, Feb 02 20
Recommended for grades: 5,6,7,8
Very Easy
OldManJack gold member
Feb 02 20
791 plays
  Your Gasoline Is Free 2: The Cave Man   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
I will be continuing my trip across the United States. I'll stop here and there along the way. You have to guess what U.S. state I'm in. As always your gas is free on this quiz!
Easier, 10 Qns, madasasnake, Jul 23 11
Recommended for grades: 9,10,11,12
1867 plays
  Roadside America 3.1 - Road Warriors   best quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Another quiz on attractions that probably aren't on the front page of the AAA guide. Take the quiz, then make the trip!
Average, 10 Qns, stuthehistoryguy, Sep 06 10
stuthehistoryguy gold member
835 plays
  Your Gasoline Is Free!   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
I've decided to go on a long road trip. I'll stop here and there. I'll give you some clues and you have to guess which U.S. state I'm in. Remember to take this trip; your gasoline is free.
Very Easy, 10 Qns, madasasnake, Jun 04 11
Recommended for grades: 5,6,7,8
Very Easy
2394 plays
  U.S. Tourist Attractions    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Here's a list of tourist attractions in the U.S. Simply identify the state that it's located in. All multiple choice.
Average, 10 Qns, billfay, Jul 31 16
10131 plays
  For Travelers to the Eastern United States   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 20 Qns
This is an eastern version of my previous travel quiz through the western US. As before, the trip starts and ends in the Dallas Ft Worth area, and can be followed all the way without retracing steps.
Tough, 20 Qns, BaronTR, Jul 14 20
BaronTR gold member
Jul 14 20
3498 plays
  For Travelers To Western USA editor best quiz    
Multiple Choice
 20 Qns
The quiz covers places that I'd suggest seeing in the region. The questions outlines a zigzag route that allows someone who wants to see all of them to do so without retracing their steps.
Difficult, 20 Qns, BaronTR, Jun 23 20
BaronTR gold member
Jun 23 20
5940 plays
  Directionally Challenged    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
I'm going from one place to another, which way do I go? All answers will be either north, south, east, or west.
Average, 10 Qns, bcgcolts, Apr 07 17
7002 plays
  Tour around the USA   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
A mixture of challenging and unique questions regarding various aspects of American geography, economy and history.
Difficult, 10 Qns, beatka, Aug 10 10
beatka gold member
6554 plays
  Where Do You Go to My Lovely?    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
I'm on a journey trying to find "her", but I seem to just miss her every time! In each city she visits, she leaves some clues to help me find her. Using those clues, let's take a journey across the USA to find her next move.
Average, 10 Qns, dg_dave, Feb 29 12
dg_dave gold member
1463 plays
  Where in the World is My Winnebago?   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The Dear Missus and I have decided to hit the open road and drive across the USA in our shiny new Winnebago. Your task is to figure out where we are, based on the notable and obscure landmarks we encounter. This is an Author's Challenge quiz.
Tough, 10 Qns, cag1970, Sep 22 09
1006 plays
  Tri-Points, Eastern Edition    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
There are 62 points in the United States where three states meet. This focuses on the ones east of the Mississippi River.
Average, 10 Qns, parrotman2006, Sep 24 13
parrotman2006 gold member
381 plays
  American Tourist Traps    
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
All questions in this quiz deal with real American tourist attractions. Information was taken from "The New Roadside America," by Doug Kirby, Ken Smith, and Mike Wilkins, and
Difficult, 15 Qns, asutbone, Oct 07 20
Oct 07 20
2439 plays
  Oh! The Things You Can See!   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
In our various travels around the USA, we have bumped into some interesting but not world-shattering sights. If you want to encounter the small, large or unusual, here are a few ideas!
Average, 10 Qns, YourLordship, Jul 02 14
687 plays
  By Way of Which States (Without Peeking)!    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz will be most challenging without looking at a map. It will test your ability to visualize a map of the Continental United States. Remember the questions generally are about the fewest number of states, not the shortest route in miles.
Tough, 10 Qns, Elder1954, Dec 09 22
Dec 09 22
1005 plays
  Travels With Chango    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Would you rather go to the World's Largest Ball of Twine than the Golden Gate Bridge? Then this is the quiz for you. This quiz will cover ten of the most unusual tourist attractions in the US.
Average, 10 Qns, Chango, Mar 10 04
850 plays
  Take a Ride on the Reading!    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Well, we won't be traveling by Monopoly trains for the entire journey after all, I'm afraid. Trains, along with wagons and hot-air balloons might still exist, but we'll just have to settle for a virtual tour of the U.S. So just hop in; I'll drive!
Tough, 10 Qns, logcrawler, Mar 06 22
logcrawler gold member
Mar 06 22
387 plays
  I-5: The West Coast    
Multiple Choice
 20 Qns
This quiz follows the I-5 through Washington, Oregon, and California. Enjoy!
Tough, 20 Qns, rightiam, Oct 25 22
Oct 25 22
1035 plays
  State Bragging Rights #3    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This is my third installment to test your knowledge by travelling across the United States to find the states that boast the largest, oldest and some other "ests" that are record breakers.
Tough, 10 Qns, donna399, Jul 24 06
donna399 gold member
1208 plays
  Places "Uncle Sam" Sent Me    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
While in the US Air Force, I traveled to many different places. Let's see if you can guess where I've been based on the clues.
Average, 10 Qns, evil44, Dec 12 10
924 plays
  The Great American RV Adventure    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
I'm about to take my rented RV for a trip across the United States! Want to join me on my cross-country trip? Let's go! Have fun!
Average, 10 Qns, triviaking162, Jun 12 12
650 plays
  Roadside America - Revenge of the Weird    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz, inspired by the fertile minds and hard work of Doug Kirby, Ken Smith and Mike Wilkins, will test your knowledge of the various odd tourist sites on America's highways and byways. Have fun!
Difficult, 10 Qns, stuthehistoryguy, Dec 14 09
stuthehistoryguy gold member
1305 plays
  What A State I Was In!    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Let's travel the countryside of the U.S., visit a few of the states, and find out what we can about some unusual things to see and do.
Difficult, 10 Qns, logcrawler, Sep 10 14
logcrawler gold member
550 plays
  State Bragging Rights #2    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Once again test your knowledge by travelling across the United States to find the state that boasts the largest, oldest and some other "ests" that are record breakers.
Difficult, 10 Qns, donna399, Jul 20 06
donna399 gold member
809 plays
  What's Along I-95? (US Interstate)    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This is a quiz of landmarks and cities along I-95, which goes along the east coast of the US. If you get all ten, you get to relax at the beach after a long drive!
Average, 10 Qns, tampasuites, Dec 24 11
664 plays
  State Bragging RIghts #4    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Here is my fourth installment for testing your knowledge by travelling the United States to find the states that boast the largest, oldest and some other "ests" that are record breakers.
Difficult, 10 Qns, donna399, Jul 26 06
donna399 gold member
916 plays
  State Bragging Rights #5    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This is my final installment of our travels across the United States to find the states that boast the largest, oldest and some other "ests" that are record breakers.
Difficult, 10 Qns, donna399, Jun 02 11
donna399 gold member
924 plays
  State Bragging Rights #1    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Test your knowledge by travelling across the United States to find the state that boasts the largest, oldest and some other "ests" that are record breakers.
Difficult, 10 Qns, donna399, Oct 17 10
donna399 gold member
1350 plays
  Where Are You    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Sort of a follow-up to the "Road To Nowhere" quiz, but a little easier.
Difficult, 10 Qns, bcgcolts, Jan 17 13
2899 plays
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USA - Travel Trivia Questions

1. Why would you want to visit Blue Earth, Minnesota? Fortunately for their tourism department, Santa Claus did not put a copyright on his signature "Ho Ho Ho". Now eat your vegetables, children.

From Quiz
Why Should I Visit Here?

Answer: Jolly Green Giant Park and Giant Museum

Belying its name, the museum is actually quite small, but there is nothing small about the Jolly Green Giant statue behind it. It is 55 feet tall and would wear a size 78 shoe, if he were alive. Ho Ho Ho, y'all.

2. "Hey mom, what's that?" The children point to what looks like a massive beach, but wait a minute...there are no oceans anywhere near this state. The Bonneville Salt Flats are a great complement to the Great Salt Lake, though. Where are we?

From Quiz Road Trip Across the U.S.A.

Answer: Utah

The Bonneville Salt Flats are located between the Bonneville Speedway and the Great Salt Lake in Utah. The salt lies over the ground just like sand does on a beach, and it almost looks like snow on the ground. When the salt gets wet, though, it resembles gray clay.

3. Many people, myself included, always believed that Plymouth, Massachusetts was the site of the first Thanksgiving celebration in the US. Come to find out that it's not. What border town was the site?

From Quiz Oh! The Things You Can See!

Answer: San Elizario, Texas

Yes, it was in the border town of San Elizario, Texas in 1598 that a Thanksgiving feast was hosted by the conquistador Don Juan de Onate. San Elizario is also home to the first Main Street in America. It has become a small artist colony with friendly people who love to share their town's heritage. Some historians believe that thanksgiving may have been celebrated even earlier in Saint Augustine, Florida, but the evidence is unclear.

4. The intersection of New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts is located very near the highest point in Connecticut. What mountain is the high point located on?

From Quiz Tri-Points, Eastern Edition

Answer: Mount Frissell

The highest point in Connecticut is located on the side of Mount Frissell, and is 2380 feet. It is one the trickier high points to find in the US. The Appalachian Trail passes extremely close to Mount Frissell. Mount Greylock (3491 feet) is the highest spot in Massachusetts. Mount Marcy (5344 feet) is the high point in New York. Bear Mountain is the second highest point in Connecticut, at 2316 feet; it is the highest peak, just not the highest point, in Connecticut.

5. One morning I went to her house. She had left a note on the door saying she was "going out". She said she was going to a state where the capital city is on Interstate 20, but she was not going to the capital. What city did she take off to?

From Quiz Where Do You Go to My Lovely?

Answer: Carrollton, Georgia

The only capital city on Interstate 20 that fits this list is Atlanta, GA, but since she was not going there, it couldn't be Atlanta. Interstate 20 does not go through Carrollton, TX, but Interstate 35E does. Carrollton, GA, is about 50 miles west-southwest of Atlanta, GA, south of Interstate 20. Carrollton was not the original name planned for the city, but was incorporated as Carrollton back in December 1829. The original name was planned as Troupville, but Troup was disliked by the state, so they decided against it. Carrollton, TX, is a suburb of Dallas on the north side, although, there is also a Dallas, GA, northwest of Atlanta.

6. What colorful Wyoming national park is known for its geysers, particularly Old Faithful?

From Quiz Colorful U.S. Geography

Answer: Yellowstone

Yellowstone was the first national park in the US. It was signed into law by President Ulysses S. Grant on March 1, 1872.

7. We're starting our journey on the north end of I-95. Which town in Maine is considered the start of the interstate?

From Quiz What's Along I-95? (US Interstate)

Answer: Houlton

Houlton is on the Canadian border. It is also the birthplace of Samantha Smith, a Girl Scout who traveled to the Soviet Union in 1982 upon invitation by Yuri Andropov.

8. The Dear Missus and I start our journey from our home in Charlotte, North Carolina. We head east to visit one of the state's many treasures, the retired battleship USS North Carolina. In which city is our Winnebago now parked?

From Quiz Where in the World is My Winnebago?

Answer: Wilmington

The seat of New Hanover County and North Carolina's major port city, Wilmington is home to a popular campus of the University of North Carolina (UNC-Wilmington). It is also a major motion-picture and television production center. The USS North Carolina (BB-55) served with great distinction during World War II, earning 15 battle stars, and was transferred from the US Navy in 1961. The great battleship is normally open every day for self-guided tours and serves as a memorial to all North Carolinians who died during the war.

9. The I-5 starts in Washington, and from there goes south. Where exactly in Washington does the I-5 start?

From Quiz I-5: The West Coast

Answer: Blaine, WA

Blaine is the only place a freeway crosses the border to Canada in Washington. It's on the coast of the Strait of Georgia.

10. Which U.S. state produces the most apples?

From Quiz State Bragging Rights #5

Answer: Washington

Washington produces around 5.4 billion pounds of apples per year. The central part of the state has an ideal environment for apple growing.

11. Which U.S. state has the largest movie studio?

From Quiz State Bragging RIghts #4

Answer: California

Universal City's Back Lot in Los Angeles, California is huge. It is 415 acres of sets and theaters. It is 4 times larger than Warner Brothers Studios, which is also located in California.

12. Which U.S. state has the largest hockey stick?

From Quiz State Bragging Rights #3

Answer: Minnesota

An exact copy of a normal sized hockey stick but supersized can be viewed in the town of Eveleth, Minnesota. It is 110 feet long, weighs 5 tons and sits behind its counterpart, a 700 pound puck. This stick is a dedication to the ever popular sport of ice hockey.

13. Which U.S. state has the largest ball of twine?

From Quiz State Bragging Rights #2

Answer: Kansas

The largest ball of twine can be found in Cawker City, Kansas. It weighs over 17,500 pounds. Started by farmer Frank Stoeber in 1953 from bailer twine used for hay bales, the ball has grown to a circumference of over 40 feet. It grows annually at the Cawker City twine-a-thon which is held concurrently with a town picnic and parade. At the twine-a-thon Cawker City residents and visitors wind more twine around this huge ball. So, it is still growing !

14. Which U.S. state has the oldest state fair?

From Quiz State Bragging Rights #1

Answer: Maine

The Skowhegan State Fair has been held in Maine since 1819. As a means for local farmers to gain knowledge of agricultural advances and livestock breeding, the fair is an important event. Today the fair attracts thousands of exhibitors and visitors from around the country.

15. In the small town of Metropolis stands an imposing 25-foot bronze statue of Superman. He overlooks a museum built in his honor, and is attended by Superman regalia throughout his surroundings. In what state is Metropolis?

From Quiz Roadside America - Revenge of the Weird

Answer: Illinois

Metropolis is right next to the Illinois-Kentucky border. Though the museum is a little tacky, it's a nice stop for Superman fans.

16. In which Midwestern state would you find Carhenge, a replica of Britain's Stonehenge, made out of cars?

From Quiz Travels With Chango

Answer: Nebraska

Located near Alliance, Nebraska, Carhenge is the brainchild of Jim Reinders. It was dedicated in 1987, and in its infancy it was in danger of being destroyed as an "illegally zoned junkyard". Fortunately, the government recognized it as an official tourist attraction in the early 1990s.

17. Which state is home to the world's largest peanut?

From Quiz American Tourist Traps

Answer: Georgia

At 10 feet long, the world's largest peanut sits on top of a fifteen foot pillar in Ashburn, GA. The peanut in Texas is only six feet long, and the one in Oklahoma is only a piddling 36 inches.

18. Which state is proudly called the "Arsenal of the Nation"?

From Quiz Tour around the USA

Answer: Connecticut

Connecticut was the Continental Army's major supplier of arms and ammunition in the American Revolutionary War. It was one of the most industrialized states at that time. Connecticut factories still produce weapons and much more.

19. This city is looped by Interstates 264 and 265, where are you?

From Quiz Where Are You

Answer: Louisville, KY

I-64 runs through all these places, but the spurs only surround Louisville.

20. Having visited The Big Duck, let's now head south to The Big Chicken in Marietta, Georgia. What company ORIGINALLY owned this regionally famous landmark that looms to a height of 56 feet?

From Quiz What A State I Was In!

Answer: Johnny Reb's Chick, Chuck and Steak

When The Big Chicken was first built in 1956, it was owned by S.R. "Tubby" Davis. The building housed his restaurant, Johnny Reb's Chick, Chuck and Steak. In 1963, Mr. Davis added the iconic superstructure to the original building in an effort to capture the imaginations (and appetites) of passersby. After a few years, it became a franchisee of Kentucky Fried Chicken. A storm toppled the structure in 1993, but there was such an outcry to restore it to its former glory that KFC decided to not tear it on down, but rather to satisfy the public. If you're ever near Marietta, Georgia, just ask anyone for directions to anywhere, and you'll almost invariably get a response like, "go to the Big Chicken, then turn left... or right... or go straight". Talk about an icon!

21. Off we go into the wild blue yonder! Off to the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, that is. What city in Virginia is the ONLY major city in Virginia that did not fall to Union troops during the War Between the States?

From Quiz Take a Ride on the Reading!

Answer: Lynchburg

The Blue Ridge Mountains extend all the way from Georgia into Pennsylvania. The city of Lynchburg was first settled by Europeans in 1757. It was named after a young 17 year-old man named John Lynch who began operating a ferry service across the James River. In 1865, Lynchburg served very briefly (for about five days, from April 6-10) as the capital of Virginia. The reason for the move to Lynchburg was to buffer the effects of the fall of Richmond along with the fall of the Confederacy, and to provide some semblance of government amidst the chaos of the war.

22. Want to have a unique wedding? Try out this tiny chapel that has come to be known as the "Smallest Church in America". Where along I-95 would you find this southern landmark?

From Quiz Oh! The Things You Can See!

Answer: South Newport, Georgia

This dream of grocer Agnes Harper came true in 1949. The church, equipped with stained glass windows imported from England, has been the backdrop for stunning wedding photos. It has hosted non-denominational services the third Sunday of every month. Only 15 feet long and 10 feet wide, the church can accommodate twelve parishioners and a pastor.

23. The largest city in which U.S. state was named for the wife of King George III?

From Quiz A Trivial Trip Across the U.S.A. Part 1

Answer: North Carolina

Settlers first arrived in what is now Mecklenburg County in North Carolina in the 1750s. The 22-year old Prince of Wales became King George III in October 1760 on the death of his grandfather, and a few months later he married Her Serene Highness Princess Charlotte of Mecklenburg. The growing population centre on the other side of the Atlantic was named "Charlotte Town" in her honor and it was incorporated as a town in 1768. Not that the future city was a hotbed of monarchists -- it was here that the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence was signed in 1775, one of the first such declarations that eventually led to the American War of Independence. The population of Charlotte boomed in the early part of the 19th century following the first discovery of gold in the United States. North Carolina was the country's largest producer of gold until the California Gold Rush of 1848. The city of Charlotte, home to more than 750,000 (2010 Census), is the largest in North Carolina and carries the nickname "The Queen City" in deference to its roots.

24. What historical site is closest to where Virginia, West Virginia and Maryland meet?

From Quiz Tri-Points, Eastern Edition

Answer: Harpers Ferry NHP

Harpers Ferry, West Virginia gained immortality with the 1859 raid of abolitionist John Brown. On October 16, Brown raided the arsenal at Harpers Ferry, seeking arms for a slave uprising. The raid was a failure; most of Brown's men were killed or captured, and Brown himself was executed. There is a National Historic Park there now, and it is a beautiful location on the Susquehanna and Potomac Rivers. The Appalachian Trail has its headquarters in Harpers Ferry, and the trail passes right through the center of town. Antietam is located directly north of the tri-point, near the Maryland town of Sharpsburg. Manassas is located in suburban Virginia, roughly 30 miles west of Washington DC. Clara Barton National Historic Site is in Glen Echo, Maryland, about nine miles NW of Washington, DC.

25. Now, we stop the RV at the North Carolina Aviation Museum. What city are we in?

From Quiz The Great American RV Adventure

Answer: Asheboro

The North Carolina Aviation Museum opened in 1994. There is a Piper J-3 Flitfire in the museum. At one time, it was piloted by Orville Wright.

26. The thousand-mile long river separating Texas and Oklahoma has what colorful name?

From Quiz Colorful U.S. Geography

Answer: Red River

The Red River, 1,360 miles (2,190 km), is a major tributary of the Mississippi River. It gets its name from the red-bed country of its watershed.

27. Not using the three Pacific Coast states, what is the fewest number of states you must pass through to get from Canada to Mexico?

From Quiz By Way of Which States (Without Peeking)!

Answer: three

There are two routes that allow for this trip in only three states. They are Idaho-Nevada-Arizona and Idaho-Utah-Arizona. I suppose if you hopped from Utah to New Mexico at the Four Corners junction you could go Idaho-Utah-New Mexico.

28. Which U.S. state has the largest outdoor musical theater?

From Quiz State Bragging Rights #5

Answer: Missouri

St. Louis, Missouri's Municipal Theater can seat 11,500 people. It is 80,000 square feet and was built in 1917. The theater is nicknamed The Muny.

29. Which U.S. state has the longest steel arch bridge?

From Quiz State Bragging RIghts #4

Answer: West Virginia

The longest and largest steel arch bridge in the United States spans the New River in Fayetteville, West Virginia. The span is 1,700 feet and weighs about 88 million pounds. It is the second highest bridge in the United States.

30. Which U.S. state has the oldest state university building?

From Quiz State Bragging Rights #3

Answer: North Carolina

The University of North Carolina was founded in 1789 but due to lack of funding it did not have students till 1795. It grew rapidly after that and now has 15,000 undergraduates, more than 2,400 faculty and 16 campuses.

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