Take a survey sponsored by USA Today and vote on the best Presidential attraction from a list of 20 sites.  Voting ends March 3, 2014 and you can vote once a day.

My recent trip:  I visited three of these sites last week (Monticello, Montpelier, and Mount Vernon) and will blog about my trip soon.

Choose from these sites:  Here’s the list to choose from in the USA Today survey:

  1. Adams National Historic Park – Quincy, MA
  2. Eisenhower National Historic Site – Gettysburg, PA
  3. Ford’s Theatre – Washington, DC
  4. Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial – Washington, DC
  5. Hall of Presidents at the Magic Kingdom – Orlando, FL
  6. JFK Presidential Library & Museum – Boston, MA
  7. Lincoln Memorial – Washington, DC
  8. Monticello – Charlottesville, VA
  9. Montpelier – Charlottesville, VA
  10. Mount Vernon, Alexandria, VA
  11. Mt. Rushmore & City of Presidents – Rapid City, SD
  12. Ronald Reagan Presidential Library – Simi Valley, CA
  13. Sixth Floor Museum – Dallas, TX
  14. The Hermitage – Nashville, TN
  15. The Kennedy Center – Washington, DC
  16. The White House – Washington, DC
  17. Theodore Roosevelt National Park – Medora, ND
  18. Thomas Jefferson Memorial – Washington, DC
  19. Truman’s Little White House – Key West, FL
  20. Washington Monument – Washington, DC

Take the survey:  Click here to take the survey.  How many have you been to?

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