55 US States and Territories

  1. Food: Each state has its own signature dish, from Maine's lobster to Texas' barbecue. The state with the highest number of craft breweries per capita is Vermont, with one brewery for every 6,000 residents.

  2. Nature: Alaska is the largest state and has more coastline than all the other states combined. It's also home to the highest peak in North America, Mount McKinley (Denali).

  3. Weather: Florida is the sunniest state, with an average of 2,967 hours of sunshine per year. On the other hand, Alaska has the shortest day of any state, with just over four hours of daylight during the winter solstice.

  4. Landmarks: The United States is home to many famous landmarks, including the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, the Statue of Liberty in New York, and the Grand Canyon in Arizona.

  5. History: The first state to ratify the Constitution was Delaware, and the last state to join the Union was Hawaii. The oldest city in the United States is St. Augustine, Florida, founded in 1565.

  6. Pop Culture: Hollywood, California is the world's capital of movies and television, producing more than 800 films per year. Nashville, Tennessee is the country music capital of the world, with over 150 live music venues.

  7. Sports: The state with the most sports championships is California, with 128 championships across all major sports leagues. The state with the largest percentage of its population attending an NFL game is Wisconsin, with nearly 50% of the population attending a game each year.