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Travel Tip: Presidential Travel Landmarks

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The inauguration may be long over, but that doesn’t mean you can’t still get the presidential experience all around our nation.

When it comes to American history, you want to head to Virginia. They’ve got a very cool exhibit coming up at the Virginia Historical Society, featuring images of our presidents over the course of 50 years, shot by the official White House.

And later this year, the Newseum in Washington, DC, will showcase photos and videos from the White House News Photographers Association.

Travel buffs always want to see the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Southern California, where you can actually walk through Air Force One and Marine One. And history enthusiasts will appreciate the upcoming display of George Washington’s original copy of the Acts of Congress, including the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights.

Talk about presidential history… the LBJ Presidential Library in Austin has about 45 million historical documents and 650,000 photos. And a new exhibit will showcase Photojournalism and the Presidency, covering American history from the perspective of 30 recognized photojournalists.

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