How many of the most visited national monuments in the country have you seen?
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There are, quite literally, hundreds of beloved national monuments and memorial in this country. They honor just about everything that is American history be it regional or national. here are just a few of the most visited national monuments in the country according to annual visitors. How many have you been to?
Theodore Roosevelt Island National Memorial in DC. 159,740 visitors.
Wupatki National Monument in Flagstaff, Arizona. 212,828 visitors.
Dinosaur National Monument in Colorado. 291.799 visitors.
Little Bighorn Battlefield Monument, Crow Agency, Montana. 317,782 visitors.
Flight 93 National Memorial, Stoystown, PA. 337,217 visitors.
Montezuma Castle National Monument, Camp Verde, AZ. 416,635 visitors.
Wright Brothers National Memorial, Kill Devil Hills, NC. 437.184 visitors.
The Robert E. Lee Memorial, Arlington House, Fort Myer, VA. 532,050 visitors.
Fort McHenry National Monument and Park, Baltimore. 617,890 visitors.
Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, St. Augustine, FL. 819.154 visitors.
Fort Sumter National Monument, Charleston Harbor, SC. 840,711 visitors.
Mount Rushmore National Monument, Keystone, SD. 2,434,297 visitors.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Washington, DC. 3,290,080 visitors.
Korean War Veterans Memorial, Washington, DC. 4,077,835 visitors.
The Statue of Liberty, New York City. 4,279,020 visitors.
World War Two Memorial, Washington, DC. 5,068,224 visitors.
Vietnam Veterans War Memorial (The Wall), Washington, DC. 5,597,077.