1. Regent Sounds Studio
Hard Rock: On one of the coolest little streets in all of London, Regent Sounds (then a recording studio, now a music shop) is where The Rolling Stones recorded their first album.
2. Hoover Dam
HISTORY: Hoover Dam was built during the Great Depression, between 1931 and 1936. The project employed thousands of workers, cost more than 100 lives and gave rise to Boulder City.
3. Mount Rushmore National Memorial
HISTORY: It took 14 years and a team of 400 sculptors, led by Gutzon Borglum, to complete this massive "Shrine of Democracy," dedicated in 1941.
4. Capitol Records
HISTORY: This 13-story highrise, completed in 1956, was the world's first circular office building. The spire at the top of the building blinks the word "Hollywood" in Morse code.
5. Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial
HISTORY: This tribute features outdoor galleries, statues and inscriptions meant to represent the 32nd U.S. president’s time in office, from 1933 to 1945.
6. Old South Meeting House
HISTORY: Built in 1729, this was where some 5,000 colonists gathered on December 16, 1773, for a protest that culminated that night in the Boston Tea Party.
7. National Museum of the American Indian
HISTORY: Opened in 2004, this museum is devoted to the history and culture of Native people in the Western Hemisphere.
8. National Gallery of Art
HISTORY: Opened in 1941, this museum, founded by financier Andrew Mellon, has some 116,000 works of Western art dating from the Middle Ages to the modern era.
9. Wyndham Kingsgate
10. Busch Gardens Williamsburg
11. Mystic Seaport
HISTORY: This 40-acre living history maritime museum is the largest in the nation.
12. Wyndham Vacation Resorts at National Harbor
13. Wyndham Governor's Green Resort
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