Georgia's Hidden Presidential Retreats Shine on Presidents' Day

Georgia’s Hidden Presidential Retreats Shine on Presidents’ Day


🏞 The Gist: A recent survey crowned Roosevelt’s Little White House in Georgia the 17th most popular landmark for families to visit on Presidents’ Day, revealing a unique facet of presidential history in the Peach State.

📜 The Details: In a poll conducted by involving 3,000 American families, Georgia’s own Roosevelt’s Little White House Historic Site and the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum ranked 17th and 19th respectively among the top 50 U.S. landmarks to visit. The Grand Canyon National Park took the top spot.

🔢 By The Numbers:

  • 1st place: Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona
  • 17th place: Roosevelt’s Little White House, Georgia
  • 19th place: Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum, Georgia

📚 Go Deeper: For those looking to explore more about these and other presidential landmarks, visit for the complete survey results and fascinating presidential trivia, such as George Washington’s dental myths and John F. Kennedy’s Pulitzer Prize.

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