A coast-to-coast tour over American landmarks and landscapes that the nation's `movers and shakers' made famous with their influence and inspiration: from George Washington's home to Silicon Valley.
Visitors to Smithsonian museums in Washington DC get an unexpected opportunity to handle Thomas Edison's first light bulbs, play with pandas, and travel to the land of Sitting Bull.
Smithsonian museum visitors in Washington DC experience the American flying hero Charles Lindbergh's plane The Spirit of St Louis, a nugget from the great Gold Rush, and the first computer.
Visitors to Washington DC's Smithsonian museums get an unexpected chance to experience former US President Abraham Lincoln's personal belongings, a Ford Model T car and Muhammad Ali's boxing robe.
Visitors to the Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC get an unusual opportunity to explore sometimes rare examples of ancient and modern tools that have helped shape the world.
Host Xavier Carnegie goes inside Smithsonian museums to explore stories of survival, including a B-26 bomber that flew over 200 WWII missions.
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