The United States of America is rich with historical landmarks that reflect the nation's diverse culture and geography. Follow along on a scenic and informative journey of famous national sites that capture the American spirit. This richly detailed tour includes stops at Mount Rushmore, the monuments of Washington D.C., The Statue of Liberty, The Grand Canyon, and many more. A closer look is taken to two of the most iconic American landmarks: Mount Rushmore is a tremendous American achievement. It is a moving, inspirational grand testament to the American ideals of freedom, liberty, and justice. The faces of four of America's most revered Presidents (George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln) forever etched in stone, tower over South Dakota's majestic Black Hills. The carving started in 1927, and ended in 1941 with some injuries and no fatalities. It is a colossal image for an expansive country. The Statue of Liberty is an American icon: a 305-foot symbol of freedom to all. This journey of Lady Liberty includes her creation in France, her dedication on October 28, 1886, the monument's restoration in 1986, and what she means and represents to the nation and the world today. Meet the men who created her and explore the technologies used to manufacture, ship and erect the statue in New York. A moving chronicle of how this statue grew to represent the single most visible symbol of the grand American dream of freedom and democracy to millions of immigrants for more than a century.