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About I90

I90 is the longest highway in the Interstate Highway System, I90 spans over 3,000 miles and travels through a number of states. In fact, this interstate highway is so long that certain parts of it have been dubbed with their own names to commemorate various things. 

For example, the stretch of I90 from Ohio to Pennsylvania is often referred to as the AMVETS Memorial Highway. Veterans are also memorialized in Wisconsin on the Veterans Memorial Highway. Washington and Minnesota agreed to call their stretch of the interstate the American Veterans Memorial Highway, and the Purple Heart Trail runs officially through Idaho, Montana, and South Dakota. 

Many people also refer to the Jane Addams Memorial Tollway, which is situated along the northernmost highway system spanning the entire continent length-wise. There are many toll roads along I90, beginning in the 1950s and continuing until present day. I90 also includes 16 auxiliary routes that branch off to other major thoroughfares throughout the northern states of America. 

The final section of I90 was completed in Seattle in 1993. Interstate 90 runs from Washington to Massachusetts, through states such as Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and New York.


Famous Stops on I90

These stops from Massachusetts all the way to Washington should be starred on your map of Interstate 90.

  • 1880 Town: Turn the pages of history back to a time when the Old West reigned supreme. You can even take an old photo of you and your family dressed up as 1880 Town residents.
  • Badlands National Park: It’s not quite the Grand Canyon, but Badlands National Park certainly features stunning views and plenty of hiking and camping spots.
  • Dinosaur Park: This is one of the best places along I-90 to take your kids, not only for the educational opportunity, but for a chance to see all 7 dinosaur sculptures.
  • Mount Rushmore: This list wouldn’t be complete without Mount Rushmore. This iconic symbol includes 4 presidents. Can you name them?
  • Devil’s Tower: Another wondrous landmark, Devil’s Tower is located just over 5,000 feet above sea level. North American Indians thought of it as a spiritual site, and many tourists certainly are drawn to its wonder.

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