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Historic Sites

George Mason Memorial
Washington, District Of Columbia

The George Mason Memorial, dedicated on April 9, 2002, honors the little known but wide

George Washington Birthplace
Colonial Beach, Virginia

The Memorial House and Colonial Kitchen were constructed in 1931 to recreate the home i

Grant Cottage State Historic Site
Gansevoort, New York
Greenbrier Historical Society
Lewisburg, West Virginia

Greenbrier Historical Society is dedicated to community enrichment through the educatio

Grouseland
Vincennes, Indiana

Harrison was elected ninth President of the United States in 1840, so the home is a Pre

Harding Tomb
Marion, Ohio

The monument, set in ten acres of landscaped grounds, is similar in appearance to a rou

Harry S. Truman Little White House Museum
Key West, Florida

The museum's exhibits range from the microcosmic (the 1948 election) to the macrocosmic

Harry S. Truman National Historic Site
Independence, Missouri

Harry S Truman National Historic Site opened to the public on May 15, 1984.

Herbert Hoover National Historic Site
West Branch, Iowa

Start at the Visitor Center to get your map and plan your day.

Hermitage, The
Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey

The Hermitage, a National Historic Landmark, is located on five acres of lawn shaded by

Historic Kenmore Plantation
Fredericksburg, Virginia

One of Virginia's most elegant colonial mansions, Kenmore was built in the 1770s by Fie

Historical Society Of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Society's building, designed by Addison Hutton and listed on the City of Philadelph

Hollywood Cemetery
Richmond, Virginia

Besides being the resting place to the only Confederate States President, it is also th

Home Of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site (springwood)
Hyde Park, New York

"All that is within me cries out to go back to my home on the Hudson River" This quote

James K. Polk Ancestral Home
Columbia, Tennessee

U.S. President James K.

James K. Polk Memorial
Pineville, North Carolina

The state historic site commemorates significant events in the Polk administration: the

James Madison Museum
Orange, Virginia

The James Madison Museum houses exhibits on James and Dolley Madison, featuring one of

Jay Heritage Center
Rye, New York

Located on 23 acres in Westchester County, the Jay Heritage Center celebrates the boyho

Jimmy Carter National Historic Site
Plains, Georgia

Whether you are a Carter enthusiast, a researcher, or just curious how a small town inf

John Dickinson Plantation
Dover, Delaware

It was January 18, 1740 when Samuel Dickinson, a wealthy Quaker tobacco planter and mer

John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza
Dallas, Texas

The assassination of President Kennedy changed the city—and the world—forever.

John Jay Homestead State Historic Site
Katonah, New York

John Jay co-authored the Treaty of Paris, which ended the Revolutionary War, and the Fe

John Marshall House
Richmond, Virginia

This temple-front, four-room plan house with an Adamesque interior has undergone remark

King Manor Museum
Jamaica, New York

Today the centerpiece of an 11-acre New York City park in Jamaica, Queens, King Manor M

Lbj Museum Of San Marcos
San Marcos, Texas

The Museum currently houses approximately 130 items, including early photographs, local

Lexington Cemetery
Lexington, Kentucky

Lexington Cemetery was the first rural cemetery in Lexington, Kentucky.

Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial
Lincoln City, Indiana

At the Memorial Visitor Center, visitors can watch a15 minute orientation film and walk

Lincoln Log Cabin State Historic Site
Lerna, Illinois

Today, Lincoln Log Cabin is an 86-acre historic site that is owned and operated by the

Lincoln-Herndon Law Offices State Historic Site
Springfield, Illinois

The Lincoln-Herndon Law Offices are within the only remaining building in which Abraham

Longfellow National Historic Site
Cambridge, Massachusetts

Longfellow National Historic Site preserves the home of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, one