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Alamance Battleground

Burlington, North Carolina

Visitors to Alamance Battleground may view the field of battle, which is marked by a...
American Revolution Center

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The American Revolution Center (formerly the Valley Forge Historical Society) is...
American Village

Montevallo, Alabama

Actors in period dress recreate the fervor and excitement of Revolutionary America...
Arlington National Cemetery

Arlington, Virginia

Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington County, Virginia is a military cemetery...
Beaver Area Heritage Foundation

Beaver, Pennsylvania

Founded in 1967 in Beaver, PA, 30 miles northwest of Pittsburgh, the Beaver Area Heritage...
Bedford City & County Museum

Bedford, Virginia

This local history museum is housed in a former Masonic Temple dating from 1895. It...
Bennington Battle Monument

Bennington, Vermont

Soaring more than 300 feet above the lovely streets of Old Bennington, a striking stone...
Bennington Battlefield

Eagle Bridge, New York

At this site, New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts militia under General John Stark...
Berkeley Plantation

Charles City, Virginia

One of Virginia's most historic plantations and the site of the first official...
Berkeley Springs State Park

Berkeley Springs, West Virginia

The warm mineral springs that naturally bubble up in Berkeley Springs State Park have...
Betsy Ross House

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Betsy Ross House was built over 250 years ago. The front portion was built around...
Brandywine Battlefield Park

Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania

On September 11, 1777, the Patriot army under George Washington came face to face with...
Carpenters' Historic Hall

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Since its founding, Carpenters’ House has been the home to numerous tenants in the...
Charles Pinckney National Historic Site

Sullivan's Island, South Carolina

Snee Farm, Pinckney’s coastal plantation, offers an opportunity to learn about the...
City Tavern

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Tavern was built "for the convenience and credit of the city" by a group of...
Cliveden

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

When Benjamin Chew built Cliveden as a summer home in the 1760s to escape Philadelphia's...
Conference House

Staten Island, New York

A captain in the Royal Navy, Billopp built this House around 1680 as the center of his 1,...
Constitution Gardens

Washington, District Of Columbia

Constitution Gardens is a living legacy to the founding of the republic as well as an...
Constitution Island

Highland Falls, New York

In 1778, less than halfway through the Revolutionary War, the Americans were able to...
Cooch's Bridge

Newark, Delaware

This was the site of the only Revolutionary War battle fought in Delaware. On September 3...
Cowpens National Battlefield

Gaffney, South Carolina

Cowpens National Battlefield is a Revolutionary War battle site that commemorates the...
Cragfont

Castalian Springs, Tennessee

Cragfont was the home of General James Winchester, a protagonist of the American...
Crown Point State Historic Site

Crown Point, New York

During the French and Indian War, Ft. Fredric served as a critical French Bastion...
Cumberland Islands National Seashore

St. Marys, Georgia

Preserved and protected for future generations, Cumberland Island National Seashore...
DAR National Headquarters And Museum

Washington, District Of Columbia

Founded in 1890, the DAR National Headquarters boasts one of the nation's largest...
Declaration House

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Declaration House, located on the southwest corner of 7th and Market Streets, was...
Derby Historical Society & Humphreys House

Ansonia, Connecticut

More than just a wonderful interactive tool for educating the region's children, the...
Dewint House

Tappan, New York

George Washington was invited to stay at the home by the DeWint family, first during...
Elizabeth Van Tassel House

Tarrytown, New York

There is no way around this, so we may as well be frank: the location of the Van Tassel...
Ethan Allen Homestead Museum

Burlington, Vermont

A short drive from downtown Burlington, the Homestead offers hands-on history,...
First Reformed Church Of Fishkill

Fishkill, New York

The church itself is one of the most historic buildings in all of Dutchess County. This...
Fort Lee Historic Park

Fort Lee, New York

In the southern portion of the Historic Park, winding paths lead past a reconstructed...
Fort Mackinac

Mackinac Island, Michigan

Fort Mackinac was a major military outpost during the Revolutionary War and War of 1812...
Fort Mifflin On The Delaware

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Originally built in 1771 and continuously used by the U.S. Army until 1952, Fort Mifflin...
Fort Plain Museum & Historical Park

Fort Plain, New York

A significant fort during the Revolutionary War, Fort Plain in the Mohawk Valley exists...
Fort Roberdeau

Altoona, Pennsylvania

This fort, built by General Daniel Roberdeau, set out to produce lead to make ammunition...
Fort Stanwix

Rome, New York

Known as "the fort that never surrendered," Fort Stanwix, under the command of...
Fort Ticonderoga

Ticonderoga, New York

Exhibits at the fort depict the natural and strategic geography of the historic landscape...
Free Quaker Meeting House

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

When the call went out for able-bodied men to bear arms in the colonial militia, an...
George Rogers Clark National Historical Park

Vincennes, Indiana

A 30-minute movie on Clark's western campaign is offered every 1/2 hour. This film, Long...
Glebe House Museum

Woodbury, Connecticut

Today, the Glebe House Museum and Jekyll Garden is a non-profit educational institution...
Golden Fleece Tavern

Dover, Delaware

On December 17, 1787, Delaware ratified the Constitution at the Golden Fleece Tavern,...
Governors Island

New York, New York

Over the years, the island has served as the backdrop for a number of historic events. In...
Greenbrier Historical Society

Lewisburg, West Virginia

Greenbrier Historical Society is dedicated to community enrichment through the education...
Guilford Courthouse National Military Park

Greensboro, North Carolina

Rangers or volunteers at the information desk are glad to help visitors with answers and...
Gunston Hall Plantation

Mason Neck, Virginia

George Mason was instrumental in the framing of the United States government, but he...
Hale Byrnes House

Newark, Delaware

Once the site of a war council that included Washington and Lafayette, this house played...
Historic Brunswick

Winnabow, North Carolina

In the late 1950s and early 1960s, archaeologists uncovered foundations from Brunswick's...
Historic Camden Revolutionary War Site

Camden, South Carolina

Visitors may choose a guided or self-guided tour to learn about Camden's early history,...
Historic Halifax

Halifax, North Carolina

This historic district was the site of significant events during the colonial and...
Historic Kenmore Plantation

Fredericksburg, Virginia

One of Virginia's most elegant colonial mansions, Kenmore was built in the 1770s by...
House In The Horseshoe

Sanford, North Carolina

During the American Revolution, groups of citizen-soldiers called Whigs or revolutionists...
Hubbardton Battlefield

Bomoseen, Vermont

Military historians note that of all the Revolutionary and Civil War battlefields in the...
Independence Hall

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Constructed between 1732 and 1756 as the State House of the Province of Pennsylvania, it...
Jay Heritage Center

Rye, New York

Located on 23 acres in Westchester County, the Jay Heritage Center celebrates the boyhood...
John Dickinson Plantation

Dover, Delaware

It was January 18, 1740 when Samuel Dickinson, a wealthy Quaker tobacco planter and...
John Jay Homestead State Historic Site

Katonah, New York

John Jay co-authored the Treaty of Paris, which ended the Revolutionary War, and the...
Johnson Hall State Historic Site

Johnstown, New York

Johnson Hall State Historic Site was the 1763 Georgian home and business headquarters for...
Kings Mountain National Military Park

Blacksburg, South Carolina

By exploring the Visitor Center, which includes a 26 minute film, exhibit area and 1.5...
Knox's Headquarters State Historic Site

New Windsor, New York

From October 1782 until the spring of 1783, as 7,000 soldiers and 500 "camp...
Liberty Bell

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Liberty Bell's inscription conveys a message of liberty which goes beyond the words...
Mcconnell Springs

Lexington, Kentucky

McConnell Springs is a significant site in Lexington history successfully preserved by...
Monticello

Charlottesville, Virginia

Construction began in 1769 according to Jefferson's first design, which was completed (...
Moore House

Yorktown, Virginia

The site on which the Moore House now stands was first patented by Governor John Harvey...
Moores Creek National Battlefield

Currie, North Carolina

The battle is commemorated annually during the last full weekend in February. The event...
Morris Jumel Mansion

New York, New York

During the decade before the Revolutionary War, the Georgian house, with its monumental...
Morristown National Historic Park

Morristown, New Jersey

The adjacent museum contains two museum galleries featuring a 25-minute film on 18th-...
Mount Independence

Orwell, Vermont

During that historic summer, 12,000 soldiers built a massive fort to defend against an...
Mount Vernon

Mount Vernon, Virginia

Mount Vernon, the beloved home of George and Martha Washington, is the most popular...
Museum Of Culpeper History

Culpeper, Virginia

This museum tells the story of Culpeper's rich heritage, featuring local dinosaur fossils...
Nathanael Greene Museum

Greeneville, Tennessee

The Nathanael Greene Museum is a Greene County Museum dedicated to preserving the county...
National Constitution Center

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The National Constitution Center was created by the Constitution Heritage Act in 1988....
National Museum Of The American Revolution

Titusville, New Jersey

The Foundation is named for an early (1821-1831) Congressman, Dr. Samuel Swan of...
National Museum Of The U.S. Navy

Washington, District Of Columbia

The U.S. Navy Museum includes exhibits covering the U.S. Navy's history from the...
New Castle Court House Museum

New Castle, Delaware

The original, central section of the building was constructed in 1732 over the remains of...
New Windsor Cantonment State Historic Site

Vails Gate, New York

In October 1782, General George Washington moved his army to New Windsor to establish...
Ninety Six National Historic Site

Ninety Six, South Carolina

More Revolutionary War battles & skirmishes took place in South Carolina than any...
North Hill Preservation District

Pensacola, Florida

North Hill is one of the largest residential historic districts in the State of Florida...
Old '76 House

Tappan, New York

This great tavern has accommodated guests on various occasions, including the Continental...
Old Barracks Museum

Fort Dix, New Jersey

The barracks serves as an educational center for Colonial and American history, and...
Old Fort House Museum

Fort Edward, New York

The house museum, originally the 1772 home of Patrick Smyth, has been open to the public...
Old Saint Paul's Cemetery

Baltimore, Maryland

This historic cemetery features the graves of some of the most notable names in early...
Old Stone House

Brooklyn, New York

During the Battle of Brooklyn in August 1776, a regiment of about 400 volunteers from...
Patriots Park and the André Captors' Monument

Tarrytown, New York

Exactly on the border between Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow and next door to the Warner...
Rock Ford Plantation

Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Hand's Georgian brick mansion stands on the banks of the Conestoga River and is...
Saint Paul's Church National Historic Site

Mount Vernon, New York

St. Paul's Church helps to tell the story of the development of colonial society and the...
Salem Maritime National Historic Site

Salem, Massachusetts

Salem, Massachusetts has looked to the sea since the community was founded in 1626, and...
Saratoga National Historical Park

Stillwater, New York

Here in the autumn of 1777 American forces met, defeated and forced a major British army...
Schuyler Mansion

Albany, New York

Philip Schuyler and his wife, Catharine Van Rensselaer, descended from affluent and...
Schwartz Tavern

Blackstone, Virginia

Schwartz Tavern was once operated by John A. Schwartz. Since Schwartz is German for Black...
Society Of Cincinnati Headquarters

Washington, District Of Columbia

The Society of the Cincinnati was founded at the close of the Revolutionary War by the...
Springfield Armory National Historic Site

Springfield, Massachusetts

Begin your visit to the site of the nation’s first (& last) armory by finding...
Stony Point Battlefield State Historic Site

Stony Point, New York

Sir Henry Clinton, commander of the British forces in America, attempted to coerce...
Stratford Hall Plantation

Stratford, Virginia

Stratford Hall is one of the great houses of American history. Its magnificent setting on...
The American Independence Museum

Exeter, New Hampshire

In 1985, a Dunlap Broadside of the Declaration of Independence was found in the Ladd-...
The Fort At No. 4 Living History Museum

Charlestown, New Hampshire

The museum offers tours given by guides dressed in the traditional 18th century garb....
Thomas Paine Cottage

New Rochelle, New York

Several rooms are set up to reflect what life was like during the Revolutionary War and...
Thomas Stone National Historic Site

Port Tobacco, Maryland

Thomas Stone was just one member of a prominent Maryland family: his great-grandfather...
United States Military Academy At West Point

Highland Falls, New York

General George Washington considered West Point to be the most important strategic...
Upsala

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

This meticulously restored example of Federal architecture and interior design is noted...