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Historic Sites

Avery Research Center For African American History & Culture
Charleston, South Carolina

The Avery Research Center for African American History and Culture at the College of Ch

Aviation Museum Of Kentucky
Lexington, Kentucky

This 12,000-square-foot museum, located in a hangar on Lexington's Blue Grass Airport,

Avon Inn
Avon, New York

This stately, 19th-century Greek Revival mansion, listed on the National Register of Hi

Aycock Birthplace
Fremont, North Carolina

Found off the beaten path, two miles south of Fremont, the historic site features a mid

Aztec Ruins National Monument
Aztec, New Mexico

Aztec Ruins provides visitors an intimate opportunity to explore the ancient Puebloan “

B&O Railroad Museum
Baltimore, Maryland

This museum holds the oldest, most diverse American railroad collection in the world.

B&O Railroad Museum: Ellicott City Station
Ellicott City, Maryland

The oldest standing railroad station in the United States houses this museum in histori

Babcock Smith House Museum
Westerly, Rhode Island

Since the middle of the eighteenth century the Babcock-Smith House has stood amid an ev

Backstreet Cultural Museum
New Orleans, Louisiana

The Backstreet Cultural Museum contains exhibits, artifacts, memorabilia, films and vid

Bacon's Castle
Surry, Virginia

It's not really a castle, nor was it the home of rebellion leader Nathaniel Bacon, but

Badin Historic Museum
Badin, North Carolina

The story of Badin township begancirca 10,000 B.C.

Bailey House Museum
Wailuku, Hawaii

The mission home, built on the site of the Royal compound of Kahekili, last ruling chie

Baker Block Museum
Baker, Florida

The Baker Block Museum specializes in local history.

Baker Mansion
Altoona, Pennsylvania

Baker Mansion was originally home to ironmaster Elias Baker and his family.

Baldwin Reynolds House
Meadville, Pennsylvania

First purchased in 1840 from by Justice Henry Baldwin from Squire Lord, the house has s

Baltimore Museum Of Art
Baltimore, Maryland

This museum features an eclectic mix of artwork from different cultures, ranging from A

Baltimore Museum Of Industry
Baltimore, Maryland

Founded in 1977 and located now in the historic Platt Oyster Cannery building, this mus

Banadero Cave

The Marianas were captured by Japan in 1914 and became a bloody battle ground in World

Los Alamos, New Mexico

Bandelier has a long human history and links to the modern Pueblos.

Bannack State Park
Dillon, Montana

As news of the gold strike spread many prospectors and businessmen rushed to Bannack ho

Banneker Douglass Museum
Annapolis, Maryland

The Banneker-Douglass Museum is named for Benjamin Banneker and Frederick Douglass, and

Bannerman Castle Trust
Fishkill, New York

David Bannerman purchased the island from the Taft family in 1900 as a safe storage sit

Banning Residence Museum
Wilmington, California

The house is restored with Victorian style furniture to look as it did when the Banning

Barbour County Historical Museum
Philippi, West Virginia
Barker Mansion
Michigan City, Indiana

Much of the decor consists of authentic Barker family artifacts, including furnishings

Barlow House Museum
Barlow, Kentucky

On display in the house are many wonderful examples of Mr.

Barnacle, The
Miami, Florida

The distinctive vernacular architecture that prevailed in Miami at the end of the 19th

Barnes Foundation
Merion Station, Pennsylvania

This art gallery possesses more than 2500 objects, including 800 paintings estimated to

Barona Museum
Lakeside, California

The museum’s collection represents thousands of years of history—some objects dating as

Barratt's Chapel and Museum
Frederica, Delaware

Under the direction of John Wesley after the American Revolutionary War, Thomas Coke an