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Sharlot Hall Museum

Prescott, Arizona

The museum center houses the reception center; the Museum Archives and Library; a lecture...
Sharon Historical Society & Museum

Sharon, Connecticut

The Sharon Historical Society has an institutional history similar to many small...
Shelton Historical Society

Shelton, Connecticut

The early 19th-century Brownson House is an example of late-Federal/early Greek Revival...
Sherman Historical Society & Museum

Sherman, Connecticut

The house was built in 1829 by David Jr. after selling his mercantile business across the...
Sherwood Forest Plantation

Charles City, Virginia

The plantation, first recorded in a 1616 land grant, was originally known as Smith's...
Shiloh Museum Of Ozark History

Springdale, Arkansas

The Shiloh Museum tells the story of pioneer men, women and children through a variety of...
Shirley Plantation

Charles City, Virginia

Shirley Plantation is Virginia's first plantation and one of the first economic engines...
Shoal Creek Living History Museum

Kansas City, Missouri

Covering more than 80 acres of beautiful rolling hills in Kansas City North's Hodge Park...
Sisson Museum

Mt. Shasta, California

With exhibits like a model railroad depicting the town of Dunsmuir in it's heyday as a...
Skene Manor

Whitehall, New York

In 1874 New York Supreme Court Judge Joseph Potter built the three-story Victorian gothic...
Slate Run Park & Historical Farm

Canal Winchester, Ohio

Slate Run features a variety of habitats ranging from the open areas of grasslands,...
Smith Mcdowell House Museum

Asheville, North Carolina

  The 4-story mansion was built on a plantation south of Asheville approximately...
Smith's Castle

North Kingstown, Rhode Island

During the 18th century, large plantations dotted the Narragansett shoreline from...
Smithville Community Historical Society

Smithville, Ohio

The log cabin gives visitors a glimpse into the world of pioneer forefathers (and mothers...
Society Of Cincinnati Headquarters

Washington, District Of Columbia

The Society of the Cincinnati was founded at the close of the Revolutionary War by the...
Society Of Founders Of Norwich & Leffingwell House Museum

Norwich, Connecticut

The Christopher Leffingwell House is unique in illustrating the development from 17th...
South County Historical Society

Arroyo Grande, California

The South County Historical Society boasts several late 19th century dwellings, a...
South Florida Railroad Museum

Deerfield Beach, Florida

The museum seeks to provide the public with the history of railroading and how it...
South Park Historical Foundation & Museum

Fairplay, Colorado

South Park City is a remarkable restoration of these early towns, preserving the history...
Space Needle

Seattle, Washington

The symbol of Seattle was built for the 1962 World's Fair and features an observation...
Spring Hill Historic Home

Massillon, Ohio

Thomas Rotch brought his flock of 400 Merino sheep to Spring Hill in 1811. He founded the...
St. Augustine Lighthouse And Museum

St. Augustine, Florida

A Spanish watchtower, built in the late 1500's was the predecessor of the present St....
St. Lucie County Historical Museum

Fort Pierce, Florida

This county museum features a collection of artifacts and relics, including uniforms from...
St. Mary's County Historical Society

Leonardtown, Maryland

The St. Mary's County Historical Society features two museums: one in Tudor Hall and the...
St. Vrain Historical Society

Longmont, Colorado

Stamford Historical Society

Stamford, Connecticut

The Stamford Historical Society was founded in 1901. Like most historical societies,...
Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens

Akron, Ohio

In 1898, F.A. Seiberling founded The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, naming it after...
Stanley Whitman House

Farmington, Connecticut

The Stanley-Whitman House dates from 1720 but incorporates earlier features typical of...
State Capital Museum and Outreach Center

Olympia, Washington

Located in the historic Lord Mansion, seven blocks south of the capital campus in Olympia...
Steel Plant Museum & Lackawanna Library

Lackawanna, New York

The museum also contains old city directories, microfilm of Lackawanna’s local...
Stimson Green House

Seattle, Washington

The Stimson-Green House is a beautifully-preserved example of a fashionable turn-of-the-...
Stonestreet Museum Of 19th Century Medicine

Rockville, Maryland

The Stonestreet Museum of 19th Century Medicine offers an insider's look into the...
Storey County Courthouse

Virginia City, Nevada

The Storey County Courthouse was built in the high Italianate style that embodies 19th-...
Stratford Hall Plantation

Stratford, Virginia

Stratford Hall is one of the great houses of American history. Its magnificent setting on...
Strongsville Historical Society

Strongsville, Ohio

In the fall of 1962, twenty Strongsville residents met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard...
Susan B. Anthony House

Rochester, New York

The Susan B. Anthony House keeps her vision alive and relevant by preserving and sharing...
Susquehanna Museum

Havre de Grace, Maryland

  The Susquehanna Museum is housed in the 1840's Lock Tender's house at the...
Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre

New York, New York

The Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre was imported to the U.S. in 1876 as Sweden’s...
Taos Art Museum & Fenchin House

Taos, New Mexico

Paintings by the founders of the Taos Society of Artists: Joseph H. Sharp, Bert G....
Tennessee State Capitol

Nashville, Tennessee

The Capitol, still in use by state government, features numerous works of art, historical...
Terrace Hill

Des Moines, Iowa

Benjamin Franklin Allen, Iowa's first millionaire, built Terrace Hill as his family home...
Territorial Statehouse State Park Museum

Fillmore, Utah

In anticipation of Utah's statehood, Brigham Young directed construction of the building...
The Cabildo

New Orleans, Louisiana

The Cabildo was the seat of colonial government in New Orleans, Louisiana; declared a...
The Henry Ford

Dearborn, Michigan

The Henry Ford in Dearborn, Michigan is a national historic landmark site and a multi-day...
The Hermitage Home Of President Andrew Jackson

Nashville, Tennessee

The Hermitage mansion has been meticulously restored to its 1837 appearance and today...
The Powder Magazine

Charleston, South Carolina

Construction began on The Powder Magazine in 1712 and was completed by 1713, making it...
Thomas Center for the Arts

Gainesville, Florida

Originally built as an estate for Major William Reuben Thomas and his family, "Sunkist...
Thomas Paine Cottage

New Rochelle, New York

Several rooms are set up to reflect what life was like during the Revolutionary War and...
Three Village Historical Society

Setauket, New York

The Three Village Historical hung its sign outside the Society Headquarters at 93 North...
Tipton Haynes State Historic Site

Johnson City, Tennessee

The Tipton-Haynes site represents various periods of Tennessee history, from pre-colonial...
Torreya State Park

Bristol, Florida

This expansive and verdant state park features an opulent plantation including Civil War-...
Torrington Historical Society & Hotchkiss Fyler House Museum

Torrington, Connecticut

When Torrington resident Orsamus R. Fyler (1840-1909) commissioned a new home in 1897, he...
Touro Synagogue National Historic Site

Newport, Rhode Island

The Touro Synagogue was dedicated in 1762, and serves an active congregation today. The...
Trail End State Historic Site

Sheridan, Wyoming

John B. Kendrick was a cowboy who came up the Texas Trail in 1879, made his money in...
Tread Of Pioneers Museum

Steamboat Springs, Colorado

The Western room, home of an extensive firearms collection, traces ranching life, the...
Troy Museum & Historic Village

Troy, Michigan

The museum offers ten historic buildings and a charming village green. Visitors can tour...
Tuckahoe Plantation

Richmond, Virginia

A home to the Randolph family and working farm for nearly 300 years, this plantation was...
Twin Lights Of Navesink

Highlands, New Jersey

Twin Lights is situated 200 feet above sea level in Highlands, New Jersey. It overlooks...
Tybee Island Light Station

Tybee Island, Georgia

Ordered by General James Oglethorpe, Governor of the 13th colony, in 1732, the Tybee...
Ulster County Historical Society & Bevier House Museum

Marbletown, New York

The one-room dwelling, constructed by Andries Van Leuvan, most likely reflected the Dutch...
Union Landing Historical Society

Brielle, New Jersey

In 1973, a group of citizens interested in preserving and studying the history of Brielle...
Us Post Office Reno Main

Reno, Nevada

MacDonald Engineering constructed the building, with the assistance of the Civil Works...
Vallejo Naval And Historical Museum

Vallejo, California

The Museum is located in Vallejo's historic Old City Hall and features five galleries...
Van Cortlandt House Museum

Bronx, New York

Merchant Jacobus Van Cortlandt began purchasing land in the Bronx in 1694. Gradually, he...
Van Riper Hopper Historic House Museum

Wayne, New Jersey

The farmstead includes an historical herb garden, Archeology Laboratory, and Albert...
Vance Birthplace

Weaverville, North Carolina

The homestead, a large two-story structure of hewn yellow pine logs, has been...
Vermillion County Museum and Fithian House

Danville, Illinois

The true house Museum is housed in a home built by pioneer physician William Fithian, who...
Villa Louis

Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin

Embracing twenty-five acres along the Mississippi River on St. Feriole Island, the...
Virginia House

Richmond, Virginia

Virginia House was completed a few months before the stock market crash of 1929....
Vizcaya Museum And Gardens

Miami, Florida

His tenure at the site, stretching from 1916 to 1925, is today remembered in the museum's...
Wabuska Railroad Station

Carson City, Nevada

Early rail service to Wabuska was operated by the Carson and Colorado Railroad Company,...
Wahconah Park

Pittsfield, Massachusetts

Located in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, Wahconah Park still has a wooden grandstand, a...
Walter Jones Historical Park

Jacksonville, Florida

Walter Jones Historical Park, with its 1875 farmhouse, 1876 barn and sawmill, and...
Warner House Association

Portsmouth, New Hampshire

The dramatic wall murals in the hallway are the oldest colonial wall paintings still in...
Warren Historical & Genealogical Society

Warren, Michigan

Hickory Township became the Village of Warren, which still exists today. Many efforts...
Washington County Historic Courthouse

Stillwater, Minnesota

In the aftermath of the Civil War, the country turned its attention to rebuilding and...
Washington County Historical Society

Hagerstown, Maryland

The main structure of the Miller House, which serves as the Washington County Historical...
Washington State Historical Society

Tacoma, Washington

Founded in 1891 and now into its second century of service, the Washington State...
Waterhouse Residence Museum & The Carpentry Shop Museum

Maitland, Florida

The Waterhouse Residence Museum evokes the glamour and spectacle of Orange County in the...
Watters Smith Memorial State Park And Living History Museum

Lost Creek, West Virginia

The heritage of early West Virginia is preserved in the pioneer homestead restoration at...
Wayne County Historical Society & Museum

Wooster, Ohio

The Wayne County Historical Society and Museum believes it's the little things that count...
Webb Deane Stevens Museum

Wethersfield, Connecticut

The Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum, owned and managed by the National Society of the Colonial...
Weeksville Heritage Center

Brooklyn, New York

The landmark Hunterfly Road Houses are the last surviving residence of 19th century...
Wentworth Coolidge Mansion Historic Site

Portsmouth, New Hampshire

The Mansion reflects five distinct periods of architecture. The extraordinary skill of...
Wesley Mansion And Eden Gardens State Park

Santa Rosa Beach, Florida

This 19th-century home holds an extensive collection of French antiques. The Wesley...
West Virginia Cultural Center

Charleston, West Virginia

The Cultural Center, adjacent to the State Capitol, opened in 1976 to showcase West...
Western Reserve Fire Museum & Education Center

Cleveland, Ohio

Located directly across from Jacobs Field, at the foot of the Lorain-Carnegie Bridge, the...
Weston Historical Society

Weston, Connecticut

The Weston Historical Society was formed in 1961. It already held a substantial backlog...
Weston Manor

Hopewell, Virginia

This 18th-century house, built in 1789 in the style of a Tidewater plantation, is...
Whalehead Club

Corolla, North Carolina

The sleepy village of Corolla on the Outer Banks of North Carolina began an unforeseen...
Whaley House Museum

Flint, Michigan

As the last Victorian era home on East Kearsley Street, Whaley House Museum is one of...
White House Historical Association Visitors Center

Washington, District Of Columbia

In 1995, the National Park Service opened the White House Visitor Center. This facility,...
Wilderstein Historic Site

Rhinebeck, New York

The history of Wilderstein begins in 1852 with Thomas Holy Suckley's purchase of the...
William Allen White House

Lyon County, Kansas

Visit the showplace home of William Allen White, nationally known newspaperman and author...
William Holmes Mcguffey Museum

Oxford, Ohio

The mission of William Holmes McGuffey is to collect, preserve, interpret, and exhibit...
William Trent House Museum

Trenton, New Jersey

William Trent built his country estate north of Philadelphia, in New Jersey, at the Falls...
Willingtown Square

Wilmington, Delaware

In 1976 these buildings were moved to the 500 block of Market Street from various sites...
Windsor Historical Society & Museum

Windsor, Connecticut

The Windsor Historical Society aims to inspire public awareness and appreciation of the...
Winterthur

Winterthur, Delaware

In the early 20th century, H. F. du Pont and his father, Henry Algernon du Pont, designed...
Wolcott Mill

Ray, Michigan

This 2,625 acre park, which also includes Camp Rotary, is located along the banks of the...