Historic Sites

Beehive House
Salt Lake City, Utah

The second Salt Lake City home of Brigham Young, the Beehive House is modeled to appear

Belair Mansion
Bowie, Maryland

This restored plantation home of Samuel Ogle now displays the history of its residents

Bell County Museum
Belton, Texas

The Museum guides visitors through the unique and varied history of Bell County.

Bellamy Mansion Museum Of History And Design Arts
Wilmington, North Carolina

The Bellamy Mansion is one of North Carolina's most spectacular examples of antebellum

Belle Boyd House Museums And Gardens
Martinsburg, West Virginia

The historic home, built in 1853, features several different exhibits detailing America

Belle Grove Plantation
Middletown, Virginia

Belle Grove was home to the sister, Nelly Conway Madison, of President James Madison.

Belle Meade Plantation
Nashville, Tennessee

The centerpiece of the property is the Belle Meade mansion built in 1853.

Belle Mont Mansion
Tuscumbia, Alabama

Magnificently sited on a commanding hilltop, Belle Mont is one of early Alabama’s crown

Belleville Area Museum
Belleville, Michigan

The Belleville Area Museum first opened at Old Quirk School in 1989, featuring small-sc

Bellingham International Maritime Museum
Bellingham, Washington

The museum focuses on the maritime and naval history of the United States.

Bellport Brookhaven Historical Society & Museum
Bellport, New York

The society pursues its goals through its museum, its historic house with its ancillary

Belmont Mansion
Nashville, Tennessee

The moving spirit of Belmont Mansion was Adelicia Hayes Franklin Acklen Cheatham.

Beloit Historical Society
Beloit, Wisconsin

The Lincoln Center is the home of the Robert and Elizabeth Solem Museum.

Beltrami County History Center
Bemidji, Minnesota

The history center itself is home to the Beltrami County Historical Society.

Ben E. Clement Mineral Museum
Marion, Kentucky

From 1920 until his death in 1980, Ben E.

Benicia Historical Museum
Benicia, California

During the 19th century, when Benecia was first being settled, the military built an ar

Benjamin Rowe House
Gilford, New Hampshire

About 1838, Gilford farmer Benjamin Rowe decided to try his hand at making bricks.

Bennett Place
Durham, North Carolina

In 1865 the Confederate General Johnston and Union General Sherman met at the Bennett P

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

Bennington Museum
Bennington, Vermont

The 28,000-square-foot museum, which owns more than 60,000 artifacts from southern Verm

Bent's Old Fort
La Junta, Colorado

William and Charles Bent, along with Ceran St.

Bentonville Battlefield
Four Oaks, North Carolina

In addition to the fiber-optic display, Bentonville's remaining exhibits have received

Bergen County Historical Society
River Edge, New Jersey

The museum and library collections comprise the greatest survival of significant Bergen

Bergstrom Mahler Museum
Neenah, Wisconsin

Mrs.

Berkeley History Center
Berkeley, California

The center contains exhibits about the history of the Berkeley area, both with educatio

Berkeley Plantation
Charles City, Virginia

One of Virginia's most historic plantations and the site of the first official Thanksgi

Berkeley Springs State Park
Berkeley Springs, West Virginia

The warm mineral springs that naturally bubble up in Berkeley Springs State Park have b

Berkshire Athenaeum
Pittsfield, Massachusetts

The Berkshire Athenaeum is the public library for the city of Pittsfield, Massachusetts

Berkshire Museum
Pittsfield, Massachusetts

In 1903, Berkshire Museum founder, Zenas Crane, was inspired by such institutions as th