Historic Sites

Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park
Johnson City, Texas

This entire "circle of life" gives the visitor a uniqu

Martin Van Buren National Historic Site
Kinderhook, New York

Van Buren was preeminent among the second generation of American politicians.

Mary Todd Lincoln House
Lexington, Kentucky

Mary Todd was not born at this house but moved here with her family in 1832 when she wa

Monticello
Charlottesville, Virginia

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

Montpelier
Montpelier Station, Virginia

Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Orange, Virginia, Montpelier wa

Mount Pulaski Courthouse
Mount Pulaski, Illinois

The two-story brick building stands at the center of the Mount Pulaski public square.

Mount Rushmore National Memorial
Keystone, South Dakota

Mount Rushmore National Memorial is

Petersen House
Washington, District Of Columbia

At 7:22am on April 15, 1865, President Abraham Lincoln died on a bed in the Petersen Ho

Poplar Forest
Forest, Virginia

Poplar Forest was an important part of Jefferson’s life – a private retreat, situated f

President Benjamin Harrison Home
Indianapolis, Indiana

This museum is dedicated to Benjamin Harrison's achievements and his impact on United S

President James K Polk State Historic Site
Pineville, North Carolina

The reconstructed house is typical of those during Polk’s childhood.

President Lincoln's Cottage
Washington, District Of Columbia

During the Civil War, President Lincoln and his family resided here from June to Novemb

Roosevelt Campobello International Park
Lubec, Maine

For many years, Franklin D. Roosevelt summered on Campobello Island.

Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center
Fremont, Ohio

The museum of the Rutherford B.

Sagamore Hill National Historic Site
Oyster Bay, New York

Sagamore Hill is a destination for tens of thousands of visitors each year.

Sherwood Forest Plantation
Charles City, Virginia

The plantation, first recorded in a 1616 land grant, was originally known as Smith's Hu

The Franklin Pierce Homestead
Hillsborough, New Hampshire

The Pierce Homestead was built in 1804 by Benjamin Pierce the year his son, Franklin, w

The Hermitage Home Of President Andrew Jackson
Nashville, Tennessee

The Hermitage mansion has been meticulously restored to its 1837 appearance and today l

Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace National Historic Site
Manhatten, New York

Theodore Roosevelt, the 26th President of the United States, lived at this site from hi

Thomas Jefferson Memorial
Washington, District Of Columbia

The words of Thomas Jefferson, some written more than 200 years ago, have shaped Americ

USS Potomac
Oakland, California

The USS Potomac, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's "Floating White House", i

Washington Monument
Washington, District Of Columbia

The Washington Monument is the most prominent, as well as one of the older, attractions

White House Historical Association Visitors Center
Washington, District Of Columbia

In 1995, the National Park Service opened the White House Visitor Center.

Woodrow Wilson Family Home
Columbia, South Carolina

In this house, Wilson's father, Dr.

Woodrow Wilson House
Washington, District Of Columbia

The Woodrow Wilson House is a national historic landmark and house museum that focuses