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Historic Sites

Alabama Capitol
Montgomery, Alabama

Completed in 1851, this National Historic Landmark is a museum of state history and pol

Alfred B. Maclay State Gardens
Tallahassee, Florida

These beautiful ornamental gardens were first planted in 1923 by Alfred B.

Allegheny County Courthouse And Jail
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Designed by famed architect Henry Hobs

Amana Colonies
Amana, Iowa

The name Amana means to "remain faithful".

Arkansas Historic Preservation Program
Little Rock, Arkansas

The Arkansas Historic Preservation Program is devoted to getting the citizens of Arkans

Ashael Bush House
Salem, Oregon

Bush House typifies a Victorian home in the truest sense of that word.

Assumption Parish Courthouse
Napoleonville, Louisiana

The Assumption Parish Courthouse was built in 1896, while the nearby jail is an earlier

Athenaeum Rectory
Columbia, Tennessee

Originally designed in 1835 as a home for Samuel Polk Walker, President James K.

Avon Inn
Avon, New York

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

Babcock Smith House Museum
Westerly, Rhode Island

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

Barker Mansion
Michigan City, Indiana

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

Barnacle, The
Miami, Florida

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

Bayside Historic District
Miami, Florida

Comprised of four distinct subdivisions, Bayside mirrors the diversity and taste of its

Beall Dawson Historic House Museum
Rockville, Maryland

Though today Rockville, MD, is a bustling suburb of the nation's capital, it was but a

Bear Mountain Bridge And Tollhouse
Camp Smith, New York

As the oldest of NYSBA’s bridges, Bear Mountain Bridge was the first vehicular river cr

Beattie Powers Place
Catskill, New York

The site, with sweeping views of the Hudson River and the state historic site of Olana,

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 Mont Mansion
Tuscumbia, Alabama

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

Belmont Mansion
Nashville, Tennessee

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

Bennington Battle Monument
Bennington, Vermont

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

Billingsley House Museum
Upper Marlboro, Maryland

Although Major John Billingsley never lived on the property he acquired from Lord Balti

Bleak House
Knoxville, Tennessee

Bleak House, an antebellum mansion of fifteen spacious rooms and wide halls, stands wel

Bolduc House Historic Properties
Sainte Genevieve, Missouri

Built in 1770 out near the river on the Le Grand Champ field by Louis Bolduc, a Canadia

Bonnet House Museum & Gardens
Fort Lauderdale, Florida

The American artist Frederic Clay Bartlett used the Bonnet House as his winter residenc

Brucemore
Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Brucemore’s story is about hundreds of immigrants drawn to Cedar Rapids to work in the

Bull Stone House
Campbell Hall, New York

Built in 1722, the house was once home to William Bull, a stonemason builder, and his w

Bulloch Hall
Roswell, Georgia

Completed in 1839 for Major James Stephens Bulloch, one of Roswell's founders, Bulloch

Cades Cove Thompson Brown House Museum
Maryville, Tennessee

Thompson-Brown House, included in the National Register of Historic Places and located

Cahokia Courthouse
Cahokia, Illinois

Built about 1740 as a four-room private residence by Jean le Poincet and later purchase

Campbell House Museum
St. Louis, Missouri

After a monumental five-year, $3 million restoration the museum now stands as one of th