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Historic Sites

A. Schwab Dry Goods Store
Memphis, Tennessee

The store's family motto is, "If you can't find it at A.

Abram's Delight Museum
Winchester, Virginia

The oldest house in Winchester, this stone building is a wonderful example of early set

Adaland Mansion
Philippi, West Virginia

An elegant 1850s plantation home restored to give visitors an authentic picture of 19th

Adams County Historical Society
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

The society manages a museum in Shmucker Hall of the Luthern Theological Seminary, whic

Adkins Historic & Museum Complex
Mardela Springs, Maryland

Eight historic buildings, including a farmhouse, comprise the Adkins Museum Complex

Agecroft Hall
Richmond, Virginia

A "transplant" from Tudor England, this half-timbered manor house built in the 15th cen

Alabama Capitol
Montgomery, Alabama

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

Alabama Historic Theatre
Birmingham, Alabama

The Alabama Theatre was built in 1927 by Paramount Studios as an Alabama showcase for P

Alamo
San Antonio, Texas

Although the Alamo fell in the early morning hours of March 6, 1836, the death of the A

Alamo, Miami
Miami, Florida

The first city hospital, which opened at the time of the influenza epidemic of 1918, is

Albany County Historical Association & Ten Broeck Mansion
Albany, New York

The 209-year-old Ten Broeck Mansion is the headquarters of the Albany County Historical

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

Alpine County Museum
Markleeville, California

The Museum contains displays of an old country s

Amana Colonies
Amana, Iowa

The name Amana means to "remain faithful".

American Heritage Archives
Gaithersburg, Maryland

The American Heritage Archives contain thousands of origina

Amherst History Museum
Amherst, Massachusetts

Andersonville National Historic Site
Andersonville, Georgia

Camp Sumter, commonly called Andersonville, was one of the largest military prisons est

Andres Pico Adobe
Mission Hills, California

Inside are museum displays of native American beads, Mission and Spanish-Mexican era ar

Appalachian Caverns And Campground
Blountville, Tennessee

For many years the cavern lay in silence broken only by the sound of the water, the ani

Appomattox Court House National Park
Appomattox, Virginia

Robert E. Lee surrendered to Ulysses S.

Argo Gold Mine And Museum
Idaho Springs, Colorado

The five-story Argo mill was renovated and opened to the public as a historic and educa

Arkansas Historic Preservation Program
Little Rock, Arkansas

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

Arkansas Post Museum
Gillett, Arkansas

The Main House contains an audiovisual room and gift shop.

Assumption Parish Courthouse
Napoleonville, Louisiana

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

Astor House Museum And Clear Creek History Park
Golden, Colorado

The Astor House was built in 1867, and stayed in continuous operation as a boarding and

Athenaeum Rectory
Columbia, Tennessee

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

Audubon House & Tropical Gardens
Key West, Florida

Famed ornithologist John James Audubon spent much productive time during his 1832 visit

Augusta Canal
Augusta, Georgia

Visitors can float past 200 years of Georgia history on a replica canal cargo boat, vis

Avon Inn
Avon, New York

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