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Historic Sites

Acadian Village
Van Buren, Maine

The Acadians were people from France who settled on Acadia, now known as Nova Scotia, i

Allaire Village
Wall Township, New Jersey

Discover the Historic Village at Allaire and all it has to offer.

Allison Antrim Museum
Greencastle, Pennsylvania

The museum provides a home for the artifacts and history of the settlement of Greencast

Amelia Island Museum Of History
Fernandina Beach, Florida

Eight flags have flown over the shores of tiny Amelia Island since the French landed he

Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial
Arlington, Virginia

As the residence of Robert E.

Arthurdale Historic District
Arthurdale, West Virginia

The Arthurdale Historic District was the first of FDR's "New Deal" towns, visited by El

Athens Historic District
Lexington, Kentucky

The village is located in the heart of the Bluegrass Region of Kentuc

B&O Railroad Museum: Ellicott City Station
Ellicott City, Maryland

The oldest standing railroad station in the United States houses this museum in histori

Bannack State Park
Dillon, Montana

As news of the gold strike spread many prospectors and businessmen rushed to Bannack ho

Banneker Douglass Museum
Annapolis, Maryland

The Banneker-Douglass Museum is named for Benjamin Banneker and Frederick Douglass, and

Bayside Historic District
Miami, Florida

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

Beaufort Historic Site
Beaufort, North Carolina

The Beaufort Historic Association is a private, non-profit, membership and volunteer-ba

Bethlehem Historic District
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

The Central Bethlehem Historic District is historically important beyond its current em

Beverly Terrace Historic District
Miami, Florida

Built at the height of the Land Boom in 1925, these Mediterranean Revival style apartme

Boca Raton Historical Society
Boca Raton, Florida

For visitors looking for a comprehensive experience of Boca Raton's history, nothing wi

Boiling Spring Academy
Brentwood, Tennessee

The Boiling Spring Academy is a restored 1830 one room school house located in Primm Hi

Bonita Springs Historical Society
Bonita Springs, Florida

The Bonita Springs Historical Society was formed in 1984 by a small and dedicated group

Boston African American National Historic Site
Boston, Massachusetts

It has roughly two dozen sites on the north face of Beacon Hill.

Canterbury Historical Society
Canterbury, Connecticut

The society meets monthly.

Canterbury Shaker Village
Canterbury, New Hampshire

Canterbury Shaker Village was established in 1792 when followers of founder Mother Ann

Cape Lookout National Seashore
Harkers Island, North Carolina

From birding, to camping, to fishing, to learning about the rich history of Cape Lookou

Champoeg State Heritage Area
St. Paul, Oregon

Visitors can camp overnight, picnic, play disc golf, ride a bicycle on a four-mile pave

Charlotte Amalia Historic District
Charlotte Amalia, Virgin Islands (U.S.)

Charlotte Amalia, the first permanent European settlement on St.

Chevy Chase Historical Society
Chevy Chase, Maryland

The history of Chevy Chase, which was founded in 1725, is collected and preserved by th

City Of Sanibel Historical Village & Museum
Sanibel, Florida

This historical village has ben restored with pioneer buildings.

Clarksburg Downtown Historical District
Clarksburg, West Virginia

Clarksburg was the birthplace of Stonewall Jackson.

Collierville Historic District
Collierville, Tennessee

The Historic District Merchants Association was founded in 1996 by the many independent

Colonial Spanish Quarter
St. Augustine, Florida

As St.

Colonial Williamsburg
Williamsburg, Virginia

The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation operates the world’s largest living history museum

Daniels County Museum & Pioneer Town
Scobey, Montana

The Daniels County Museum & Pioneer Town is located on 20 acres just west of Scobey