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Alfred B. Maclay State Gardens
Tallahassee, Florida

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

Andalusia Estate
Bensalem, Pennsylvania

Home for generations to the Biddle family, Andalusia is one of the finest examples of m

Ardenwood Historic Farm
Fremont, California

Today the Historic Farm exhibits agricultural practices from the 1870s to the present,

Audubon House & Tropical Gardens
Key West, Florida

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

Bartlett Historical Society
Bartlett, New Hampshire

The town of Bartlett is named for Dr.

Bassett Hall
Williamsburg, Virginia

One of the restored 18th-century properties at Colonial Williamsburg, this was the Will

Belle Boyd House Museums And Gardens
Martinsburg, West Virginia

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

Bok Tower And Gardens
Lake Wales, Florida

In 1921, Edward W.

Caramoor Center For Music And The Arts
Katonah, New York

The Rosen House, built around a central courtyard, is the former summer home of Caramoo

Nashville, Tennessee

The Cheekwood gardens are seen and enjoyed by over 175,000 visitors each year.

Dawes Arboretum
Newark, Ohio

Beman and Bertie Dawes founded The Arboretum with the dedication to increase the love a

Dunlawton Sugar Mill Botanical Gardens
Port Orange, Florida

Interpretive signs recount the history of this famous 16th century sugar mill and of th

Glebe House Museum
Woodbury, Connecticut

Today, the Glebe House Museum and Jekyll Garden is a non-profit educational institution

Goodwood Museum And Gardens
Tallahassee, Florida

This estate began in the 1830's as a cotton and corn plantation that ultimately encompa

Harry P. Leu Gardens
Orlando, Florida

Harry P.

Haywood Hall
Raleigh, North Carolina

This historic home was built at the turn of the nineteenth century by John Haywood, a N

Herr Family Homestead
Landisville, Pennsylvania

The original 92 acre property was owned by members of the Herr family since 1844.

Historic London Town And Gardens
Edgewater, Maryland

Within the boundaries of this park was once the late 17th/early 18th-century town of Lo

Historical Society Of Delaware
Wilmington, Delaware

The Delaware History Center dominates the 500 block of Market Street Mall in downtown W

Hollywood Cemetery
Richmond, Virginia

Besides being the resting place to the only Confederate States President, it is also th

Hope Lodge And Mather Mill
Fort Washington, Pennsylvania

Hope Lodge was built between 1743 and 1748 by Samuel Morris, a prosperous Quaker entrep

Indianapolis Museum Of Art
Indianapolis, Indiana

One of the 10 oldest general art museums in the country, the Indianapolis Museum of art

John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art
Sarasota, Florida

Initially built to house John Ringling's personal art collection, the John and Maple Mu

John Wornall House Museum & Herb Garden
Kansas City, Missouri

Now engulfed by Kansas City's Brookside neighborhood, the John Wornall House originally

Kampong, The
Miami, Florida

Located on Biscayne Bay in Coconut Grove, Florida, The Kampong contains a fascinating a

Kimberly Crest House And Gardens
Redlands, California

The 7,000 square foot, three-story chateau sits on a six and one quarter acre estate tw

Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens
Richmond, Virginia

In 1884, Lewis Ginter bought the property and built the Lakeside Wheel Club, a one-stor

Los Altos History Museum
Los Altos, California

The Museum’s permanent interactive exhibit, "The Crown of the Peninsula," depicts the u

Luther Burbank Home And Gardens
Santa Rosa, California

Luther Burbank was born in Lancaster, Massachusetts, on March 7, 1849.

Mandarin Store And Post Office
Jacksonville, Florida

In the 1800s, Mandarin was a small farming village that shipped oranges, grapefruit, le

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