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Avon Inn
Avon, New York

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

Boyd Tavern
Boydton, Virginia

The original Boyd Tavern was constructed in 1790, consisting of a small one-story dwell

Boykins Tavern Museum
Windsor, Virginia

Boykin inherited this land in 1780, as well as the house that had stood there since 176

Buckhorn Saloon & Museum
San Antonio, Texas

Winner of the 2002 "Best Attraction" award from the Downtown Alliance, the Buckhorn Sal

Camp Floyd/stagecoach Inn State Park Museum
Fairfield, Utah

Camp Floyd / Stagecoach Inn State Park Museum is Utah's link with the Civil War.

Chester Inn
Jonesborough, Tennessee

Dr. William P.

City Tavern
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

The Tavern was built "for the convenience and credit of the city" by a group of eminent

Colonial Williamsburg
Williamsburg, Virginia

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

Corning Painted Post Historical Society & Benjamin Patterson Inn Museum
Corning, New York

The society was founded in 1947 "to collect local historical data, to diffuse the knowl

Degas House
New Orleans, Louisiana

Built during the original development of the Esplanade Ridge Neighborhood, the Degas Ho

Elizabeth Van Tassel House
Tarrytown, New York

There is no way around this, so we may as well be frank: the location of the Van Tassel

Essex Inn, The
Essex, New York

It has operated almost continuously since the early lake port days, making it one of th

Farnsworth House Inn
Gettysburg, Pennsylvania

Enjoy a variety of period specialty fare brought by servers in period dress at the Farn

Fraunces Tavern Museum
New York, New York

Fraunces Tavern Museum is a survivor of the early days of New York City.

Gadsby's Tavern
Alexandria, Virginia

A historic tavern and museum dating from the years following the American Revolution an

Golden Fleece Tavern
Dover, Delaware

On December 17, 1787, Delaware ratified the Constitution at the Golden Fleece Tavern, t

Heidelberg Hotel
Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Construction on the Heidelberg Hotel began in 1927, with just a sketch on a napkin.

Henry B. Plant Museum
Tampa, Florida

A testament to the extravagant tastes that informed Gilded Age architectural style, the

Historic Odessa Foundation
Odessa, Delaware

The Historic Houses of Odessa offers guided tours all year long of five historic houses

Historical Society Of Carroll County
Westminster, Maryland

Composed of three buildings, the Historical Society of Carroll County offers visitors a

Hotel De Paris Museum
Georgetown, Colorado

The NSCDA in Colorado purchased the building in 1954 and now operates it as the only ho

Hotel Halbrook Railroad And Local History Museum
Dickson, Tennessee

The first floor lobby and an upstairs hotel room have been furnished to represent the h

Jeff's Pirate Cove and Seaside Museum
Ipan Talofofo, Guam

Halfway between the Togcha River and the Cove sits a bunker built during World War II w

Milton House Museum
Milton, Wisconsin

Pioneer, Joseph Goodrich, came to Prairie du Lac, as Milton was called then, in 1838, l

Old '76 House
Tappan, New York

This great tavern has accommodated guests on various occasions, including the Continent

Old Sturbridge Village
Sturbridge, Massachusetts

Old Sturbridge Village is the largest living history museum in New England, spanning o

Phelps Tavern Museum
Simsbury, Connecticut

The mission of the society is to promote an appreciation of the history of Simsbury, it

Rising Sun Tavern
Fredericksburg, Virginia

 

Schwartz Tavern
Blackstone, Virginia

Schwartz Tavern was once operated by John A. Schwartz.

Sparta Rock House
Sparta, Tennessee

The small, stone Rock House, originally built to collect tolls on a private road, was b

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