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Historic Sites

Ardenwood Historic Farm
Fremont, California

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

Billings Farm & Museum
Woodstock, Vermont

The Billings Farm was established in 1871 by Frederick Billings, a native Vermonter who

Bradford Brinton Memorial & Museum
Big Horn, Wyoming

The Ranch House on the Quarter Circle A Ranch, on the National Register of Historic Pla

Bussard Farmstead At The Agricultural History Farm Park
Derwood, Maryland

Situated along Rock Creek in Derwood, Maryland, the Agricultural History Farm Park is a

Dudley Farm, The
Guilford, Connecticut

The last family member, David Dudley, gave the farm to the North Guilford Volunteer Fir

Farm And Ranch Museum
Gering, Nebraska

Fosterfields Living History Farm
Morristown, New Jersey

Originally owned by General Joseph Revere, grandson of Paul Revere, the property is now

Hallockville Museum Farm
Riverhead, New York

The 28-acre farm preserves 18 historic houses, barns and outbuildings ranging from the

Hancock's Resolution
Pasadena, Maryland

Built by Stephen Hancock in 1785, this restored farmhouse depicts over 200 years of Ame

Hendrick I. Lott House
Brooklyn, New York

The Lott House, as it is presently configured, was constructed in 1800 by Hendrick I.

Hendrickson House Museum
Wilmington, Delaware

Hendrickson House, built in 1690 near Crum Creek in Pennsylvania and was moved to its p

Hill Hold Museum
Campbell Hall, New York

This museum depicts what life was like on a Hudson Valley farm in the 1830's.

Historical Society Of Baltimore County
Cockeysville, Maryland

The Baltimore County Almshouse, built in 1782, is the H

Hunt Hill Farm Trust
New Milford, Connecticut

The trust is devoted to protecting this piece of New England agricultural history - the

John Brown Farm State Historic Site
Lake Placid, New York

Radical abolitionist John Brown and his two sons purchased the 244-acre farm in 1849, b

King Barn Dairy Mooseum
Boyds, Maryland

At the MOOseum, visitors learn about Montgomery County history and life on a dairy farm

Kona Historical Society Museum
Kealakekua, Hawaii

The building was constructed from native stones and lime mortar made from burned coral.

Leipers Fork Village
Franklin, Tennessee

Today, Leipers Fork is the area of choice for families wanting a rural atmosphere and c

Littleton Historical Museum
Littleton, Colorado

Located on 39 acres, the museum consists of two living history farms (one from the 1860

Living History Farms
Urbandale, Iowa

The association is a collection of farm sites in Iowa.

Northampton Slave Quarters
Lake Arbor, Maryland

Of the large tobacco plantations of the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries, Northampton was

Old Sturbridge Village
Sturbridge, Massachusetts

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

Oxon Cove Park & Oxon Hill Farm
Oxon Hill, Maryland

The area has been inhabited since Native Americans lived here until the 17th century.

Pearl S. Buck Birthplace Museum (stulting House)
Hillsboro, West Virginia

This house was built by the Stulting family who emigrated from Holland to America in 18

Philipsburg Manor
Tarrytown, New York

Cross the bridge over the river into Philipsburg Manor and step back in time.

Queens County Farm Museum
Floral Park, New York

The Queens County Farm Museum dates back to 1697; it occupies New York City's largest r

Rancho Camulos Museum
Piru, California

The museum comprises 15 structures: the Main Adobe, a Fountain, a Chapel, a Bell Struct

Rancho Los Alamitos
Long Beach, California

Rancho Los Alamitos, which began as a simple adobe building early in the 19th century,

Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm
Tamworth, New Hampshire

At the Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm the agricultural way of life in New Hamp

Rochester Hills Museum At Van Hoosen Farm
Rochester Hills, Michigan

The museum is the primary site for learning about and preserving the history of the gre