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Historic Sites

1932 & 1980 Lake Placid Winter Olympic Museum
Lake Placid, New York

The Whiteface Lake Placid Olympic Center offers a museum to record the historic events

Bosse Field
Evansville, Indiana

Named after Evansville mayor Benjamin Bosse, Bosse Field opened in 1915 and is one of t

Cardines Field
Newport, Rhode Island

First used as a baseball sandlot in 1908, Cardines Field has hosted baseball in Newport

Doubleday Field
Cooperstown, Alabama

Just two blocks away from the National Baseball Hall of Fame, Doubleday Field is named

Durham Athletic Park
Durham, North Carolina

The Durham Athletic Park, known to local fans as "The DAP", was constructed in 1926 as

Fenway Park
Boston, Massachusetts

Constructed in 1912, Fenway Park is the oldest Major League Baseball stadium currently

Georgia Sports Hall Of Fame
Mason, Georgia

The Hall of Fame seeks to maintain the high ideals and traditions of sports as a positi

Harness Racing Museum & Hall Of Fame
Goshen, New York

It will also continue to augment existing collections and provide extensive research, e

Historical Society Of Palm Beach County
West Palm Beach, Florida

Housed in the historic 1916 Courthouse, the Historical Society of Palm Beach County off

Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall Of Fame Museum
Indianapolis, Indiana

The Hall of Fame Museum displays the equipment and methods used for timing and scoring

Lacrosse Museum & National Hall Of Fame
Baltimore, Maryland

The Lacrosse Museum describes the origins of the sport and displays its greatest athlet

Little League Baseball Museum
Williamsport, Pennsylvania

Little League Baseball grew from small beginnings in Williamsport in 1939 to being play

Mississippi Sports Hall Of Fame & Museum
Jackson, Mississippi

Today, with enthusiastic statewide support and some 250,000 visitors later, this once c

National Museum Of Racing And Hall Of Fame
Saratoga Springs, New York

Located directly across from the Saratoga Race Course, home to the oldest thoroughbred

Old Stone House
Brooklyn, New York

During the Battle of Brooklyn in August 1776, a regiment of about 400 volunteers from M

Old West Museum
Cheyenne, Wyoming

Since 1897, Cheyenne has been home to one of the largest celebrations of the western fr

Pro Football Hall Of Fame
Canton, Ohio

The Hall of Fame, opened in 1963, stands as a shining tribute to the men who have made

Rickwood Field
Birmingham, Alabama

Opened on August 18, 1910, Rickwood Field is one of the oldest baseball parks in the co

St. Louis Cardinals
St. Louis, Missouri

Finished in 2006, Busch Stadium is the home of the Cardinals.

Tennessee Sports Hall Of Fame Museum
Nashville, Tennessee

The 7,200-square-foot facility offers everything from interactive games to exhibits on

Tread Of Pioneers Museum
Steamboat Springs, Colorado

The Western room, home of an extensive firearms collection, traces ranching life, the r

Wahconah Park
Pittsfield, Massachusetts

Located in Pittsfield, Massachusetts, Wahconah Park still has a wooden grandstand, a ra

Wrigley Field
Chicago, Illinois

Opened in 1914, Wrigley Field is the second oldest Major League Baseball stadium in use

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