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Historic Sites

Coachella Valley Museum
Indio, California

The museum sets out to display the culture of Coachella Valley with constantly changing

Colonial Williamsburg
Williamsburg, Virginia

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

Conrad Mansion Museum
Kalispell, Montana

Along with establishing the Kalispell Townsite Company and eventually the Conrad Nation

Cranbury Museum
Cranbury, New Jersey

In 1975, the Arthur E.

Crane Phillips House Living Museum
Cranford, New Jersey

The museum offers visitors a rare glimpse of what life was like for a modest family in

Davenport House Museum
Savannah, Georgia

The Davenport House was opened as a museum in 1963 and recently restored to its origina

Del Norte County Historical Society Museum
Crescent City, California

The Main Museum has a wealth of interesting displays.

Delaware History Museum
Wilmington, Delaware

In 1998, the Delaware History Museum opened Distinctively Delaware, the first

Dewitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum
Williamsburg, Virginia

The museum journeys through the history of Williamsburg and also connects the city to B

Dorchester County Historical Society
Cambridge, Maryland

Located on the Eastern Shore, the Dorchester County Historical Society is based out of

Drake House Museum
Plainfield, New Jersey

Visitors to the Drake House Parlor will find a variety of Victorian era treasures, incl

Edison And Ford Winter Estates
Fort Myers, Florida

These estates feature changing special exhibits that explain the history and innovation

Elliott Museum
Stuart, Florida

This regional history museum features an extensive collection of antique automobiles.

French Legation Museum
Austin, Texas

The French Legation Museum as it exists today represents a conscientious effort to retu

Golden Pioneer Museum
Golden, Colorado

Exhibits in the museum include: Native American artifacts and timelines, pioneer domest

Goldring Woldenberg Institute Of Southern Jewish Life
Jackson, Mississippi

Jews have lived in the South since the late 17th century.

Gov. Jonathan Trumbull House
Lebanon, Connecticut

Governor Jonathan Trumbull's house is unusual in having the only central chimney with a

Governor Henry Lippitt House Museum
Providence, Rhode Island

Over the years the family made only a few changes respecting the historic integrity of

Graham County Historical Society And Museum
Thatcher, Arizona

Some history buffs have called this museum the "finest small-town museum" in Arizona.

Graves Library Museum
Wakefield, Nebraska

The Wakefield Heritage Organization, a non-profit organization, was organized in 2000 a

Guilford Keeping Society
Guilford, Connecticut

Along with the buildings, we maintain an extensive collection of Guilford historic phot

Harold Warp Pioneer Village
Minden, Nebraska

The Pioneer Village complex comprises 28 buildings on 20 acres housing over 50,000 item

Harry P. Leu Gardens
Orlando, Florida

Harry P.

Harry S. Truman Little White House Museum
Key West, Florida

The museum's exhibits range from the microcosmic (the 1948 election) to the macrocosmic

Hart Cluett House
Troy, New York

The marble-faced structure known as the Hart-Cluett House is one of the finest intact h

Haywood Hall
Raleigh, North Carolina

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

Headley Whitney Museum
Lexington, Kentucky

George W. Headley spent his career designing jewelry and bibelots.

Hendrickson House Museum
Wilmington, Delaware

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

Henry B. Plant Museum
Tampa, Florida

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

Henry Sheldon Museum Of Vermont History
Middlebury, Vermont

Henry Sheldon devoted thirty years of his life to collecting, documenting, and preservi

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