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Athenaeum Rectory
Columbia, Tennessee

Originally designed in 1835 as a home for Samuel Polk Walker, President James K.

Audubon House & Tropical Gardens
Key West, Florida

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

Augustus Lutheran Church
Collegeville, Pennsylvania

The first church building of Augustus Lutheran Church is still standing and is the olde

Avon Inn
Avon, New York

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

Aycock Birthplace
Fremont, North Carolina

Found off the beaten path, two miles south of Fremont, the historic site features a mid

B&O Railroad Museum: Ellicott City Station
Ellicott City, Maryland

The oldest standing railroad station in the United States houses this museum in histori

Babcock Smith House Museum
Westerly, Rhode Island

Since the middle of the eighteenth century the Babcock-Smith House has stood amid an ev

Bacon's Castle
Surry, Virginia

It's not really a castle, nor was it the home of rebellion leader Nathaniel Bacon, but

Badin Historic Museum
Badin, North Carolina

The story of Badin township begancirca 10,000 B.C.

Bailey House Museum
Wailuku, Hawaii

The mission home, built on the site of the Royal compound of Kahekili, last ruling chie

Baker Mansion
Altoona, Pennsylvania

Baker Mansion was originally home to ironmaster Elias Baker and his family.

Bannerman Castle Trust
Fishkill, New York

David Bannerman purchased the island from the Taft family in 1900 as a safe storage sit

Banning Residence Museum
Wilmington, California

The house is restored with Victorian style furniture to look as it did when the Banning

Barnacle, The
Miami, Florida

The distinctive vernacular architecture that prevailed in Miami at the end of the 19th

Barrington Hall
Roswell, Georgia

The surrounding seven acres of original grounds look the same as they did 160 years ago

Bartow Pell Mansion Museum
Bronx, New York

In 1836, Pell family descendant Robert Bartow and his wife, Maria Lorillard, purchased

Bassett Hall
Williamsburg, Virginia

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

Battle Of Lexington State Historic Site
Lexington, Missouri

The house, which changed hands three times,  provided the downstairs hallway where many

Bayside Historical Society
Fort Totten, New York

The birth of the Bayside Historical Society was the culmination of several committees i

Beaches Museum And History Center
Jacksonville Beach, Florida

19th-century oil tycoon and transportation pioneer Henry Flagler's era-defining Florida

Beall Dawson Historic House Museum
Rockville, Maryland

Though today Rockville, MD, is a bustling suburb of the nation's capital, it was but a

Beauvoir: The Jefferson Davis Home & Presidential Library
Biloxi, Mississippi

The house was built by James Brown, a wealthy plantation owner from Madison County, Mis

Beaver Area Heritage Foundation
Beaver, Pennsylvania

Founded in 1967 in Beaver, PA, 30 miles northwest of Pittsburgh, the Beaver Area Herita

Beaver County History Center
Freedom, Pennsylvania

The Beaver County Historical Research and Landmarks Foundation was incorporated as a no

Beehive House
Salt Lake City, Utah

The second Salt Lake City home of Brigham Young, the Beehive House is modeled to appear

Belair Mansion
Bowie, Maryland

This restored plantation home of Samuel Ogle now displays the history of its residents

Bellamy Mansion Museum Of History And Design Arts
Wilmington, North Carolina

The Bellamy Mansion is one of North Carolina's most spectacular examples of antebellum

Belle Boyd House Museums And Gardens
Martinsburg, West Virginia

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

Belle Mont Mansion
Tuscumbia, Alabama

Magnificently sited on a commanding hilltop, Belle Mont is one of early Alabama’s crown

Beloit Historical Society
Beloit, Wisconsin

The Lincoln Center is the home of the Robert and Elizabeth Solem Museum.

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