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Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor
Waterford, New York

The corridor stretches 524 miles across the full expanse of upstate New York.

Escondido History Center
Escondido, California

Heritage Walk Museum includes the city's first library, a turn-of-the-century Victorian

Estes Winn Antique Automobile Museum
Asheville, North Carolina

The car museum is located in the historic Biltmore Industries Weaving Shop, which once

Fantasy Of Flight Museum
Polk City, Florida

The stunning art deco facility is a perfect setting to display this priceless collectio

Ford River Rouge Complex
Dearborn, Michigan

The Ford River Rouge Complex may be the world's most famous auto plant.

Fort Lauderdale Fire Museum
Fort Lauderdale, Florida

Following the disastrous Fort Lauderdale Fire of 1912, citizens recognized the need for

Friends Of Auburn Heights Preserve
Yorklyn, Delaware

The Friends of Auburn Heights Preserve Inc.

Gaithersburg Community Museum
Gaithersburg, Maryland

The museum features educational exhibits and programs designed to spark visitors' inter

Gaston County Museum
Dallas, North Carolina

The museum's mission is to collect and preserve artifacts that illuminate regional hist

Georgetown Loop Historic Mining & Railroad Park®
Georgetown, Colorado

Today the Loop is a popular tourist attraction and an uncommon way to see the Clear Cre

Ghost Town Wild West Museum
Colorado Springs, Colorado

During the Colorado Gold Rush of the 1860s & 70s, towns sprang up overnight and bla

Gold Coast Railroad Museum
Miami, Florida

Miami's Gold Coast Railroad Museum houses an extensive collection of authentic train ca

Golden Spike National Historic Site
Brigham City, Utah

On May 10, 1869, two railroad companies, Union Pacific and Central Pacific, joined 1,77

Governor John Sevier Home
Knoxville, Tennessee

John Sevier (1745-1815), early pioneer, Indian fighter, governor of the failed State of

Granite Falls History And Transportation Museum
Granite Falls, North Carolina

The Town of Granite Falls purchased the historic home of Andrew Baird, one of the Town'

Great Falls Park And Patowmack Canal
McLean, Virginia

George Washington dreamed of opening up the undeveloped Ohio territory by making the Po

Hardesty Higgins House
Harrisonburg, Virginia

The house was home to Harrisonburg's first mayor Isaac Hardesty.

Harold Warp Pioneer Village
Minden, Nebraska

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

Heidrick Ag History Center
Woodland, California

This museum explores the marvels of agriculture and commercial trucking through 130,000

Henry B. Plant Museum
Tampa, Florida

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

Henry Ford Estate
Dearborn, Michigan

A stately self-contained enclave of privacy and natural beauty, tucked away on 1300 acr

Henry Morrison Flagler Museum
Palm Beach, Florida

The Henry Morrison Flagler Museum traces Florida's complex 19th-century development thr

Heritage Museum Of Northwest Florida
Valparaiso, Florida

The Heritage Museum is located on the original main street of Valparaiso, Florida.

Historic Railpark & Train Museum
Bowling Green, Kentucky

This three-acre Bowling Green depot, which was restored in 1925, served as a train stat

History Museum Of Los Gatos
Los Gatos, California

At the museum, visitors can find out how "Mountain Charlie" McKiernan, a somewhat eccen

History Museum of Western Virginia
Roanoke, Virginia

Located in downtown Roanoke, the History Museum of Western Virginia covers centuries of

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

Hyde Park Station
Hyde Park, New York

The last regularly-scheduled New York Central passenger train stopped in 1958.

Interurban Railway Museum
Plano, Texas

On December 31, 1948, the Denison to Dallas Interurban made its last run.

Kentucky Railway Museum
New Haven, Kentucky

The museum's collection of railroad artifacts and memorabilia are all housed in a repli

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