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Bollinger Mill State Historic Site and Covered Bridge
Bollinger Mill State Historic Site and Covered Bridge Top Attraction!
Historic Site in Cape Girardeau, MO USA

Historic Mill and Covered Bridge Bollinger Mill, dating to the Civil War period, is a massive four-story stone and brick building where visitors can still observe corn being ground into meal by water power.


Ponce De Leon Inlet Lighthouse
Ponce De Leon Inlet Lighthouse Top Attraction!
Historic Site in Ponce Inlet, FL USA

Listed on the National historic register, this lighthouse is Florida's tallest.

California Gold & Silver Settlements
California Gold & Silver Settlements Top Attraction!
Historic Site in Mammoth Lakes, CA USA

Museums and historical sites in the Mammoth Lakes area pay tribute to life in the Old West and share the area's cultural heritage.

Historic Downtown Hattiesburg
Historic Downtown Hattiesburg Top Attraction! things to do on a rainy day in Hattiesburg, MS
Historic Site in Hattiesburg, MS USA

Explore the cultural district of Hattiesburg brimming with business and energy. Spend a day visiting our unique boutiques, locally owned resteraunts and bakeries and specialty shops.

Plains of Abraham
Plains of Abraham Top Attraction!
Historic Site in Quebec City, QC CAN

This park, founded in 1908, was the site of clashes between the French and British armies (1759-1760).


Fortifications of Quebec National Historic Site
Fortifications of Quebec National Historic Site Top Attraction!
Historic Site in Quebec City, QC CAN

The fortifications surrounding Old QuTbec are close to 4.6 km in length. As you walk the walls, you'll learn about the defence system of North America's only remaining fortified city.á

Historic Downtown Petaluma
Historic Downtown Petaluma Top Attraction!
Historic Site in Petaluma, CA USA

Victorian charm meets Wine Country sophistication Nestled along the banks of the Petaluma River and chartered in 1858, Petaluma is one of California's oldest and most picturesque cities. Located just 32 miles north of San Francisco, Petaluma is the southernmost city in Sonoma County.

The Baker Creek Seed Bank
The Baker Creek Seed Bank Top Attraction! things to do on a rainy day in Napa, CA
Historic Site in Petaluma, CA USA

Stop by the Seed Bank, housed in a stately, historic bank building, for hundreds of varieties of heirloom seeds, local products and gardening supplies.

Historic General Dodge House
Historic General Dodge House Top Attraction! things to do on a rainy day in Council Bluffs, IA
Historic Site in Council Bluffs, IA USA

This three-story, 14-room, lavish Victorian home, is one of Iowa's premier historic homes. Perhaps one of Council Bluffs' most famous residents, Gen. Grenville M. Dodge has been called the greatest railroad builder of all time.


The Forks National Historic Site
The Forks National Historic Site Top Attraction!
Historic Site in Winnipeg, MB CAN

Discover a 54-acre urban oasis in the heart of Winnipeg.

Faneuil Hall Marketplace and Quincy Market
Faneuil Hall Marketplace and Quincy Market Top Attraction!
Historic Site in Boston, MA USA

A landmark Boston shopping and entertainment venue A one-of-kind internationally-known entertainment and shopping landmark offering 'just about everything' under one roof.

Harmony National Historic Landmark District
Harmony National Historic Landmark District Top Attraction!
Historic Site in Harmony, PA USA

Rich regional history in National Landmark: Indians, Washington mission sparks French & Indian War, communal Harmony society, Flowers longrifles, much more & events throughout the year. You'll discover a lot of incredible history in Harmony. This quaint village of old brick and log buildings is one of Western PA's most historically important places and its first National Landmark District.

Fort Hays State Historic Site
Fort Hays State Historic Site Top Attraction!
Historic Site in Hays, KS USA

Museum located on the grounds of Indian Wars fort. Fort Hays was first established in the fall of 1865 as Fort Fletcher and was to protect travelers and mail coaches along the Smoky Hill Trail. It was closed after only six months when the trail was no longer in use.

Historic Downtown Mainstreet
Historic Downtown Mainstreet Top Attraction!
Historic Site in Duncan, OK USA

Enjoy the history of Duncan from the Chisholm Trail to the present by reading the sidewalk stepping stones in historic downtown Duncan.

Prairie House
Prairie House Top Attraction! things to do on a rainy day in Oklahoma
Historic Site in Duncan, OK USA

The W.T. Foreman House was built in 1918 for one of Duncan's earliest citizens. This historic home has undergone restoration and is listed on the National Registry as one of the earliest examples of the Prairie Style, made famous by Frank Lloyd Wright.

The Catchup Bottle
The Catchup Bottle Top Attraction!
Historic Site in Collinsville, IL USA

Looming over Collinsville, this is an internationally known roadside attraction that was even mentionin the the Twilight film. The World's Largest Catsup Bottle« stands proudly next to Route 159, just south of downtown Collinsville, Illinois. This unique 170 ft. tall water tower was built in 1949 by the W.E. Caldwell Company for the G.S.

Cahokia Mounds
Cahokia Mounds Top Attraction!
Historic Site in Collinsville, IL USA

The remains of the most sophisticated prehistoric native civilization north of Mexico are preserved at Cahokia Mounds State Historic Site. A World Treasure In 1982, the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), designated Cahokia Mounds a World Heritage Site for its importance to our understanding of the prehistory of North America.

Monastery Immaculate Conception
Monastery Immaculate Conception Top Attraction! things to do on a rainy day in Indiana
Historic Site in Ferdinand, IN USA

Be awe-inspired with this majestic domed church! Known as the "Castle on the Hill, the Monastery, founded in 1867, is home to one of the nation's largest communities of Benedictine women.

Paul Bunyan And Babe The Blue Ox
Paul Bunyan And Babe The Blue Ox Top Attraction!
Historic Site in Bemidji, MN USA

Built in 1937, Paul & Babe are recognized as the second most photographed roadside attraction in the nation. Paul Bunyan and his Blue Ox Babe stand on the west shore of Lake Bemidji near the Tourist Information Center. Built in 1937, Eastman Kodak recognized the statues Paul & Babe as the second most photographed icon in the nation.

Wwii Naval Ammunition Depot
Wwii Naval Ammunition Depot Top Attraction!
Historic Site in Hastings, NE USA

Igloo-shaped, earth covered bunkers stand dormant along US Highway 6 just a short drive east of Hastings. Rich in historical significance, these bunkers protected ammunition produced here during World War II.


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