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Historic Locust Grove
Historic Locust Grove
Historic Site in Louisville, KY USA

Historic house museum Locust Grove, circa 1790 tells the story of builders William and Lucy Clark Croghan, the enslaved Africans who worked on the property and Revolutionary War her General George Rogers Clark.

Historic Pleasant Home
Historic Pleasant Home things to do on a rainy day in Chicago, IL
Historic Site in Oak Park, IL USA

Guided tours of Pleasant Home are offered year-round to individuals and groups and they allow you to explore this Prairie School design. Explore this opulent mansion designed by prominent Prairie School architect George W. Maher in 1897. A National Historic Landmark, Pleasant Home features a wonderful Arts & Crafts interior with art glass windows and intricate carved wood. Museum shop on site.

Historic Sandwich Opera House
Historic Sandwich Opera House things to do on a rainy day in Illinois
Historic Site in Sandwich, IL USA

Tour the Historic buidling from 1879. Check out our website for current information about performances. Concert Venue. Live theatrical performances. A Wedding and Party Room rental. The Sandwich Opera House preserves a space in history and allows you to go back in time.

Historic Speedwell
Historic Speedwell
Historic Site in Morristown, NJ USA

The Birthplace of the Telegraph Discover the ‘Birthplace of the Telegraph’ and experience life during the early years of the Industrial Revolution and at the dawn of the new era of communications.

Historic Washington State Park
Historic Washington State Park
Historic Site in Washington, AR USA

Arkansas's Premier 19th century historic village state park Historic Washington is a unique Arkansas State Park offering a step back into the 19th century concentrating on 1824 to 1889. Washington was host to travelers such as James Bowie, Sam Houston and Davy Crocket.

Historical Fort Reno
Historical Fort Reno things to do on a rainy day in El Reno, OK
Historic Site in El Reno, OK USA

Today Fort Reno is managed by the Historic Fort Reno, Inc. Fort Reno began as a military camp in 1874 in the Indian Wars Era. It was established at the insistence of Agent John Miles at the Darlington Indian Agency, to pacify and protect the Cheyenne’s & Arapahos there.

Holly Rood- Clark Manson
Holly Rood- Clark Manson things to do on a rainy day in Lexington, KY
Historic Site in Winchester, KY USA

Historic Home Built in 1814 by James Clark, 13th Governor of Kentucky, the house follows the simple lines of Federal style architecture. Tours by appointment.

Hollywood Cemetery
Hollywood Cemetery
Historic Site in Richmond, VA USA

Historic landmark established in 1847 Tourists are drawn to Hollywood Cemetery for its historical importance. The Commonwealth of Virginia declared Hollywood Cemetery a historical landmark in 1967, and Hollywood Cemetery is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Two U.S.

Hopewell Culture National Historical Park
Hopewell Culture National Historical Park
Historic Site in Chillicothe, OH USA

Geometric Earthworks of the Ancient Hopewell Culture Hopewell Culture National Historical Park preserves several of the earthworks of the ancient American Indian culture we call the Hopewell. The Hopewell culture was centered on Chillicothe from about 200 BC to AD 400.

Houmas House Plantation and Gardens
Houmas House Plantation and Gardens things to do on a rainy day in Louisiana
Historic Site in Darrow, LA USA

Antebellum mansion open for tours. Experience the southern splendor of "The Sugar Palace" when you step into 16 rooms filled with period antiques and Louisiana artwork. Our experiential tour brings you back to the 1880’s to catch a glimpse of the life of a wealthy sugar Baron and his mistress.

Indian Caverns
Indian Caverns things to do on a rainy day in State College, PA
Historic Site in State College, PA USA
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Experience PA's American Indian Heritage Underground! Experience Pennsylvania's Native American heritage, local folklore, and subterranean geology. Located on scenic Rt. 45 in the beautiful Spruce Creek valley, Indian Caverns has been in almost continuous use since the neolithic era.

Jackson House
Jackson House things to do on a rainy day in Seacoast, NH
Historic Site in Portsmouth, NH USA

Jackson House is the oldest surviving wood-frame house in New Hampshire. The house was built by Richard Jackson, a woodworker, farmer, and mariner, on his family's twenty-five-acre plot.

James J. Hill House
James J. Hill House
Historic Site in St. Paul, MN USA

Historic 1800s Gilded Age mansion Guides lead tours that explore family and servant life in the Gilded Age mansion on historic Summit Avenue. Completed in 1891, the red sandstone residence was the setting of the public and private lives of the family of James J.

James Madison's Montpelier
James Madison's Montpelier
Historic Site in Montpelier Station, VA USA

MONTPELIER was home to President James Madison, Father of the Constitution and Architect of the Bill of Rights, and Dolley Madison, America's first First Lady. It was here at Montpelier where James Madison shaped the ideas that would become the U.S. Constitution.

Joel Lane Museum House
Joel Lane Museum House things to do on a rainy day in Raleigh, NC
Historic Site in Raleigh, NC USA

Birthplace of North Carolina's Capital Joel Lane's home, built 1769, is the oldest in Wake County, North Carolina.

Joel Lane Museum House
Joel Lane Museum House things to do on a rainy day in Raleigh, NC
Historic Site in Raleigh, NC USA

Historic site, "The Birthplace of North Carolina's Capital" The Joel Lane Museum House is an important heritage site of significance to the entire State of North Carolina.

John Langdon House
John Langdon House things to do on a rainy day in Seacoast, NH
Historic Site in Portsmouth, NH USA

Governor John Langdon House is an exceptional Georgian mansion which George Washington "esteemed the first" in Portsmouth. Its reception rooms are of a grand scale suited to ceremonial occasions and are ornamented by elaborate wood carving in the Rococo style.

John Paul Jones House
John Paul Jones House things to do on a rainy day in Seacoast, NH
Historic Site in Portsmouth, NH USA

John Paul Jones, colonial America's first sea warrior, was a tenant of the Widow Purcell in this house in 1781 while he supervised the building of the Navy's ship America nearby. Though he loved Portsmouth, he left New Hampshire in 1782 never to return.

Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum
Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum things to do on a rainy day in Palm Beaches, FL
Historic Site in Jupiter, FL USA

Lighthouse Climbs, History Museum & Outstanding Natural Area

Lee Hall Mansion
Lee Hall Mansion
Historic Site in Newport News, VA USA

One of the last remaining antebellum homes on the Peninsula. Completed in 1859, Lee Hall Mansion was home to affluent planter Richard Decauter Lee, his wife Martha, and their children.

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