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Governor Wentworth Historic Site
Governor Wentworth Historic Site
Historic Site in Wolfeboro, NH USA

At Governor Wentworth Historic Site, explore the remains of an extensive northern plantation built just before the outbreak of the American Revolution. Built by New Hampshire's second Royal Governor, John Wentworth, the mansion burned to the ground in 1820.


Grace Heritage Center - Preservation Georgetown
Grace Heritage Center - Preservation Georgetown things to do on a rainy day in Texas
Historic Site in Georgetown, TX USA

Free tours of this 1881 carpenter Gothic chapel. Enjoy free tours of this 1881 carpenter Gothic chapel, set steps from the historic downtown Square in Georgetown’s Arts & Culture District.

Green Mountain Club
Green Mountain Club things to do on a rainy day in Vermont
Historic Site in Waterbury Center, VT USA

Maintaining VT's Long Trail since 1910 The best source of hiking information for all of Vermont. Maps and books available at the headquarters building and online.

Hannah Duston Memorial State Historic Site
Hannah Duston Memorial State Historic Site
Historic Site in Boscawen, NH USA

Hannah Duston Memorial was erected in 1874 and is the first publically-funded statue in New Hampshire.

Harding Memorial
Harding Memorial
Historic Site in Marion, OH USA

The final resting place of President and Mrs. Warren G. Harding is the largest and most beautiful presidential memorial outside of Washington D.C. Built in 1925, it contains 46 columns of timeless white Georgia marble. The sturcture is beautiful.


Harper House/Hickory History Center
Harper House/Hickory History Center things to do on a rainy day in Lenoir, NC
Historic Site in Hickory, NC USA

Tours of Queen Anne Victorian Mansion & Changing Exhibits The Harper House: Built in 1887, this Queen Anne Victorian mansion has been meticulously restored and furnished by the Catawba County Historical Association and support from the community.

Harry S Truman Little White House State Heritage Landmark
Harry S Truman Little White House State Heritage Landmark things to do on a rainy day in Florida Keys, FL
Historic Site in Key West, FL USA

Winter White House of President Harry Truman Built in 1890 as naval officers quarters, the 9000 square foot historic house features 85-90% original furnishings purchased by the Navy for use by President Truman. Truman used the estate for 175 days of his presidency.

Havre Beneath the Streets & Railroad Museum
Havre Beneath the Streets & Railroad Museum things to do on a rainy day in Montana
Historic Site in Havre, MT USA

Recreation of Havre's stores and shops 100 years ago. Visit a recreated bordello, opium den, saloon, etc., and also a railroad history annex, all located underneath the city. The flourishing business community in Havre got its start in the community's early days.

Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump World Heritage Site
Head Smashed In Buffalo Jump World Heritage Site things to do on a rainy day in Alabama
Historic Site in Alberta, AL USA

UNESCO World Heitage Site Interpretive Center Buffalo Jumps – the most accomplished method of hunting devised by man to produce more meat in a single event than any other on Earth.


Hedge House Museum
Hedge House Museum things to do on a rainy day in Plymouth, MA
Historic Site in Plymouth, MA USA

Elegant Federal era mansion overlooking Plymouth harbor The handsomely restored 1809 Hedge House Museum features unusual octagonal rooms and tells the story of Plymouth after the Pilgrim era.

Hell's Gate Airtram
Hell's Gate Airtram things to do on a rainy day in British Columbia
Historic Site in Hope, BC CAN

Located in the Scenic Fraser Canyon Drive the historic Fraser Canyon through its seven mountain tunnels and relive the biggest 'rush' on the Gold Rush Trail. Ride in comfort over wild white water to this beautiful landscaped historic site.

Heritage Hall
Heritage Hall things to do on a rainy day in Ohio
Historic Site in Marion, OH USA

Old US Post Office, three museums in one! Once the city's main post office, is three museums in one. It is home to the famous Wyandot Popcorn Museum and features Warren G. Harding memorabilia and historical artifacts and antiques collected by the Marion Co. Historical Society.

Heritage Hill State Historical Park
Heritage Hill State Historical Park
Historic Site in Green Bay, WI USA

Living History Museum Heritage Hill State Historical Park is a 54-acre living history park beautifully nestled on the banks of the Fox River. Visitors are invited to explore the church, the farm.

Heritage Hill State Historical Park
Heritage Hill State Historical Park
Historic Site in Green Bay, WI USA

Experience Living History! Heritage Hill is a living history museum devoted to the preservation of its buildings and artifacts and the interpretation of the history of Northeast Wisconsin and its people.

Heritage Park Historical Village
Heritage Park Historical Village
Historic Site in Calgary, AB CAN

Canada's largest lving history museum Discover how the west was once at Canada's largest living history museum, Heritage Park Historical Village. The Park is split into four different periods that represent the settlement of Western Canada from the 1860s to the 1950s.

Hillsborough's Historic Stone Arch Bridges
Hillsborough's Historic Stone Arch Bridges
Historic Site in Hillsborough, NH USA

National Historic Structures & Civil Engineering Landmarks If you are interested in historic sites, engineering, or photography and you would like to spend time meandering down lesser traveled paths, set your GPS and take a tour of Hillsborough's scenic stone arch bridges.

Historic Christ Church
Historic Christ Church
Historic Site in Weems, VA USA

Best preserved of colonial Virginia's parish churches Finished in 1735, Christ Church is the best preserved and most finely crafted of colonial Virginia's Anglican parish churches. The church was built by Robert "King" Carter, the wealthiest and most powerful planter in colonial Virginia.

Historic Danville Tourism Offices
Historic Danville Tourism Offices things to do on a rainy day in Lexington, KY
Historic Site in Danville, KY USA

Graysons Tavern Welcome to Danville and Boyle County, Kentucky! Our picturesque, historic downtown district and our small-town hospitality are a wonderful alternative to the hustle and bustle of big cities and crowded interstates. And there is plenty to see and do for the whole family.

Historic Fallsington, inc.
Historic Fallsington, inc.
Historic Site in Falls, PA USA

guided tours in the village of historic fallsington Step from the present into the past and visit the village of Historic Fallsington in southeastern Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Consisting of over 90 buildings it is the first Nationnally registered district in Bucks County. Historic Fallsington, Inc.

Historic Fort Snelling
Historic Fort Snelling
Historic Site in St. Paul, MN USA

Living History Museum of 19th century frontier life Overlooking the Mississippi and Minnesota rivers, Fort Snelling was once the furthest outpost of the U.S. military.

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