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The Bushnell Park Carousel
The Bushnell Park Carousel things to do on a rainy day in Connecticut
Historic Site in Hartford, CT USA
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Bushnell Park Carousel Jewell St. at the Memorial Arch.


The Coventry Regional Farmers’ Market
The Coventry Regional Farmers’ Market
Historic Site in Coventry, CT USA

Connecticut’s largest and most diverse farmers’ market, it’s like a country fair every weekend. Discover fresh organic, heirloom and ethnic foods from local farms along with the works and wares of local artisans and the very best of Connecticut history.

The Frost Place
The Frost Place things to do on a rainy day in White-Mountains, NH
Historic Site in Franconia, NH USA

The Frost Place is Robert Frost's former homestead, now a center for poetry and the arts.

The Pierce Manse
The Pierce Manse things to do on a rainy day in Merrimack-Valley, NH
Historic Site in Concord, NH USA

The Pierce Manse is the only home ever owned and lived in by President Franklin Pierce, a New Hampshire native and the14th President of the United States.

Villages of Van Buren
Villages of Van Buren things to do on a rainy day in Iowa
Historic Site in Keosauqua, IA USA
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Welcome Center & McCoy Historical Museum Villages of Van Buren County, in southeast Iowa. Off the beaten path, but near to history, nature and the spirit of America's heartland.


Volga German Haus
Volga German Haus things to do on a rainy day in Hays, KS
Historic Site in Hays, KS USA

One room house built of native limestone This home is located on the grounds of the Ellis County Historical Society Museum and is a replica of the size and type of home the early Volga German settlers built.

Vulcan Park and Museum
Vulcan Park and Museum things to do on a rainy day in Birmingham, AL
Historic Site in Birmingham, AL USA

Largest cast iron statue with panoramic views of Birmingham Vulcan Park and Museum is home to the world’s largest cast iron statue and features spectacular panoramic views of Birmingham. Vulcan, the Roman god of fire and forge, was originally built in 1904 and has stood as a symbol of Birmingham for over 100 years.

W.T, Foreman Prairie House Historic Site
W.T, Foreman Prairie House Historic Site things to do on a rainy day in Oklahoma
Historic Site in Duncan, OK USA

W.T. Foreman Prairie House Historic Site in Duncan, OK The W.T. Foreman House was built in 1918 for one of Duncan's earliest citizens.

Walt Whitman Birthplace State Historic Site
Walt Whitman Birthplace State Historic Site things to do on a rainy day in Jamaica, NY
Historic Site in Huntington, NY USA

Birthplace of the poet Walt Whitman Things to do at the Walt Whitman Birthplace Newly restored farmhouse, birthplace of America’s greatest poet, built c.1819 by Whitman’s father. New York State Historic Site, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.


Washington On The Brazos State Historic Site
Washington On The Brazos State Historic Site
Historic Site in Washington, TX USA

Museum, Living History Farm and more come to life Texas declared its independence in 1836. Tour the home where the last Texas president lived, see rich history of Texas and more. Tour Star of the Republic Musuem, the only institution of its kind displaying exhibits and artifacts from the period when Texas was a nation.

Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion State Historic Site
Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion State Historic Site
Historic Site in Portsmouth, NH USA

Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion Historic Site is the former home of New Hampshire's first royal governor, Benning Wentworth, who served in office from 1741 to 1767.

Wentworth-Gardner And Tobias Lear Houses
Wentworth-Gardner And Tobias Lear Houses things to do on a rainy day in Seacoast, NH
Historic Site in Portsmouth, NH USA

Wentworth Lear Historic Houses The Wentworth-Gardner and Tobias Lear Houses and their accompanying 18th century warehouse are located in the heart of Portsmouth's historic South End. This area includes the Strawbery Banke Museum and the fabulous Gundalow sailing experience.

West Baton Rouge Museum
West Baton Rouge Museum
Historic Site in Port Allen, LA USA

Experience sugar plantation life! Walk the floor boards of a pre-Civil War plantation worker's cabin and see the sugar plantation "big house" that exemplifies the lives of creole sugar planters who lived along the Mississippi River.

Weston Plantation
Weston Plantation things to do on a rainy day in Central, VA
Historic Site in Hopewell, VA USA

Historic Plantation Home Weston Plantation was built in 1789 by William and Christian Eppes Gilliam. The house, overlooking the Appomattox River, is located in an area of Virginia whose roots as an English settlement go back to 1613.

Westover Plantation
Westover Plantation
Historic Site in Charles City, VA USA

Westover, one of the grandest and most beautiful of the colonial plantations, was built in the mid-eighteenth century by the Byrd family.

White Island State Historic Site
White Island State Historic Site
Historic Site in Rye, NH USA

The first lighthouse at the Isles of Shoals was erected on White Island in 1820. It was made out of stone and wood shingles. The White Island Lighthouse Station is one of New England's great historic landmarks.

World War II Lookout Tower Museum & Memorial
World War II Lookout Tower Museum & Memorial things to do on a rainy day in Jersey Shore, NJ
Historic Site in Cape May Point, NJ USA

Fire Control Tower No. 23, Fort Miles Fire Control Tower No. 23 is New Jersey’s last remaining restorable World War II tower, part of the immense Harbor Defense of the Delaware system known as Fort Miles.

World War II Memorial
World War II Memorial
Historic Site in Marion, OH USA

Located at the main entrance to the Marion Cemetery is the World War II Memorial. This memorial is the largest monument dedicated to the war outside of Washington DC was dedicated in 2001. Located at the main entrance of the Marion Cemetery is the World War II Memorial. With flags waving and benches filling the walk way to the memorial. This is the largest monument dedicated to the war outside of Washington DC and was dedicated in 2001.

Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad
Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad
Historic Site in Fish Camp, CA USA

Scenic steam train excursions near Yosemite National Park History is relived at the Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad. Antique Shay steam logging locomotives power trains that take visitors back in time to the gold rush days when railroads help build America.

Zora Neale Hurston Dusk Tracks Heritage Trail
Zora Neale Hurston Dusk Tracks Heritage Trail
Historic Site in Fort Pierce, FL USA

Informational trail about author Zora Neale Hurston The Zora Neale Hurston Dust Tracks Heritage Trail outlines the places where the noted writer lived, worked and played during the final years of her life in Fort Pierce.

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