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Hill House

Built as a full English basement-style home and private residence in 1820, Hill House was home to three generations of… Read More

Edith Farnsworth House

The Edith Farnsworth House is located in Plano, Illinois just outside of Chicago. This Mies van der Rohe designed masterpiece… Read More

Galloway House and Historic Village

Impressive house mansion from an old pioneer era farmhouse, turned remodeled Italianate residence. It has been a Museum since 1954… Read More

Herr House

The 1719 Herr House is the oldest building in Lancaster County and the oldest Mennonite meetinghouse in the Americas. It… Read More

Hunter House Victorian Museum

The Hunter House Victorian Museum serves as a rich example of Victorian decorative arts and architecture. Guests are invited to… Read More

Bigelow House

In 1854, Daniel Richardson Bigelow and Ann Elizabeth White, both newcomers to Washington Territory, married and began their life together… Read More

Clark Norris Home

The Clark Norris Home was built in 1900 as the retirement home for Samuel and Anne Clark. It is over… Read More

Patrick Henry’s Red Hill

Patrick Henry's Red Hill, in Brookneal, Virginia, is the final home and burial place of Founding Father Patrick Henry, the fiery… Read More

Hart-Cluett House

Amid the 19th century rowhouses in the Second Street Historic District in downtown Troy sits a white marble house, completed… Read More

Miss Laura's

This former bordello is listed on the National Register and is now the town's Visitor Center. Read More

Woodson History Center

The first floor of the early 20th century neoclassical home is furnished in period. The second floor has changing exhibits,… Read More

General Adam Stephen House and Triple Brick Museum

Stone home of the founder of Martinsburg, Revolutionary War General Adam Stephen, furnished in 1750-1820 period, and the town museum… Read More




This stately brick mansion was built in 1870 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The land… Read More

Henderson Hall

Henderson Hall offers an unprecedented untouched view of the early American Victorian Era. This elegant 8,000 square foot pre-Civil War… Read More

Laramie Plains

The Laramie Plains Museum, located in a restored 1892 mansion, contains period furniture and exhibits depicting local pioneer life. Read More

Trail End

Once a private home belonging to Wyoming cattle baron, Governor and U. S. Senator John B. Kendrick, the Trail End… Read More

Henry Clay Mansion



The home of Henry Clay from 1811 until his death in 1852. The house is surrounded by gardens and woodlands,… Read More

Carl Sandburg State Historic Site

The Carl Sandburg State Historic Site is the birthplace of Carl Sandburg (1878-1967), a Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and Lincoln biographer,… Read More

Carl Sandburg House

Carl Sandburg, nationally renowned poet, biographer, lecturer, newspaper columnist, folksinger, author of American fairytales, and winner of two Pulitzer Prizes,… Read More

Terrace Hill

Benjamin Franklin Allen, Iowa's first millionaire, built Terrace Hill as his family home. Construction of this 18,000-square-foot home began in… Read More

Wilson Boyhood Home

The Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson was built in 1859 by local stove merchant, Aaron H. Jones, a native… Read More

Hutchinson House

The Hutchinson House, built in 1854 in Waupaca, is a well-preserved example of New-England-style architecture. The one-and-half story farmhouse was… Read More

The Octagon House Museum

The Octagon House Museum, located in historic Watertown, Wisconsin was built by pioneer settler John Richards and completed in 1854.… Read More


Fairlawn Mansion is Superior's Victorian home that was a private residence from 1890 to 1920 and a children's Home for… Read More

Ozaukee County Historical Park

Various buildings are in the village. However their website fails to give any description. Read More

Gundy House

Upon its completion in 1868, Orchard Lawn began as an impressive eleven acre working estate situated on a hill overlooking… Read More

Pabst Mansion

When Captain Frederick and Maria Pabst began construction of their new family mansion in June 1890, they could not have… Read More

Villa Terrace Art Museum

Built in the 16th century Italian Renaissance style, the villa was designed by David Adler. Terraced gardens make their way… Read More

Charles Allis Art Museum

When Charles and Sarah Allis decided to build a home that would eventually become a public museum, they turned to… Read More

Wilson Place

Home of the Wilson, Stout and LaPointe families, three generations of Menomonie founding families, the Wilson Place Mansion has a… Read More

Rahr-West Art Museum

Housed in a Victorian mansion, the museum contains period furnishings, and displays of Indian artifacts, Chinese ivory, dolls and porcelain… Read More

Black Point

In 1888, the Seipp family completed the 20-room Queen Anne-style mansion on the site, which included 13 bedrooms. Unfortunately, Seipp… Read More




The picturesque cluster of stone buildings that make up Pendarvis Historic Site today were originally constructed by Cornish immigrants who… Read More


Visit the charming, Swiss Alps chalet-style home of Edwin Barlow, who brought the Wilhelm Tell play to America in 1938,… Read More

Villa Louis Mansion

Villa Louis is a 25 acre site with three major historic components. The largest concentration of historic structures is the… Read More

Fort Winnebago

Fort Winnebago Surgeons Quarters is a nationally-registered historic site and museum located in Portage, Wisconsin, and owned and operated by… Read More

Agency House

In 1832, a house was constructed at a dynamic crossroads of geography, culture, and history. It was a time of… Read More

Paine Art Center & Gardens

The museum preserves the property's historic architecture, with the mansion as the centerpiece, and many of the house's interiors as… Read More

Sawyer Mansion

Several galleries of the Oshkosh Public Museum are located in an English Tudor Revival residence built in 1908 for Edgar… Read More

Morgan House

The society is located in the former residence of John R. Morgan, founder of the Morgan Company. The Morgan House… Read More

Beyer Home

This historic house was built in 1868 by Cyrus and Kitty Hart; it is believed to be one of the… Read More

Timm House

Timm House Historic Site represents a time period of from 1898 - 1905. Read More

Grignon House

In 1837, Charles A. Grignon built this Greek revival style Mansion as a wedding gift for his Pennsylvanian bride, Mary… Read More

Hixon House

Historic Hixon House was built in 1858 by pioneer Gideon Hixon, who went on to become a wealthy lumber baron… Read More

Pioneer Village

The museum depicts a pioneer street setting with 24 historic buildings including a farmstead and 19th century home. Read More

Van Orden Mansion

The Van Orden Mansion has served as the home of the Sauk County Historical Museum since 1939. Finished in 1904,… Read More

7 Gables

The House of Seven Gables, dating from 1860, has been recognized as an outstanding example of Gothic Revival or Carpenter… Read More


Hearthstone Historic House was the first private residence anywhere in the world to be illuminated using hydroelectricity from a central… Read More

Kirkman House

When built, the Kirkman's home was one of the grandest residences in Walla Walla reflecting tastes of the day and… Read More

Crosby House

The Crosby House dates from c. 1860 and was built by Nathaniel Crosby III after he married Cordelia Jane Smith… Read More

Bing Crosby House

Gonzaga University houses a large collection of material relating to 20th Century singer and actor Harry Lillis (Bing) Crosby, a… Read More

Campbell House

The Campbell House was designed by Kirtland Cutter and Karl Malmgren and was built in 1898 for Amasa B. Campbell,… Read More

Cook-Rutledge House

The finest example of Victorian Italianate architecture in the Midwest. The Mansion is listed on the National Register of Historic… Read More

Old World Wisconsin

This 576 acre museum has over 50 preserved and furnished buildings from the 1800s. Read More

Lincoln-Tallman House

The 26 room Italianate Tallman house was built in 1855 and had such conveniences as running water, a communication system,… Read More

Octagon House

Built in the 1850s when this style of architecture was the rage, the museum houses a collection of dolls and… Read More

Wade House

This museum includes a stagecoach inn, a residence and a collection of over 100 carriages. Read More

Cotton House

A complex of furnished historical buildings is grouped in four theme areas. Historic homes included are the 1762 fur trader's… Read More

Hazelwood Historic House

Hazelwood was originally the home of the Morgan and Elizabeth Martin family who were a political and cultural force in… Read More

Ten Chimneys

Unique among historic sites, Ten Chimneys offers guests a virtually barrier-free tour of an estate replete with original furnishings and… Read More

Galloway House

Gardens with a gazebo, a carriagehouse and a log cabin surround the restored 30-room Victorian Mansion. The village contains a… Read More

Webster House

Nestled on a quiet street in the city of Elkhorn, Wisconsin, the Webster House Museum is a well maintained white… Read More

Rothschild House

Step through the kitchen door of the Rothschild House and step back to the 1800s. Located at the corner of… Read More

Meeker Mansion

A pioneer and leading citizen of Puyallup; first mayor, one-time Hop King, author Ezra Meeker became the self-appointed Champion of… Read More




Robert Lincoln and his wife, Mary, built this Georgian Revival mansion in 1905 in the scenic village of Manchester. It… Read More

Rokeby Museum

The home of author, illustrator and naturalist Rowland E. Robinson looks much like it did at the end of the… Read More

Ethan Allen Homestead

Situated on a small promontory just above the Winooski River out of reach of flood waters in Burlington's Intervale is… Read More

Old Stone House

The museum includes the Old Stone House, and the Alexander Twilight House. Read More

John Strong Mansion

This two hundred year old home of a Revolutionary Patriot and his family occupies a unique position in the Lake… Read More

Rock House Museum

Historic house museum was built in 1823. Home of Wytheville's first resident physician. Collection includes period furnishings, personal mementos, medical… Read More

Bacon's Castle

Bacon's Castle is the oldest brick dwelling in North America and was built for Arthur Allen and his family in… Read More

Riddick's Folly

This most impressive structure on Main Street in Suffolk features striking architectural details. The five frieze band windows across the… Read More

Sheldon Museum

Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History, also known as the Sheldon Museum, is a history museum in Middlebury, Vermont created… Read More

Noyes House Museum

Located in the historic village of Morrisville, the Noyes House Museum presents within its seventeen rooms and barn exhibits focusing… Read More

Polson Museum

Situated on nearly two acres of parkland, The Polson lies along the banks of the historic Hoquiam River. Extensive gardens,… Read More


Built in 1875 by Samuel Olmstead out of cottonwood logs from the Yakima River Canyon. The structure and windows are… Read More

Billings Farm

The restored Farm Manager's house is a living history center offering a look at the Billings farm as it was… Read More

Morrill Homestead

The Gothic Revival home was built in 1848-51 by Sen. Morrill and is furnished with family possessioins. Read More

Wilson Castle

The castle was built in 1885 on a 115 acre estate. It features 19 open proscenium arches, a towering turret,… Read More

Calvin Coolidge Historic Site

At 2:47am on August 3, 1923, Vice President Calvin Coolidge became the 30th president of the United States when he… Read More

Park-McCullough House

Park-McCullough is one of the finest, most significant, and best preserved Victorian Mansions in New England. It is an important… Read More

Wilton House

For more than 100 years, members of the Randolph family called Wilton home. Built c. 1753 for William Randolph III,… Read More

Lee Hall Mansion

Lee Hall Mansion is an Italianate residence built in 1859 by prominent planter, Richard Decatur Lee, for his family. Only… Read More

Stratford Hall

A National Historic Landmark, Stratford Hall preserves the legacy of the Lee family and its surrounding community, inspires an appreciation… Read More




Constructed in 1769 for the Harwood family, Historic Endview is one of the last remaining colonial buildings in Newport News.… Read More

Mount Vernon

Mount Vernon was the beloved home of George and Martha Washington from the time of their marriage in 1759 until… Read More

Long Branch Farm

The circa 1811 historic house, horse retirement farm and scenic open spaces allow us to promote education and environmental preservation… Read More

Belle Grove

Belle Grove is located in the northern Shenandoah Valley near Middletown, Virginia. It was the home Major Isaac Hite and… Read More

Gunston Hall

George and Ann Mason’s stylish home showcased the Masons’ wealth and prominence. Explore the complexities of Col. Mason’s life as… Read More

Poplar Forest

Poplar Forest is a plantation and plantation house in Forest, Bedford County, Virginia. Founding Father and third U.S. president Thomas… Read More

Newsome House

The Newsome House Museum and Cultural Center is the restored 1899 residence of prominent African-American attorney J. Thomas Newsome and… Read More

Hunter Museum

The Hunter House Victorian Museum was built in 1894 as the family home for Mr. James Wilson Hunter and his… Read More

Ker Place

Ker Place


Ker Place, a National and Virginia Historical Landmark built in 1799-1803 by Agnes and John Ker, is the finest example… Read More


Montpelier is a 2,750-acre estate that includes farmland, racecourses, a terraced two-acre formal garden, a panoramic landscape, a National Landmark… Read More

Glencoe Mansion

Explore the elegance of 19th century life in the grand home of General G.C. Wharton who was an avid promoter… Read More

Wickham House

The Wickham House is a spectacular example of 19th century Federal architecture and displays some of the country's finest examples… Read More

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