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Chicago, Illinois
Archaeology, Art, Culture, History, Library
The National Hellenic Museum is the only major museum in the United States dedicated to telling the story of Greek history, culture and arts from ancient times to today.
Naples, Florida
Anthropology, Archaeology, Culture, History, Military
Set in Naples' restored Seaboard Air Line Railway passenger station, the Naples Depot Museum welcomes visitors back to the railroading boom days of the Roaring Twenties and explains how generations of Southwest Floridians used technology and transportation to conquer a vast and seemingly impenetrable frontier
Naples, Maine
Archaeology, Art, Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
The Naples Historical Society Museum and Information Center re-opened in June of 2012. The new building was completed in 2012. This building combined the Naples Information Center, The Historical Society Offices, and the Museum.
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, Children's, Culture, General, History, Library, Science, Specialized
We gratefully acknowledge the incredible support the National Hispanic Cultural Center receives from our generous community, on a local, regional and national level. Because of our growth and success it's easy to forget that the Center is still in its infancy, having opened its doors only 10 years ago. And yet last year alone we welcomed over 375,000 visitors to our campus.
Leadville, Colorado
Archaeology, General, History, Library, Science, Specialized
Located in the famous 1880's silver mining boomtown of Leadville, Colorado at the top of Colorado's Rocky Mountains, the National Mining Hall of Fame & Museum is a monument to the memory of the men and women who pioneered the discovery, development and processing of our nation's natural resources. Mining's colorful history is showcased throughout the facility.
Washington, District of Columbia
Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, Church, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library, Military, Science
Start your visit at the Nina and Ivan Selin Welcome Center for information to help you plan your day at the Museum. Here you can find out what programs are happening that day or pick up a map. If you have a specific question or need assistance, ask one of our friendly visitor services staff.
Cincinnati, Ohio
Archaeology, Culture, History, Library, Specialized
The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center celebrates the heroes who created the secret network through which the enslaved could escape to freedom, the Underground Railroad. From this historical vantage point of courage, cooperation and perseverance, we relate this uniquely American story to the contemporary efforts of Modern Abolition, inspiring everyone to take steps for freedom today.
Salt Lake City, Utah
Anthropology, Archaeology, Children's, General, Natural History, Science, University
The Natural History Museum of Utah is pleased to be open in our new home, the Rio Tinto Center, to serve as the state's new natural history museum building. Located in the foothills above Salt Lake City, the building is an accomplishment of the community and will serve to further the Museum's mission; to illuminate the natural world and humans place within it.
Baltimore, Maryland
Anthropology, Archaeology, Children's, General, History, Library, Natural History, Nature Centers, Science, Specialized
The Natural History Society of Maryland (NHSM) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation founded in 1929. Its extensive collections of Maryland flora, fauna, fossils, and minerals, dating back to the early 1800’s, are a rare and valuable asset to the State of Maryland. Many of the items that were on display in the Natural History Museum in Druid Hill Park from 1936 to the early 1970’s are still in our collection.
Rockville, Maryland
Archaeology, Children's, History, Historic House, Park
A Federal-period brick dwelling built in 1857 on land granted in 1758 to John Cooke in the region now known as Rock Creek. Today it houses offices of the Park and Planning Commission of Montgomery County.
Virginia City, Montana
Archaeology, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Park
Our outdoor living history museum in Nevada City, Montana, houses one of the largest collections of old west artifacts outside the Smithsonian. The site consists of one hundred, 1863 to early 1900 buildings, and close to 40 Living History Interpreters. 14 original buildings from Historic Nevada City remain on site, many other era structures were moved to the site by Bovey Restorations, and placed on the street plan of Nevada City.
New London, Wisconsin
Archaeology, Culture, General, History, Library, Science
Today people from all over the country visit the museum every year to learn about local, natural and Native American history. Changing exhibits, events and educational programs keep our visitors involved and engaged in life-long learning. A growing preservation program at the museum ensures that generations to come will be able to discover history, science, art and explore a wider world at their local museum, the New London Public Museum.
New Smyrna Beach, Florida
Archaeology, History, Historical Society, Library
Our museum is a historical museum dating back to pre-historic to present day. One of the galleries is devoted to the Turnbull Settlement which arrived in the new world and Florida in 1768. This was the largest British colonization attempt in the new world, exceeding Jamestown and only one in Florida. Our goal is to educate the visiting public of this rich history and also to get it into the school system.
Heath, Ohio
Archaeology, Historical Society
Newtown Square, Pennsylvania
Archaeology, History, Historic House, Historical Society
The Paper Mill House and Museum originally provided housing, in the 1800's for industrial workers who worked in the mills along Darby Creek. A large addition was added circa 1820. The older section was converted to a general store, circa 1845, to provide for the needs of the workers. Darby Creek runs through the property to the east of the building.
DeKalb, Illinois
Anthropology, Archaeology, Culture, History, Library, Science, University
The Anthropology Museum houses over 12,000 ethnographic and archaeological objects. The ethnographic collection has regional strengths in Southeast Asia, New Guinea, and the plains and southwest regions of North America. Ethnographic specimens from Africa, Mesoamerica, and South America are also represented.
Gainesville, Georgia
Archaeology, Art, Culture, General, History, Natural History
The purposes of the Northeast Georgia History Center at Brenau University shall be to:
acquire and preserve sources of information concerning the history of Northeast Georgia by collecting, cataloguing, preserving, and maintaining manuscripts, photographs, and artifacts pertaining to the history of this region;
maintain and operate museum facilities adequate to preserve, protect, and display materials and artifacts of historical interest to arouse the citizens of and visitors t
Kotzebue, Alaska
Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, Culture, History, Library, Nature Centers, Science
The National Park Service is constructing a new visitor services/administration building – the Northwest Arctic Heritage Center – in Kotzebue, Alaska. The single-story structure, located on the site formally occupied by NANA Museum of the Arctic, will be 12,350 square feet. Space includes 8,450 sq. ft. for visitor services and 3,900 sq. ft. for NPS operations.
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