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Cortland, New York
Art, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Library
Limestone mansion, built by successful industrialist Chester F. Wickwire, is a symbol of the grandeur of the Victorian and Gilded ages.
Aberdeen, Washington
General, History
Throughout its history the Aberdeen Armory Building has been a source of civic pride and activity. Indeed, at the time of its construction, the Armory was hailed as a truly imposing structure. An Aberdeen Daily World article of the period stated: "The Armory in its completed state will appeal to the pride of every resident of Aberdeen." The Armory has been a sound and stylish shelter for community affairs for the last 84 years.
Chazy, New York
General, History
Touring the three floors and period rooms of The Alice is like taking a trip back in time. Much of the Museum remains as Alice left it. The Colonial Kitchen shows how family life once centered around the hearth.
Linthicum, Maryland
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
The Benson Hammond House serves as the Ann Arrundell County Historical Society's headquarters and museum. A truck farm from 1830-1930, the museum contains many artifacts from local truck farms and contains an extensive picker check collection that reflects the system used by early farmers in the area to pay farm workers.
Fort Myers, Florida
Botanical Garden, General, History, Historic House, Park
Walk among live oaks and lush gardens, relax in a rocking chair on the verandah as you watch the river roll gently by....but, first, join Mona and Jettie Burroughs as they share the history and colorful tales of living in one of Fort Myers' oldest homes - The Burroughs Home. Built in 1901, this Georgian Revival Mansion was the scene of many social events that hosted the Fort Myers' elite including the Edisons, Fords, and Firestones.
Frederick, Maryland
Children's, Culture, General, History, Historic House
The first rural hands-on history museum in the United States designed for elementary school-aged children, this delightful museum provides daily history tours up to two hours in length.
Elkhorn, Iowa
Art, Culture, General, History, Library, Park, Specialized
The Danish Immigrant Museum will tell the story of the Danish immigrants and the Danish-American experience and is organized to collect, preserve, study and interpret their material, culture and traditions.
Wilmington, Delaware
Art, Children's, Culture, General, Historic House, Science
The Delaware Children's Theatre has become a fixture in the State of Delaware and the gateway to the City of Wilmington. Today, the DCT is a thriving theatrical institution committed to providing families with a place to enjoy exceptional children's theatre. The theatre also provides acting classes for kids and teens throughout the year.
Cullman, Alabama
Art, Culture, General, History, University
The Evelyn Burrow Museum is a unique collection of decorative arts from the Victorian era to modern times, from fine examples of delicately crafted porcelain to artful everyday wares.
Vandalia, Illinois
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
1823, the General Assembly deeded the land and provided the funds for the first structure built on this site. The legislative act stated that the land and the funding was to be used to erect a "House of Divine Worship, free for all denominations to worship in...." The little House of Divine Worship was used by many denominations and also as a school and meeting room. As time passed the congregations grew and eventually built their own churches.
Kearney, Nebraska
General, History, Historic House, University
The Frank House was designed by George William Frank, Jr. for his parents who lived in the house until 1900. It was the first house west of the Missouri River to be wired for electricity during its construction (1886-1889.) In 1907 the Frank House became a part of the Nebraska State Tuberculosis Hospital and was used as living quarters for the hospital’s staff until 1972. The Frank House is now an integral part of the University of Nebraska at Kearney.
Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Art, Culture, General
Frostburg, Maryland
General, History

Frostburg Museum wishes to collect, preserve and present the things that have made our town special through the ages. We would like to present these artifacts in a pleasant and inviting environment and create an excitement in the visitors for our history. The museum operates through a large volunteer usage and has no paid permanent staff.

Abilene, Texas
Art, Children's, General, History
Built in 1909, The Grace is on the National Historic Register. It is a four-story, 55,000 square foot, missions-revival style building, representing the hopes of the western frontier. The first floor of The Grace Museum includes an elegant, historic marble ballroom, a glass loggia, a large enclosed brick courtyard, restored lobby, and a beautiful gift shop. The rooftop has a large, open-air terrace.
Rochester, New York
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
On October 10, 1969 a group of community-prided people formed the Greece Historical Society with a dedicated goal: “To preserve the past for the future.” In 1989 a restored 1870s farm house was opened as the Greece Museum and in 1995 the Newcomb Heritage Hall was added to feature exhibits of local history. Many adults, schoolchildren and families as well as our members appreciate the history on display.
Stockton, California
Art, Culture, General, History, Library, Park
The Haggin Museum, an art and history museum located in Stockton, has been referred to by Sunset magazine as "one of the undersung gems of California." The impressive brick building has stood in the center of Stockton’s lush Victory Park for 79 years, but it’s what’s on the inside that makes it worth visiting.
Hamden, Connecticut
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
The Hamden Historical Society sponsors our room known as the Hamden History Room. The collection in the room is known as the Hamden Historical Society Library. Its purpose is to collect, preserve, and make available historical materials relating directly and significantly to Hamden. This Historical Society Library, inaugurated in 1984, provides a safe, central place to research Hamden’s past. It is the only facility in Hamden dedicated for these purposes.
Houston, Texas
Children's, General, Library, Science, Specialized

At The Health Museum, you can take a larger-than-life tour of the human body, learning more about how the body works from the inside out. You can also try the Brain Teasers, designed to give everyone a mental workout. Plus, check out the live dissections conducted by Museum educators. The organ dissected changes every month.

Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Culture, General, History, Military, University
Discover stories of the downtown courthouse and the 1862 Battle of Murfreesboro through exhibits, programs, and tours.
Tarrytown, New York
Archaeology, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
The Historical Society, Inc.
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