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Wills House

Historical Homes, Historical Sites, Museums, Presidential Homes & Sites

Gettysburg, PA

Yes, Lincoln really did sleep here. This three-story brick Federal is the home where President Lincoln stayed on the occasion of his cemetery dedication address.

Washington Monument State Park

Historical Sites, Museums, National & State Parks

Hiking, Scenic Drives and Trails

Middletown, MD

On the summit of South Mountain, a spur of the Blue Ridge chain, stands the rugged stone tower known as The Washington Monument, the first monument dedicated to the memory of George Washington. Washington Monument State Park offers an accessible picnic area, playground and museum.

Virginia Discovery Museum

Historical Sites, Museums

Charlottesville, VA

The Virginia Discovery Museum is a hands-on museum for young children and their families. Lots of fun things to do and see, including an authentic 18th century log cabin, art studio, train play area, toddler room and changing exhibits.

The Washington County Museum of Fine Arts

Historical Sites, Museums

Hagerstown, MD

The Museum’s professional standards of excellence in collection, exhibition, and interpretation have earned it the coveted accreditation of the American Association of Museums (AAM), an honor extended to fewer than ten percent of the nation’s museums. The museum has a collection of American paintings, Old Masters and European works, and Oriental and African art. This […]

The Rupp House

Historical Homes, Historical Sites, Museums

Gettysburg, PA

Through interactive exhibits that use sight, sound, touch and even smell, Rupp House History Center guests are able to immerse themselves in 19th-century culture and learn about the civilians and the soldiers who struggled here and the preservation work that is critical to understanding the Battle of Gettysburg.

Soldier’s National Museum

Historical Sites, Museums

Gettysburg, PA

A showcase of the Civil War, the Soldier’s National Museum displays a large collection of artifacts and memorabilia from not only the Civil War, but other major American conflicts. The museum also features beautifully crafted miniature dioramas of ten major conflicts of the Civil War as well as a life-sized narrated Confederate encampment. The museum […]

Scottsville Museum

Historical Sites, Museums

Scottsville, VA

Scottsville Museum brings our town’s history to life, from its beginnings as an 18th century James River settlement to its shining era as a bustling 19th century river and canal port.

Schifferstadt Architectural Museum

Historical Homes, Historical Sites, Museums

Frederick, MA

Schifferstadt is one of America’s finest examples of German colonial architecture. Built ca. 1750, the stone manor house is the earliest known home in Frederick City and is unique for its five plate stove which is the only example in the world in its original position. The house and Heritage Gardens hold living history events […]

Rose Hill Manor Park & Children’s Museum

Historical Homes, Historical Sites, Museums

Frederick, MA

Rose Hill Manor was built 1789-1792 by the daughter and son-in-law of Governor Thomas Johnson, a close friend and associate of George Washington. Johnson lived at Rose Hill during the last years of his life.

Roger Brooke Taney House

Historical Homes, Historical Sites, Museums

Frederick, MA

The Roger Brooke Taney House, a historic site of the Historical Society of Frederick County, interprets the property owned by Roger Brooke Taney (1815-1823), a Frederick lawyer who later served as the fifth Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court.

Pry House Field Hospital Museum

Historical Sites, Museums

Keedysville, MD

This Museum is dedicated to telling the medical story of the Civil War- a story of care and healing, courage and devotion amidst the death and destruction of America’s bloodiest war. This Museum also focuses on the medical changes that came from Antietam and South Mountain and how today they still shape modern day emergency […]

Old Jail Museum

Historical Sites, Museums

Warrenton, VA

Formerly the Fauquier County jail, the original four-cell jail was built in 1808. In 1823, a larger stone jail was built just to the rear of the older structure and the 1808 jail was then converted into a house for the jailor.