All Historic Sites

  • Old Fort Wayne

    This is a exact reproduction of the Fort built in 1815 in Ft. Wayne Indiana. This Fort was built in 1976 for the bicentennial and while in a city park is run by Historic Fort Wayne, Inc.

  • American West Heritage Center

    The American West Heritage Center (AWHC) is a living history museum located in northern Utah’s Cache Valley at the foot of the Wellsville Mountains. The AWHC was organized in 1995 when two Utah State University programs, the Ronald V. Jensen Historical Farm and the Festival of the American West, merged Read more [...]

  • Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm

    Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm is a living history museum and fully functioning farm. Historically known as Spring Run Farm, Quiet Valley was continuously farmed from the 1760’s. Through numerous programs, exhibits and tours, Quiet Valley Living Historical Farm is centered on the education of the public in a creative Read more [...]

  • Historic Hope Plantation

    Restored Federal-era home of North Carolina Governor David Stone (1770-1818), located four miles west of Windsor, NC, the plantation complex offers unique insights into the late 18th- and 19th-century rural life in eastern North Carolina and the South. The centerpiece of the museum complex is the c. 1803 Hope Mansion, Read more [...]

  • Lafayette Durfee House

    1750 This is the home of Col Joseph Durfee who led the Fall River militia during the War for Independence and was frequently visited by the Marquis de Lafayette during this time period. Displays include clothing, furniture, weaponry, medical and surgical instruments and much more.

  • Audubon State Historic Site

    Audubon State Historic Site is centered around Oakley House and plantation circa 1801. It was the setting in 1821 for the artist naturalist John James Audubon who while in residence, drew many of his most famous “Birds of America”. Besides daily tours, the park also hosts a variety of programs Read more [...]

  • Tryon Palace

    Tryon Palace is known for being North Carolina’s first permanent state capitol, but we’re remembered for capturing imaginations. Walk in the footsteps of colonial governors, stroll through more than 14 acres of beautifully-sculpted gardens, or travel back in time for an interactive experience that blends the 1830s with 21st-century technologies. Read more [...]