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John Brown House Museum

52 Power St. , Providence , RI

Living 18th-Century History! Learn More >

The premier 18th-century house and museum in the state, the John Brown House Museum presents important aspects of the social and cultural history of the period when our country was new – open on select Sundays this summer!... Learn More >

John Cabot House

117 Cabot St., Beverly, MA

1781 home of merchant John Cabot and museum of Beverly history Learn More >

The John Cabot House is a Georgian style mansion built in 1781 during the Revolutionary War, and it was the first brick mansion built in Beverly. The wealth of the Cabot family is reflected in the architecture of the house, the beautifully carved paneling, and decorations such as the Dutch tiles surrounding the parlor fireplace. It would have been... Learn More >

John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum

Columbia Point, Boston, MA

A unique museum experience highlighting President Kennedy's life, legacy and leadership. Learn More >

A visit to the Museum at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library is an integral part of your Boston experience. You may be visiting from out of town or be a local who has never been here. Either way, we open our museum doors for you to experience President Kennedy’s life, legacy and leadership. The Museum, one of Boston’s most popular... Learn More >

Joshua L. Chamberlain Museum

226 Maine Street, Brunswick, ME

Joshua L. Chamberlain Museum: Home a Maine Hero Learn More >

Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain is Maine's best-known Civil War hero. In addition to leading the 20th Maine on Little Round Top in the Battle of Gettysburg, Chamberlain was a four-term governor of Maine and president of Bowdoin College, which lies just across the street from the Chamberlain Museum. Chamberlain lived in this Brunswick home for most of... Learn More >

Justin Morrill State Historic Site

214 Morrill Memorial Highway, Strafford, VT

Vermont’s first National Historic Landmark and state-owned historic site, featuring a Gothic Revival-style mansion and 19th-century Victorian-era gardens, was home to Senator Justin Smith Morrill, chief sponsor of the Land-Grant (College) Acts, making higher education possible for peoples from all walks of life. Learn More >

The Justin Morrill Homestead is a National Historic Landmark and state-owned historic site administered by the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation. The 17-room, Gothic Revival-style mansion was built by Senator Justin Morrill in 1851. Morrill served in the U.S. House and Senate from 1854 to 1898, and was chief sponsor of the 1862 and 1890... Learn More >

Keep Homestead Museum

35 Ely Rd., Monson, MA

Button Museum, House Museum, Hiking Trails Learn More >

A house museum in Western Massachusetts with the belongings and collections of the Keep family that lived there for 150 years. One of the largest button collections in the US. Groomed hiking trails, open year 'round.... Learn More >

L. C. Bates Museum

PO Box 159, 14 Easler Road, Hinckley, ME

An Early 20th Century Natural History and Cultural Museum. Learn More >

The L.C.Bates Museum is filled with wonderful exhibitions and collections that will delight the whole family. The three-story Romanesque Revival L.C.Bates Museum houses an early 20th century museum, complete with 32 Maine habitat dioramas, art exhibits, and 9 galleries of natural history and cultural objects. Behind the museum you can enjoy trails... Learn More >

Laconia Historical and Museum Society

Exhibit Hall - Laconia Public Library, Laconia, NH

Laconia Historical and Museum Society Learn More >

The Laconia Historical and Museum Society is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to collecting, preserving, and interpreting the history and culture of the City of Laconia, New Hampshire. Founded originally as the Laconia Historical Society in 1951, the organization was restructured in 1980 as a New Hampshire Voluntary... Learn More >

Leffingwell House Museum

348 Washington Street, Norwich, CT

Revolutionary Historic House Museum circa 1675 Learn More >

The Leffingwell House Historic Museum was built in 1675 as a two room structure that was expanded into a gentleman's townhouse. The Leffingwell house was saved it from demolition by the Society of the Founders of Norwich who moved it to its current site in 1959 and operate it as an historic museum. We archive and display artifacts prior to the... Learn More >

Lexington Historical Society

13 Depot Square, Lexington, MA

Lexington Historical Society is an energetic group of people interested in Lexington’s history and heritage and enthused about presenting it to the public. We give tours of our fascinating historic sites, where the events of the early days of the American Revolution unfolded. Learn More >

Lexington Historical Society is an energetic group of people interested in Lexington’s history and heritage and enthused about presenting it to the public. We give tours of our fascinating historic sites, where the events of the early days of the American Revolution unfolded. Visitors walk in the steps of John Hancock, Samuel Adams, Paul... Learn More >