• Adams County Historical Society

    The Adams County Historical Society owns and maintains the historic and beautiful Charles A. Dugan Mansion and Museum in Decatur, IN. This 6,000 square foot home is the headquarters for the Historical Society and houses many antique artifacts from the Adams County area. The ACHS was founded in 1957 and acquired the Dugan Mansion at […]

    420 W. Monroe Street, Decatur, IN 46733
  • Adams Museum

    The Adams Museum is the Black Hills’ oldest history museum.  In 1930 pioneer businessman W.E. Adams founded the Adams Museum in downtown Deadwood with the purpose of preserving and displaying the history of the Black Hills. He donated the building to the City of Deadwood and placed the operation of the organization in the hands […]

    54 Sherman Street Deadwood, SD 57732
  • America's First Law School

    Take a journey through the life of a real student from the early 19th century through role-playing, hands-on areas, and interpretive exhibits. Open: mid-April thru November, Tuesday-Saturday 11-5, Sunday 1-5. Offices and museum shop located at 7 South Street are open year-round, during the week from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.  

    82 South Street, Litchfield, CT 06759
  • Andrew Low House

    The Andrew Low House is an historic house museum constructed in the Italianate Style by John Norris for Cotton Magnate Andrew Low. It houses the decorative and fine arts collections of the National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the State of Georgia.

    329 Abercorn Street, Savannah, GA 31401
  • Arlington Historical Society Museum & Jason Russell House

    The Arlington Historical Society is a 501c3 non-profit that was founded in 1897 for “the gathering and recording of knowledge of the history of Arlington and of individuals and families connected with the town, and the collection and preservation of printed and manuscript matter and other articles of historical and antiquarian interest.” The Society operates […]

    7 Jason Street, Arlington, MA 02476
  • Arts & Education at the Hoyt

    Arts & Education at the Hoyt is a vibrant community arts center and historic house museum located in the former homes of Alexander Crawford and May Emma Hoyt. Hoyt West: A step back in time. Step back in time to explore the house known as Hoyt West!  You can view many of the accoutrements of our […]

    124 E. Leasure Avenue, New Castle, PA 16101
  • Atlanta Contemporary

    Atlanta Contemporary (AC) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) contemporary art center dedicated to the creation, presentation, and advancement of contemporary art. Founded in 1973 as Nexus, a grassroots artists’ cooperative, Atlanta Contemporary has since become one of the southeast’s leading contemporary art centers. We play a vital role in Atlanta’s cultural landscape by presenting over 20 exhibitions […]

    535 Means St. NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30318
  • Bainbridge Island Historical Museum

    The Bainbridge Island Historical Museum comprises a 1908 schoolhouse, home to long term exhibits, and an annex building housing our extensive research library, office space, amenities and a rotating exhibit gallery. An atrium lobby, gift shop and reception desk joins the one-room schoolhouse to our modern annex building. We are now part of a cultural […]

    215 Ericksen Ave NE, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
  • Balboa Island Museum & Historical Society

    The Balboa Island Museum & Historical Society is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded to preserve, explore and promote the history, heritage and culture of the Island and the greater Newport Beach community. Balboa Island, with all its allure and charm, has been a favorite California location for locals and vacationers alike. Residents and visitors can […]

    210 Marine Avenue, Suite B Balboa Island, CA 92662
  • Beauregard-Keyes Historic House & Garden

    Description: Built in 1826 for local auctioneer Joseph Le Carpentier, the Beauregard-Keyes House encompasses a complex of 19th and 20th Century buildings and gardens. American born architect Francois Correjolles designed the house, and the raised center-hall cottage in Federal Style features both Creole and American architectural influences making the House a unique aspect of the […]

    1113 Chartres Street, New Orleans, LA 70116
  • Beloit Historical Society

    The Beloit Historical Society operates two facilities: Lincoln Center, 845 Hackett Street, Beloit houses the museum, library and archives. Hanchett-Bartlett Homestead, 2149 St Lawrence Avenue, Beloit, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a furnished 1857 stone house with outbuildings. (Access and guided tours are by appointment only.) Pictured: Hanchett-Bartlett Homestead

    845 Hackett Street, Beloit, WI 53511
  • Beverly Historical Society

    The Beverly Historical Society has been preserving and caring for Beverly’s past since 1891 and the 1781 John Cabot House has been our headquarters since 1892. In addition to a collection of nearly a million objects and documents related to Beverly and the North Shore of Massachusetts, the Society preserves and interprets three historic properties, […]

    117 Cabot Street, Beverly, MA 01915
  • Blithewold Mansion, Gardens & Arboretum

    Blithewold, an American Garden Treasure Blithewold Mansion, Gardens & Arboretum is a 33-acre summer estate with grand views of Narragansett Bay and is nationally significant in American history as one of the most fully developed and authentic examples of the Country Place Era. The property features a 45-room mansion filled with family heirlooms, and is […]

    101 Ferry Road (Rt. 114), Bristol, RI, 02809
  • Boscobel House and Gardens

    Boscobel House and Gardens is a restored 1804-08 mansion with stunning interiors, awe-inspiring views of the Hudson River, lush gardens, and a woodland trail. Find matchless beauty here. Children always welcome.

    1601 Route 9D, Garrison, NY 10524
  • C.M. Russell Museum

    The C.M. Russell Museum, recognized among the finest Western Art Museums in the country, is home to one of the world’s largest collections of artworks by Charles Marion Russell (1864-1926). Known as “America’s Cowboy Artist,” he is considered to be one of the most important artists of his time. The museum’s collections also include the […]

    400 13th Street North, Great Falls, MT 59401
  • Cahoon Musuem of American Art

    The Cahoon Museum is a dynamic center for experiencing the visual arts. It is home to a collection of American art with historic breadth from the early 19th century to contemporary art and a special focus on regional art of the Northeast and Cape Cod. The museum celebrates the creative spirit of folk artists Ralph […]

    4676 Falmouth Road (Rte 28), Cotuit, MA 02635
  • Campbell Museums

    The Campbell Museums are a City of Campbell owned and operated Museum organization with two museum sites. The historical museum and the Ainsley House. The historical museum, located in an old firehouse, has four exhibit areas within one large exhibit gallery. The exhibits explore the changing themes in the Santa Clara Valley over the last […]

    51 N. Central Avenue, Campbell, CA 95008
  • Captain Avery Museum

    Captain Avery Museum welcomes visitors to its historic waterfront property to learn about the heritage of the Chesapeake Bay through the story of a 19th century waterman, 20th century recreation, and the future of this precious resource for a healthy environment. Come to enjoy the variety of programs and events designed for people of all […]

    1418 East-West Shady Side Road, Shady Side, MD 20764
  • Captain Frederick Pabst Mansion

    Captain Frederick Pabst Mansion, Inc., a registered non-profit organization located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, operates a vital house museum that preserves the legacy of the Pabst brewing family and their impact on the citizens, history, and culture of the Greater Milwaukee community. Additionally, the Mansion is home to a celebrated art collection, decorative arts collection, archives, […]

    2000 West Wisconsin Avenue, Milwaukee, WI 53233
  • Chesterwood, A Site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation

    Chesterwood, a National Trust Historic Site, is the country home, studio and gardens of America’s foremost sculptor of public monuments, Daniel Chester French (1850-1931), creator of the Minute Man and Abraham Lincoln for the Lincoln Memorial. Situated on 122 acres in the idyllic hamlet of Glendale near Stockbridge, Massachusetts, the property and its buildings were donated to the National Trust for […]

    4 Williamsville Road, Stockbridge, MA 01262
  • Columbia County Historical Society

    Founded in 1916, the Columbia County Historical Society Museum & Library   collects, preserves, interprets and presents the history, heritage, and culture of Columbia County, New York, and serves residents of all eighteen towns and the city of Hudson. ​For more than 100 years, thousands of people from all across the county and beyond have […]

    5 Albany Avenue, Kinderhook, NY 12106
  • Connecticut River Museum

    The Connecticut River Museum is located on the historic waterfront in Essex Village, where the charm of an authentic New England riverport provides the perfect setting to experience the heritage and wonders of New England’s Great River. The Museum currently plays an important role in collecting and protecting manuscripts, books, art and artifacts of regional […]

    67 Main Street, Essex, CT 06426
  • Cuero Heritage Museum

    The Cuero Heritage Museum, located in the Cuero Federal Building, was the former Post Office built in 1915. The Museum offers many wonders and is dedicated to celebrating the people of Cuero and their unique heritage. Visit the permanent and rotating exhibits to visually explore the history of this quaint, yet fascinating town. Permanent exhibits […]

    124 E. Church Street, Cuero, Texas 77954
  • Culture & Heritage Museums

    The Culture & Heritage Museums is a family of museums in York County, SC, which includes: Historic Brattonsville, 1444 Brattonsville Road, McConnells, SC 29726 Main Street Children’s Museum, 133 E Main Street, Rock Hill, SC 29730 McCelvey Center, 212 E Jefferson Street,York, SC 29745 Museum of York County, 4621 Mt Gallant Road,Rock Hill, SC 29732 […]

    1444 Brattonsville Road, Rock Hill, SC 29732
  • Cuneo Mansion and Gardens at Loyola Lake County

    Built between 1914 and 1916, the Cuneo Mansion and Gardens is a beautifully preserved Italian Villa-style home. Originally built for Samuel Insull, the founder of Commonwealth Edison, the home was purchase in 1937 by John Cuneo, Sr. On display are the Cuneos’ European and American antiques.

    1350 N Milwaukee Avenue, Vernon Hills, IL 60061
  • Cyrus Dallin Art Museum

    The Cyrus Dallin Art Museum seeks to promote new insights into our shared history by exploring the life, work, and values of a celebrated sculptor. The Museum is located in the heart of Arlington, just six miles from Boston, and along the route of Paul Revere’s ride and the April 1775 Revolutionary Battle Road. Cyrus Dallin was […]

    611 Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington, MA 02474
  • DeKalb History Center

    The DeKalb History Center collects, preserves and shares the history of DeKalb County, Georgia. Our Archives and Museum are located inside the historic Old Courthouse on the Square in downtown Decatur. The DeKalb History Center was established in 1947 as the “DeKalb Historical Society.”

    101 E.Court Square, Decatur, GA 30032
  • Dumbarton House

    Explore life in the early capital while enjoying our 1799 Georgetown home. Exciting re-opening programs scheduled for Spring /Summer 2017. Opening hours from June 2017, Tues-Sun 10am-3pm, tours by appointment.

    2715 Q Street, NW, Washington, DC 20007
  • Dunham Tavern Museum

    Once a stagecoach stop on Buffalo-Cleveland-Detroit post road, today Dunham Tavern Museum is the oldest building still standing on its original site in the city of Cleveland. The 1824 home of Rufus and Jane Pratt Dunham in MidTown Cleveland is a designated Cleveland Landmark listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In stark contrast […]

    6709 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44103
  • Duxbury Rural and Historical Society

    You Never Know What Duxbury’s History is Going to Do Next… The Duxbury Rural and Historical Society is a non-profit organization seeking to foster a better understanding of the heritage and rural environment of Duxbury, Massachusetts. Visitors can explore King Caesar House with a guide-led experience through the home of Ezra Weston II (“King Caesar”), Duxbury’s […]

    479 Washington Street, Duxbury, MA 02332
  • Edward Hopper House Art Center

    Edward Hopper House in Nyack, New York is the birthplace of the renowned American artist Edward Hopper (1882-1967).  It was built in 1858 by his maternal grandfather, and served as his primary residence until 1910.  After Hopper’s death the house fell into disrepair, but was saved from demolition and restored by members of the local […]

    82 N. Broadway, Nyack, NY 10960
  • Fall River Historical Society

    The Fall River Historical Society is housed in a mansion museum constructed in 1843/1870, once a station on the Underground Railroad, featuring magnificent period interiors and the largest concentration of 19th-century polychrome stenciling in southeastern Massachusetts. Collections include: Americana; costumes and accessories; decorative arts; ephemera; Fall River textile mill history; furniture; local history; manuscripts; maritime, […]

    451 Rock Street, Fall River, MA 02720-3398
  • Falmouth Museums on the Green

    The Falmouth Museums on the Green, owned and operated by the Falmouth Historical Society and located on Cape Cod, is a 2-acre venue that offers a wide swath: the 1790 Dr. Francis Wicks House, which is a guided tour of a Federal-period home that shows how an affluent physician lived in the days after the […]

    55 Palmer Avenue, Falmouth, MA 02541
  • Florida Maritime Museum

    The Florida Maritime Museum is sponsored by Manatee County Clerk of Circuit Courts, and is situated on almost 4 acres of land in the historic fishing village of Cortez. Cortez Villagers have survived hurricanes, economic depressions and threats to their livelihood from a reduction in fishing grounds and regulations on the fishing industry. The residents of this community […]

    4415 119th Street W, Cortez, Florida 34215
  • Forbes House Museum

    The Forbes House Museum preserves and celebrates the rich Forbes family history. As entrepreneurs, philanthropists and collectors, the family’s aspirations and achievements mirrored America’s development. The house itself is a beautiful Greek Revival style mansion, built in 1833 with a fortune earned in the early American China Trade, while several of its rooms exhibit the […]

    215 Adams Street, Milton, MA 02186
  • Foss Waterway Seaport

    Foss Waterway Seaport uses our historic 117-year old Balfour Dock Building, docks and adjacent areas as a public facility, to celebrate the rich maritime history of the Tacoma community and the region through interpretation, education, and events that tell the stories of our collective past, present and future.

    705 Dock Street, Tacoma, WA 98402
  • Frank Lloyd Wright's Graycliff

    Graycliff stands majestically on the shore of Lake Erie as a monument to one of the greatest American tales ever told. More than a home, Graycliff is one of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most stunning examples of Organic architecture, and to visitors, an unexpected departure from his signature Prairie style. Today, the Graycliff Conservancy is dedicated […]

    6472 Old Lake Shore Road Derby, NY 14047
  • Frederic Remington Art Museum

    Frederic Remington (b. 1861 in Canton, NY d. 1909 Ridgefield, CT) was one of the most famous artists of his time. He brought images of the Old West to the public on the pages of magazines and later in bronze. The Museum’s collection also includes Remington’s look at Northern New York and his beloved norther […]

    303 Washington Street, Ogdensburg, New York 13669
  • Frontier Times Museum

    The Frontier Times Museum embraces the early days when museums were cabinets of curiosities displaying an eclectic blend of artifacts and treasures from all over the world.  Nature’s oddities are displayed along with antiquities and pioneer relics that tell the story of life on the Texas frontier.  Among the many displays are exhibits on the […]

    510 13th Street, Bandera, Texas
  • Fullerton Arboretum

    Fullerton Arboretum is a 26 acre botanic garden on the campus of California State University.  The garden hosts two museums:  Heritage House, an 1894 Eastlake Victorian Cottage fully restored with docent guided tours and the Orange County Agricultural & Nikkei Heritage Museum. The arboretum’s living collections include plants from every region of the world displayed in their native […]

    1900 Associated Road, Fullerton, CA 92831
  • Gallery One Visual Arts Center

    Gallery One Visual Arts Center is dedicated to the creation, exhibition and appreciation of visual arts in the center of Washington. High-quality, innovative, and diverse visual arts exhibits, year round Art classes for all ages in painting, ceramics, printmaking and other mediums Artist studios Fun events including the monthly First Friday Art Walk A great […]

    408 N Pearl Street, Ellensburg, WA 98926
  • Glencairn Museum

    Glencairn Museum, housed in the castle-like former home of Raymond and Mildred Pitcairn (1939-1980), presents religious life through the ages by means of a remarkable collection that illustrates religions as varied as ancient Egyptian, ancient Greek and Roman, medieval Christian, Islamic, Asian, and American Indian.

    1001 Cathedral Road, Bryn Athyn, PA 19009-0757
  • Grand Mesa Arts & Events Center

    The Grand Mesa Arts & Events Center is a beautifully remodeled historic building located at the base of the Grand Mesa in Western Colorado. The venue houses an art gallery, state of the art black box theatre and is a destination for art, performances and education. Every show in the Starr Family Gallery displays for […]

    195 W. Main Street, Cedaredge, CO 81413
  • Grout Museum District

    The mission of the Grout Museum District is to provide a better understanding of our world by collecting, preserving and interpreting history and illustrating scientific principles. The Grout Museum collects, preserves and interprets cultural and natural history of the region; the Rensselaer Russell House Museum and the Snowden House preserve and interpret elements of the […]

    503 South Street, Waterloo, IA 50701
  • Haan Museum of Indiana Art

    Haan Museum of Indiana Art was originally the State of Connecticut building at the 1904 St. Louis World’s Fair. The mansion was designed and built to be moved after the World’s Fair and now houses extraordinary Indiana paintings, including major works by TC Steele; decorative ceramics, bronzes and carvings; and rare American antiques.

    920 E State Street, Lafayette, IN 47905
  • Hagley Museum and Library***

    ***NARM privileges do not extend other institutions members within a 15 mile radius and may be restricted for concerts/lectures/special exhibitions and ticketed events.

    200 Hagley Creek Road, Wilmington, DE 19807
  • Hammond-Harwood House

    The Hammond-Harwood House, a National Historic Landmark, is an outstanding example of American colonial architecture. Built in 1774 as a town residence for Matthias Hammond, a legislator and planter, it was the final work of renowned architect William Buckland. With its carved entrance, formal rooms, and elegant scale, the building blends the artistry of the […]

    19 Maryland Avenue, Annapolis, MD 20401
  • Harriet Beecher Stowe Center

    The Harriet Beecher Stowe Center is a National Historic Landmark located in Hartford, CT. The Stowe Center is the site of: The Harriet Beecher Stowe House (1871), a Victorian Gothic Revival home; The Katharine Seymour Day House (1884), holding the Stowe Center Library and archives; and The Visitor Center and Museum Store in the carriage […]

    77 Forest Street, Hartford, CT 06105
  • Henry B. Plant Museum

    The 1891 Tampa Bay Hotel, now a National Historic Landmark, is home to The University of Tampa and the Henry B. Plant Museum. Today, the Henry B. Plant Museum features original opulent furnishings and artifacts from the hotel collected by Mr. & Mrs. Plant.

    401 W. Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, FL 33606
  • Highfield Hall and Gardens

    Highfield Hall & Gardens, a magnificently restored historic mansion and estate, is now a vibrant center of cultural and community life on Cape Cod. Surrounded by 400 acres of public woodlands and spectacular gardens, Highfield is a hub for public events, music, art, and a beautiful venue for private or corporate functions. Discover seasonal art […]

    56 Highfield Drive, Falmouth, MA 02541
  • Highland Art Center

    The Highland Art Center is a cultural arts campus in the heart of downtown historic Weaverville including a main gallery, arts library, formal gardens, large events meadow, and 6 artist’s studios. In the charming 1893 white Victorian farmhouse that houses the main gallery, we host monthly art shows with opening receptions on the first Saturday […]

    691 Main Street, Weaverville, CA 96093
  • Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens

    One of the premier art collector’s museums in the United States, Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens is dedicated to enlightening and engaging visitors with an experience inspired by founder Marjorie Merriweather Post’s passion for excellence, gracious hospitality, and intent to preserve and share the beauty and history of her collections, garden, and estate. Home to […]

    4155 Linnean Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20008
  • Historic Columbia

    Historic Columbia is a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving Columbia and Richland County’s historic and cultural heritage. We manage several local historic properties as historic house museums, including the Robert Mills House, Hampton-Preston Mansion, Woodrow Wilson Family Home, and Mann-Simons Site. We also offer walking and bus tours, rent out our historic homes as event […]

    1601 Richland Street, Columbia, SC 29201
  • Historic Spanish Point

    Historic Spanish Point is a unique, 30-acre site overlooking beautiful Little Sarasota Bay in Osprey, Florida.  The museum preserves and interprets 4,000 years of history, beginning with an archaeology exhibition housed inside a prehistoric shell midden.  The museum also presents Florida’s pioneer life through a homestead house, citrus packinghouse, chapel, and pioneer cemetery.  Additionally, Historic […]

    337 N. Tamiami Trail, Osprey, FL 34229
  • History Center of Washington County

    The Washington County Historical Society operates 2 museums and 1 historic site that preserve history of Washington County. Over 30,000 artifacts are part of the varied collections that tell the story of a county that harmoniously blended rural living and the industrial age. The History Center of Washington County Museum site includes the Old Courthouse Museum […]

    320 S. 5th Avenue, West Bend, WI 53095
  • History Museum at the Castle

    From local history to Harry Houdini, The History Museum at the Castle offers a glimpse into Appleton and the Fox Cities. The stories told here have local and national significance and are sure to amuse, provoke and inspire. Our Mission Inside the walls of the History Museum, the past comes alive through the stories, photographs and artifacts […]

    330 E. College Avenue, Appleton, WI 54911
  • House of Refuge

    Step back into the era of sailing ships! Constructed in 1875 to aid shipwreck survivors on a once desolate barrier island, the House of Refuge at Gilbert’s Bar is the last one of ten such houses along the Atlantic Coast. Learn about local maritime history, the Untied States Life Saving Service, early efforts to save […]

    301 Southeast MacArthur Boulevard, Stuart, Florida 34996
  • Hower House Museum - The University of Akron

    Hower House Museum  ̶  The University of Akron is a Second Empire Italianate structure, built in 1871 by Akron Industrialist, John Henry Hower and his wife, Susan Youngker Hower. The designer of this 28-room Victorian Mansion was Jacob Snyder, a noted Akron architect, perhaps best known for his part in developing the “Akron Plan,” a […]

    60 Fir Hill, Akron, Ohio 44304
  • Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites**

    **NARM privileges do not extend to other institutions members within a 15 mile radius. With a collection of over 800,000+ pieces, the mission of the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites is to celebrate, explore and steward all that is authentically wonderous about Indiana. We discover, collect, preserve, interpret and present artifacts and exhibits that […]

    650 W. Washington Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204
  • Jackson Homestead and Museum; Durant-Kenrick House

    Jackson Homestead and Museum 527 Washington Street Newton, MA  02458 617-796-1450 About the Museum The Jackson Homestead and Museum displays rotating and permanent exhibits about the history of Newton, Massachusetts, and the Underground Railroad. The Homestead is also home to the archives of Historic Newton. Here you’ll find. . . . A federal-style house built in […]

    527 Washington Street, Newton, MA 02458
  • Johnson County Historical Society

    The Johnson County Historical Society is a private, non-profit group committed to serving the public by furthering an appreciation of the historical and cultural heritage of the Johnson County community through education, preservation and interpretation. We maintain a museum location with exhibits and a collection of over 10,000 artifacts. The Johnson County Historical Society also […]

    860 Quarry Road, Coralville, IA 52241
  • Kansas City Museum

    The Kansas City Museum preserves, interprets, and celebrates Kansas City through collections, exhibitions, and bold programs that reflect the City’s evolution and spirit, and engage visitors in unfolding stories about Kansas City’s vibrant history, cultural heritage, and pride.   Photo credit: Kansas City Museum, Front Summer by, David Remley

    3218 Gladstone Boulevard, Kansa City, MO 64123
  • Kodiak Historical Society & Baranov Museum

    The Kodiak Historical Society & Baranov Museum preserves and shares Kodiak’s rich history. The museum is located in the oldest building in Alaska, a National Historical Landmark in Kodiak, Alaska, known as the Russian American Magazin or Erskine House. Our exhibits interpret Kodiak’s Russian era (1741-1867), early American era (1867-1912) and modern era (1912-present).

    101 East Marine Way, Kodiak, AK 99615
  • Kregel Windmill Factory Museum***

    Kregel Windmill Factory Museum, the last intact windmill factory in the United States, is truly a unique and immersive experience. Both the building and its collection have achieved a patina that only serendipitous historical circumstances can provide. Not only do guests enjoy the experience of turn-of-the-century American know-how and innovation, but also a standing testament […]

    1416 Central Avenue, Nebraska City, NE 68410
  • LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes

    LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes – LA Plaza – celebrates the past and inspires the future by sharing the untold stories about the history, culture, values, and traditions of Mexican, Mexican American, and all Latinos in the founding and continuing evolution of Southern California. We do this through compelling and culturally enriching exhibitions, educational […]

    501 North Main Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
  • LancasterHistory.org

    LancasterHistory.org is your comprehensive history center for Lancaster County history! At LancasterHistory.org, you can…: Take a guided tour of Wheatland, home of 15th US President James Buchanan Stroll the Louise Arnold Tanger Arboretum and the American Conifer Society Dwarf Conifer Reference Garden Take in the Exhibition Galleries, featuring the newest exhibition, FREEDOM: “to secure the Blessings […]

    230 North President Avenue, Lancaster, PA 17603-3125
  • Laurel Hill Cemetery*

    Founded in 1836 as a religiously unaffiliated, permanent burial space in a picturesque location well outside of the city, Laurel Hill Cemetery was a major divergence from the crowded and unsanitary churchyards that previously served as the only option for the departed. With scenic views of the Schuylkill River and just steps from Kelly Drive, […]

    3822 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19132
  • Lexington Historical Society

        The Lexington Historical Society operates three house museums in Lexington, Massachusetts, each of which were involved with in the Battle of Lexington, the first battle of the American Revolution. When visiting the Lexington Historical Society history lovers can see the Buckman Tavern, where militia gathered and waited for the arrival of the British […]

    13 Depot Square, Lexington, MA 02420
  • Longue Vue House and Gardens

    Founded by New Orleans philanthropists Edith and Edgar Stern, Longue Vue is a multifaceted historic estate featuring a world-class house museum and eight acres of stunning gardens that include an interactive Discovery Garden for children. As a National Historic Landmark, Longue Vue is open seven days a week to public for tours of the home […]

    7 Bamboo Road, New Orleans, LA 70124
  • Los Alamos History Museum

    In the heart of a National Landmark District, the Los Alamos History Museum consists of several sites amid lovely lawns and tall trees. The log and stone buildings that house exhibits date from the early 1900s and include a furnished homesteader cabin and Fuller Lodge and masters’ cottages from the Los Alamos Ranch School (1917–1943). […]

    1050 Bathtub Row, Los Alamos, NM 87544
  • Macculloch Hall Historical Museum

    Located in the heart of Morristown’s National Historic District, Macculloch Hall Historical Museum is an 1810 house with period rooms, exhibit galleries and historic gardens, featuring a large collection of original artwork by 19th century caricaturist Thomas Nast.  George Macculloch, a Scotsman born in Bombay, immigrated to America from London with his wife and two […]

    45 Macculloch Avenue, Morristown, NJ 07960
  • Maidu Museum and Historic Site

    (Rejoined 3/18/2019) The Maidu Museum & Historic Site offers a unique cultural haven for families and individuals who want to experience the life ways and culture of the Nisenan Maidu who called this location home for thousands of years.The outside trail wanders through the Historic Site and offers visitors a chance to see the lasting […]

    1970 Johnson Ranch Drive, Roseville, CA 95661
  • Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College

    The Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College houses an outstanding collection of American art. The collection is chiefly paintings, works on paper, and photographs from the 19th through 21st centuries. Located on the Randolph campus and open to visitors all year, the Maier serves both the academic community and the general public. It offers […]

    1 Quinlan Street, Lynchburg, VA 24503
  • Maine Historical Society*

    A growing museum and statewide educational resource, we are located in the heart of Portland’s downtown cultural district. Founded in 1822, the Maine Historical Society is the third oldest state historical society in the United States. Our one–acre campus, which is open year round, is situated in downtown Portland, across from Monument Square. The Maine […]

    489 Congress Street, Portland, Maine 04101
  • Marin Museum of Contemporary Art

    Marin Museum of Contemporary Art connects art, community, and artistic expression. It is a unique non-collecting museum that is for artists, about artists, and by artists. MarinMOCA seeks to present art in an environment that provides a supportive venue for artists and exhibitions that inspire the community. MarinMOCA is located at the beautiful Novato Arts […]

    500 Palm Drive, Novato, CA 94949
  • Mission Inn Foundation and Museum

    The Mission Inn Foundation preserves, interprets, and promotes the cultural heritage of the Mission Inn, Riverside, and the surrounding southern California communities through its museum services, educational programs, and outreach activities.

    3696 Main Street, Riverside, CA 92501
  • Mississippi Valley Textile Museum

    We interpret the history of the woollen industry in the Mississippi River Valley, and the effects it had on the social, cultural and industrial development of the region. We also provide exhibits and education on fibre arts and a centre for the study of industrial textiles, while preserving our historic building and artifacts.

    3 Rosamond Street East, Almonte, ON K0A 1A0
  • Molly Brown House Museum

    Molly Brown House Museum is the gateway to exploring the history of Denver and the West. The 1889 Richardsonian Romanesque structure was designed by legendary architect William Lang and sits in Denver’s historic Capitol Hill neighborhood. The house is a beloved local landmark that now operates as a Museum to tell the story of Margaret […]

    1340 Pennsylvania Street, Denver, CO 80203
  • Morris County Historical Society

    The Morris County Historical Society (MCHS) is a member-supported 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that preserves and promotes the history of Morris County, New Jersey. MCHS is headquartered in Acorn Hall, 1853, which it operates as a historic house museum and is where Morris County-themed exhibits are displayed. “The Cutting Edge: Medicine in Morris County, 1876 – […]

    68 Lafayette Avenue, Morristown, NJ 07960
  • Mound House

    Mound House is a unique archaeological and historical site on Fort Myers Beach located directly on Estero Bay. Estero Island’s oldest standing structure has recently been restored to its 1921 grandeur and is now open as a cultural and environmental learning center. Experience this one of a kind museum that sits atop a 2,000 year […]

    451 Connecticut Street, Fort Myers Beach, Fl 33931
  • Museum of Nebraska Art

    The Museum of Nebraska Art (MONA) celebrates the history of Nebraska’s visual art for diverse audiences. MONA collects, preserves, researches, exhibits, and interprets the work of artists who were born, lived, trained, or worked in Nebraska or who created artworks that reflect the culture of Nebraska. Hours: Tue-Sat 10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Sunday noon-5:00 p.m Closed: […]

    2401 Central Avenue, Kearney, NE 68847
  • Museum of Sonoma County*

    The Museum of Sonoma County engages and inspires our diverse community with art and history exhibitions, collections, and public programs that are inclusive, educational, and relevant. *NARM privileges may be restricted for concerts/lectures/special exhibitions and ticketed events.

    425 Seventh Street, Santa Rosa, CA 95401
  • Museum of the Shenandoah Valley

    The Museum of the Shenandoah Valley (MSV) is dedicated to preserving and enriching the cultural life and heritage of the Valley. The Museum sits on land originally claimed by Winchester founder James Wood in 1735. Today the museum site consists of the Museum with multiple galleries, event halls, the MSV Makerspace, and the Museum Store; […]

    901 Amherst Street, Winchester, Virginia 22601
  • National Building Museum

    The National Building Museum is America’s leading cultural institution devoted to interpreting the history and impact of the built environment through exhibitions, public programs, and festivals. Located just four blocks from the National Mall, the Museum occupies a magnificent building with a soaring Great Hall, colossal 75-foot-tall Corinthian columns, and a 1,200-foot terra cotta frieze.

    401 F St NW, Washington, DC 20001
  • National Museum of Industrial History

    The mission of the National Museum of Industrial History is to forge a connection between America’s industrial past and the innovations of today by educating the public and inspiring the visionaries of tomorrow. Housed in a restored 100-year-old former Bethlehem Steel facility on the largest private brownfield in America, the Museum is home to exciting […]

    602 E. 2nd Street, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 18015
  • Neill-Cochran House Museum

    Built less than 20 years after Austin was founded, the Neill-Cochran House Museum is a window on some of the earliest years of Austin’s architectural, social, and political history. Lived-in room displays and interpretive exhibits are designed to allow visitors an opportunity to reflect on an ever-growing Austin through careful consideration of the past.

    2310 San Gabriel Street, Austin, TX 78705
  • New Castle Historical Society

    The New Castle Historical Society (NCHS) operates the Amstel and Dutch House Museums in addition to the Old Library (exhibit space) and the New Castle Visitor Center at The Arsenal. As the historical society for the City of New Castle, DE, the NCHS preserves and interprets the history of the town that started as a […]

    30 Market Street, New Castle, DE 19720
  • Newfields**

    **NARM privileges do not extend to other institutions members within a 15 mile radius. As the Indianapolis Museum of Art has grown to become an internationally-renowned museum, we now turn our attention toward increasing our emphasis on combining art with nature. The name Newfields represents the dynamic, cultural campus which is home to the IMA, […]

    4000 Michigan Road. Indianapolis, IN 46208
  • Northampton County Historical & Genealogical Society

    Northampton County Historical & Genealogical Society Museums The Sigal Museum The Sigal Museum property tells an interesting history common to the evolution of old downtowns; with its design and function changing with the times: from family home to Opera House to Bridal Salon to history museum. The Sigal Museum offers three Exhibition Halls, a Decorative […]

    342 Northampton Street, Easton, PA 18042
  • Old Davie School Historical Museum

    Take a step back in time at the Old Davie School Historical Museum! Visit the restored 1920s classroom, the Walsh and Viele homes built in 1912, and learn about life on the Everglades frontier 100 years ago – before the luxuries of paved roads, electricity or indoor plumbing! With artifacts, photographs, articles, and maps, the […]

    6650 Griffin Road, Davie, Florida 33314
  • Old Stone House Museum

    Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and part of Vermont’s African American Heritage Trail, the Old Stone House Museum sits on 55 acres of rural Vermont farmland and encompasses numerous structures from the early 19th century.  These include Federalist era homes of Reverend Alexander Twilight, first African American graduate of Middlebury College, progressive […]

    109 Old Stone House Road, Brownington, Vermont 05860
  • Osceola County Historical Society

    The Osceola County Historical Society is a 501c3 that was founded on October 29, 1949 by volunteers Charles and Twylah Hartley and Alma Hetherington looking to properly preserve artifacts and publish articles that would ensure Osceola County’s heritage lived on for years to come. Today, OCHS has 4 locations, 13 staff members and a Board […]

    4155 W. Vine Street, Kissimmee FL 34741
  • Pharmacy & Medical Museum of Texas

    The Pharmacy & Medical Museum of Texas is a dream come true for Mr. Joe Reuss. For years Mr. Reuss had a vision of creating an educational museum focusing on the pharmaceutical and medical fields and also to preserve Cuero’s rich history in these areas. Coming from a multi-generational medical and pharmaceutical family “that never […]

    114 E. Main Street, Cuero, Texas 77954
  • Pleasant Home

    Pleasant Home is a Prairie Style house museum located in the heart of Oak Park, one the nation’s most architecturally significant villages. Designed in 1897 by prominent architect George W. Maher, the home is a National Historic Landmark and the only Maher building open to the public as a museum.

    217 Home Avenue, Oak Park, IL 60302
  • Portsmouth Historical Society

    The mission of Portsmouth Historical Society is to, “Champion the history, arts and culture of the Portsmouth Region through acquisitions, preservation, museum exhibitions, programs and publications.” The Portsmouth Historical Society, which celebrated its centennial in 2017, administers two facilities in the west end of the heart of downtown, including Discover Portsmouth—a large historic structure featuring […]

    10 Middle Street, Portsmouth, NH 03801
  • Rhode Island Historical Society John Brown House Museum

    As an important cultural institution in Rhode Island, the Rhode Island Historical Society (RIHS) uses materials and knowledge of the past to explore topics of timeless relevance and current public interest and benefit. Inside and outside of the walls of our buildings, the RIHS encourages broad engagement in the diversity of experiences we offer. We […]

    52 Power Street, Providence, RI 02906-1012
  • Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm

    The Rochester Hills Museum at Van Hoosen Farm is a sixteen acre site listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Museum interprets the lives of five generations of the Taylor-Van Hoosen families, with special focus on Dr. Bertha Van Hoosen and Dr. Sarah Van Hoosen Jones. The Museum also interprets the rich history […]

    1005 Van Hoosen Road, Rochester Hills, Michigan 48306
  • Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum

    Since 1995, the museum has been a shrine to musicians across generations who have dedicated their life to enriching Rock and Roll. Inducting members since 1986, the Rock Hall is the premier destination for music lovers everywhere.

    1100 Rock and Roll Boulevard Cleveland, Ohio 44114
  • Shelton McMurphey Johnson House

    The Shelton McMurphey Johnson House is an Eugene, OR Victorian House Museum. It is open for tours and available for rentals. On display are period furniture, glassware, and photos of historic Eugene, as well as changing exhibits. Experience the elegance of an Afternoon Tea or rent the House for a beautiful Victorian themed wedding!   […]

    303 Willamette Street, Eugene, OR 97401-2600
  • Springfield Art Association of Edwards Place

    The Springfield Art Association of Edwards Place (SAA) is home to the oldest home in Springfield, an Italianate Mansion named Edwards Place. On the National and Sate Register of Historic Places and interpreted to 1857, tours are offered Tuesday through Saturday. The SAA is also home to two Art galleries, the MG Nelson Family Gallery […]

    700 North 4th Street, Springfield, IL 62702
  • Star of the Republic Museum

    The Star of the Republic Museum was created by the Texas Legislature and is administered by Blinn College as a cultural and educational institution.  Its purpose is to collect and preserve the material culture of the Texas Republic (1836-1846) and to interpret the history, cultures, diversity, and values of early Texans. The Museum strives to […]

    Highway 105 between Brenham and Navasota on FM 1155 at Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site, Washington, Texas
  • Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum

    The Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum, Inc. is a not-for-profit corporation, dedicated to preserving the birthplace and raising public awareness of the wide-ranging legacy of the great social reformer, Susan B. Anthony, who was a pioneering feminist and suffragist as well as a noteworthy figure in the abolitionist, opposition to Restellism, and temperance movements of […]

    67 East Road, Adams, MA 01220
  • T. T. Wentworth, Jr. Florida State Museum

    The museum is a general history museum with galleries dedicated to both permanent and changing exhibits. Housed in the three-story Mediterranean Revival architecture of the former Pensacola City Hall, built in 1907, the museum is a highlight of the Historic Pensacola self-guided tour.

    330 South Jefferson Street, Pensacola, FL 32502
  • Taos Art Museum at Fechin House

    The Taos Art Museum at Fechin House engages and inspires through historic preservation and interpretation of the Fechin House, studio and gardens; through rich, relevant programs based on the collections and exhibitions, and a commitment to building cultural literacy and creative opportunity. The Taos Art Museum is housed in the home and studio that renowned […]

    227 Paseo del Pueblo Norte, Taos, NM, 87571
  • Taylor County History Center

    The Taylor County History Center, previously the Buffalo Gap Historic Village, located in Buffalo Gap, Texas, tells the story of the last fifty years of the West Texas frontier. Through interactive exhibits, educational programming, historic interpretation, and audio tours, guests experience the formative years when the region changed from the Wild West to civilized settlements. […]

    133 N. William Street, Buffalo Gap, TX 79508
  • The Bryan Museum

    The Bryan Museum is home to the world’s largest collection of historical artifacts, documents, and artwork relating to the Southwestern United States.The museum houses the largest collection of its kind in the world. With 70,000 items spanning 12,000 years, it includes treasures ranging from ancient Native American cultural artifacts to 21st century pieces—rare German, French, […]

    1315 21st Street, Galveston, TX 77550
  • The Heritage Society

    The Heritage Society maintains ten historic structures, houses dating from 1823 to 1905 with guided tours and educational programs designed to promote awareness of Houston’s diverse history. “Founded in 1954 by a number of public-spirited Houstonians to rescue the 1847 Kellum-Noble House from demolition, The Heritage Society has since saved an additional nine historic buildings, […]

    1100 Bagby Street, Houston, TX 77002
  • The Historical Museum at Fort Missoula

    Walk through history on our 32-acre scenic, historic park!  The Historical Museum at Fort Missoula is Missoula County’s history museum. We offer visitors a place to wonder, to reminisce, to learn about our county’s history, and how our community’s past makes Missoula and the nation what it is today. Your Museum – Your Stories – Your […]

    3400 Captain Rawn Way, Missoula, MT 59804
  • The House of the Seven Gables

    The Turner-Ingersoll Mansion, known as the House of the Seven Gables, was built in 1668 for Salem sea captain John Turner. In 1910, philanthropist and preservationist, Caroline Emmerton, founded The House of the Seven Gables Settlement Association to steward this seventeenth-century treasure. Capitalizing on the mansion’s connection to American author Nathaniel Hawthorne (who used it […]

    115 Derby Street, Salem, MA 01970
  • The Mark Twain House and Museum

    The Mark Twain House & Museum, a National Historic Landmark in Hartford, Connecticut, was the home of America’s greatest author, Samuel Clemens (a.k.a. Mark Twain) and his family from 1874 to 1891. It is also where Twain lived when he wrote his most important works, including Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, […]

    351 Farmington Avenue, Hartford, CT 06105
  • The Montclair History Center

    The Montclair History Center (MHC), a private, nonprofit 501(c) 3 organization, promotes preservation, study and appreciation of local history. We are stewards of four historic houses in Montclair: the Crane House and Historic YWCA (110 Orange Road), the Nathaniel Crane House (110 Orange Road), the Clark House (108 Orange Road), and the Shultz House, also […]

    108 Orange Road, Montclair, NJ 07042
  • The Noguchi Museum

    Founded in 1985 by Isamu Noguchi (1904–1988), one of the leading sculptors and designers of the twentieth century, The Noguchi Museum was the first museum in America to be founded, designed, and installed by a living artist to show his or her own work. Widely viewed as among the artist’s greatest achievements, the Museum comprises […]

    32-37 Vernon Boulevard, Long Island City, New York 11106
  • The Saranac Laboratory Museum

    The Saranac Laboratory Museum, operated by Historic Saranac Lake, preserves and shares the rich history of the tuberculosis treatment industry in Saranac Lake. The Saranac Laboratory was founded by Dr. Edward Livingston Trudeau in 1894 for the study of tuberculosis. The Museum features exhibits on tuberculosis research, patient care, and other special rotating topics.

    89 Church Street, Suite 2, Saranac Lake, NY 12983
  • The Sidney Museum and Arts Association

    The Sidney Museum and Arts Association, a nonprofit organization founded in 1970, is dedicated to preserving local history and promoting arts. SMAA established and maintains the Sidney Art Gallery and the Sidney Museum located in the original Masonic Hall built in 1908 and the Log Cabin Museum built in 1914 in Port Orchard, WA.  The […]

    202 Sidney Avenue, Port Orchard, WA, 98366
  • Vermont Granite Museum

    Located within a century old granite manufacturing plant, the Vermont Granite Museum contains exhibits on the science, technology, history, and art of Vermont’s unique granite heritage. With a dozen interactive stations, including a bouldering wall, visitors can create their own artwork and experiment with processes used to make granite monuments. The Museum also is home […]

    7 Jones Brothers Way, Barre, VT 05641
  • Vulcan Park and Museum

    Vulcan, Birmingham Alabama’s colossal statue is the world’s largest cast iron statue and considered one of the most memorable works of civic art in the United States. Designed by Italian artist Giuseppe Moretti and cast from local iron in 1904, Vulcan has overlooked Alabama’s largest city from atop Red Mountain since the 1930s. By 1999, […]

    1701 Valley View Drive, Birmingham, AL 35209
  • Whatcom Museum

    THE WHATCOM MUSEUM occupies three distinctive and historically significant buildings in downtown Bellingham’s cultural district. For information regarding hours and admission, please click here.   Whatcom Museum Old City Hall, photograph by C9 Photography, Courtesy of the Whatcom Museum

    121 Prospect Street I, Bellingham, WA 98225
  • Woodstock History Center

    The History Center, located in the heart of Woodstock’s historic district, explains how Woodstock has evolved over the past 250 years from a frontier territory to the vibrant community that it is today. Visitors can tour the museum which features large collections of antiques and several new exhibitions each year. The Woodstock History Center is […]

    26 Elm Street, Woodstock, VT 05091