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Historic Sites

Explore an unequaled collection of historic places

  • Coronavirus Response

    Many historic sites and museums are reopening. We encourage you to check directly with each site for up-to-date information if you are planning a visit.

  • Resources for You

    We've assembled this collection of resources to help our community stay engaged with the places we love as we weather this crisis.

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Historic places create connections to our heritage that help us understand our past, appreciate our triumphs, and learn from our mistakes. Historic places help define and distinguish our communities by building a strong sense of identity.

To ensure that their stories remain a part of our lives today, the National Trust for Historic Preservation protects and promotes historic places, including a diverse collection of 27 sites open to the public. When you visit a historic site, you learn from their stories and help keep history alive.

Members of the National Trust for Historic Preservation enjoy discounted admission to all 27 sites open to the public and Distinctive Destinations nationwide.

Explore all of our historic sites via the map below, or see the full list here.

Donate Today to Help Save the Places Where Our History Happened.

Support the National Trust for Historic Preservation today and you'll be providing the courage, comfort, and inspiration of historic places now, when we need it most.

Historic Sites

Explore Creative Places: Historic Artists Homes and Studios

The Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios program (HAHS) is a coalition of more than 30 museums that were the homes and working studios of American artists. Come, witness creativity.

The National Trust for Historic Preservation works to save America's historic places. Join us today to help protect the places that matter to you.

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