Home to sites like the Freedom Trail and the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum.
A living history museum that recreates life in 18th-century America.
Home to Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution were signed.
The nation's capital is full of historical landmarks, including the Smithsonian museums, the National Mall, and the Lincoln Memorial.
Known for its well-preserved antebellum architecture and historical plantations.
A city with a rich history that includes French and Spanish colonialism, slavery, and the Civil War.
Home to the Alamo, one of the most famous sites in American history.
The site of the famous Civil War battle and a national military park.
Known for its beautiful historic district, Southern charm, and Civil War history.