- Home of President
The Boyhood Home of President Woodrow Wilson is owned and operated by Historic Augusta, Inc. The mission of Historic Augusta is to facilitate the preservation of historic buildings and neighborhoods; to instill community pride; to interpret our cultu ...
- Jimmy Stewart Museum
For over half a century, Jimmy Stewart has been a surrogate brother, father, and friend to fans of American film. His projections on the silver screen are so much more than the words in his scripts he made them our friends. He helped teach us how to ...
- The LIWM
The history of the Ingalls family in Walnut Grove at the Laura Ingalls Wilder Museum and Gift Store. The museums collections are housed in a series of interesting buildings, including an 1898 depot, a chapel, an oniondomed house, dugout display, lit ...
- Hall Of Fame
The South Dakota Hall of Fame hosts an induction ceremony during which up to 15 individuals may be inducted into one of the 15 Categories of Recognition. Anyone may submit a Nomination Form to The South Dakota Hall of Fame, with one primary qualifica ...
- Buffalo Bill Museum
Born in 1846, William F. Cody experienced the Old West to its fullest. He herded cattle, worked on a wagon train, mined for gold, rode in the Pony Express, and scouted for the Army. His skill as a buffalo hunter gained him the nickname Buffalo Bill. ...
- Roald Dahl Museum
The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre is a registered charity and company limited by guarantee, registered at The Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre, 8183 High Street, Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, HP16 0AL. The charity was established in 2001 a ...
- Birthplace Museum
In 1895 the Birthplace Cottage was bought as a surprise 60th birthday present for Andrew Carnegie by his wife Louise and then let out to tenants. With the creation of the Carnegie Dunfermline Trust in 1903, a caretaker was installed and in 1908 it wa ...
- Museum of V V Mayakovskii
Exhibits and artifacts concerning the life and works of this Russian poet. Includes photos and English translation. ...
- The Beauvoir
The house was built by James Brown, a wealthy plantation owner from Madison County, Mississippi. The house was started in late 1848 and was completed in 1852. The house was built as a summer home for his wife and his eventually 13 children. It was ...
- Wilder Park and Museum
The web site of Laura Ingalls Wilders childhood home in Iowa. We invite you to learn about the birth of Grace here, and the places where Laura Ingalls Wilder grew and developed her love of books and words where stories flowed from the tombstones of ...