Drayton Hall, a Site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, is located in Charleston, S.C. Visitors come from all over to experience and learn about this beautiful and historic southern plantation, and to uncover the history and stories that Drayton Hall holds.... Read More →
Decatur House has had a front row seat to some of our nation’s most important events since 1818. Located on Lafayette Square just across from the White House in Washington, D.C., this federal-style home was built for naval hero Stephen Decatur and his wife, Susan, and was designed by architect Benjamin Henry Latrobe. The National Center for White House History was established there in 2010.
Visitors to D.C. do not need to wander far from one of the top attractions, the White House, to see this beautiful home. Don’t miss their gift shop full of D.C. souvenirs, including the well-known Annual White House Christmas Ornament.
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The African Meeting House in Boston, Massachussetts, a Site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, is the nation's oldest African-American church still standing, located in the historic Beacon Hill area of downtown Boston.
The Meeting House and Abiel Smith School, both built in the early 1800s, are located in what once was the heart of Boston's 19th-century African-American community. These buildings remain a showcase of black community organization and enduring testimony to black craftsmanship.... Read More →
The Woodrow Wilson House in Washington, D.C. is located in a beautiful neighborhood near the popular Dupont Circle, surrounded by embassies from throughout the world. The home of President and Mrs. Wilson after their time in the White House, the townhouse was a quiet haven for the Wilsons upon leaving presidential life.... Read More →