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The Fort Ligonier museum houses an extraordinary selection of art and artifacts along with a unique collection of French and Indian War era objects discovered at this historic site.
Eleanor Roosevelt cherished Val-Kill – it was the only place she ever called home. Here, she built Stone Cottage and Val-Kill Industries, hosted rambunctious family gatherings, and convened political and diplomatic caucuses.
Built in 1792, Gadsby's Tavern served the most fashionable iced refreshments to George Washington, and other Alexandria residents. Along with year-round cool-drinks, popular ice cream flavors included oyster and parmesan. The tavern's ice well made this possible in the 18th century.
Hampton Roads Naval Museum at the Nauticus Complex in Norfolk, VA is operated by the US Navy. The exhibits provide an overview of Naval History and augment visitor experience when touring the USS Wisconsin, also docked at the museum.
The World Ablaze is part of the permanent collections at Fort Ligonier. Over 200 impressive artifacts – ranging from 18th Century artillery to royal crowns of Europe – were acquired to reflect the diverse global aspects of the Seven Years’ War.
Did you know the Florida's Everglades is one of only 20 World Heritage sites in the USA? Half of the original Everglades have been drained. Water to the remaining National Park sector is harnessed through canals and floodgates.
Built in 1907 by William Woodward, “Belair Stud Stable” was a home to Gallant Fox (1930) and Omaha (1935) – still the only father/son horses to capture the Triple Crown Series.
The Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History is Danville, Virginia's center for self-expression through the study and creation of fine arts. It promotes art and history in the Dan River Region and is located in the historic home of Major William T. Sutherlin on Millionaires Row in Danville, Va.
Seeds of Change developed by the National Museum of Natural History at the Smithsonian Institution interpreted 500 years of encounter and exchange between the Old and New Worlds.
The Historic Annapolis Foundation "Museum without Walls" exhibit used celebrity personalities from various time periods to guide visitors to sites they frequented throughout the city.