​American Landmarks List

Staff Reporter
Dec. 30, 2012

American Landmarks. There are several landmarks to visit in America that a lot of poeple don’t know or remember. Here’s a list of sites to visit.

Pictograph Cave Billings, Montana Houses of Our Past (17th-20th c.) Virginia to Hawaii

Adam Thoroughgood House – Virginia Beach, Virginia

De Wint House – Tappan, New York

Parlange Plantation House – Mix vicinity, Louisiana.

African House at Melrose Plantation – Melrose, Lousiana

Rafael Gonzales House – Santa Barbara, California

The Wo Hing Society Temple – Lahaina Island of Maui, Hawaii

Old South Meeting House – Boston, Massachusetts

African Meeting House – Boston, Massachusetts

Michter’s Distillery – Shaefferstown, Pennsylvania

Elfreth’s Alley – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Hancock Shaker Village – Pittsfield, Massachusetts

U.S. Capitol – Washington, D.C.

Octagon House – Washington, D.C.

Eastern State Penitentiary – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Upper Green River Rendezvous Site – Daniel, Wyoming

Independence Rock – Casper, Wyoming

Baltimore Shot Tower – Baltimore, Maryland

Ellicott City Station – Ellicott City, Maryland

Boston Public Garden – Boston, Massachusetts

Harrisville Historic District – Harrisville, New Hampshire

Susan B. Anthony House – Rochester, New York

Brooklyn Bridge Manhattan – Brooklyn, New York

Mark Twain House – Hartford, Connecticut

Lucy, the Margate Elephant – Margate City, New Jersey

Balclutha (Sailing Ship) – San Francisco, California

Berea College (Lincoln Hall) – Berea, Kentucky

Cleveland Arcade – Cleveland, Ohio

Bell Telephone Laboratories – New York City, New York

Little Tokyo Historic District – Los Angeles, California

Bank of Italy – San Francisco, California

Lowell Observatory – Flagstaff, Arizona

Maria and Pietro Botto House – Haledon, New Jersey

Highland Park Ford Plant – Detroit, Michigan

Mutual Musician’s Association Building – Kansas City, Missouri

Rose Bowl – Pasadena, California

Playland Amusement Park – Rye, New York

Paramount Theater – Oakland, California

Empire State Building – New York City, New York

Fallingwater – Mill Run, Pennsylvania

Gateway Arch St. – Louis, Missouri

Saturn V Launch Vehicle – Huntsville, Alabama

Most of these Landmarks are open to the public. Just call a Visitors’ Center or Tourist Bureau in the city or town in which the Landmark is located. Ask about hours and any admission fee. Or call the Landmark itself for information.

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