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Rock Hall was designed by renowned architect Addison Mizner circa 1912 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The estate has been restored to its original glory and the restoration was featured in Old House Journal. Don't miss a chance to see it in person!
One of the most famous attractions of Key West is the historical district centered around Duval Street. And when you stay with Rent Key West Vacations, there are several properties that will put you right in the middle of the action. Perfect for any history buff, looking to learn about the history of the area!
The Izaak Walton Inn was built next to the railroad yard in 1939 and to this day uses pieces that inspire the old history. Stay inside one of the train cabooses! Each caboose has a deck, chairs, propane grill overlooking the tracks with spectacular views! Come experience this historic getaway on your next Montana vacation!
Cresthaven Resort was originally part of an estate owned by the legendary New York Times publisher Alfred Ochs, who purchased the Adirondack estate in the late 1920’s. The property's boathouse is now the Boathouse Restaurant. There are still traces of the style and elegance of years past that you simply will not find anywhere else!
Stay at Hilton Garden Inn Outer Banks/Kitty Hawk and you'll have lots of great chances to learn about the history of the area. First on your list should be a visit to the Fort Raleigh National Historical Site. It'd also be worth checking out the Lost Colony! Plus, The Wright Brothers National Memorial is closely too!
Located right on the doorstep of Great Smoky Mountains National Park, there's lots of great history to uncover when you stay with Cabins For You. Learn about the creation of America's most visited park. Then, explore historic Gatlinburg as well, to get the full local experience!
With a rich history going all the way back to the early 1920s, visiting the Marten River Lodge is an adventure all on its own. The dining room, lodge, and a single cabin were the first structures built in the area, serving as half-way stations for personnel of the Dept. of Northern Development who were supervising road construction in the area. And...
Westwind is highlighted by wonderful antiques and collectables from all over the world. The Buckhorn and surrounding area is filled with great antique markets and historical attractions: the Canadian Canoe Museum, Whetung Native gallery, and so much more.
The Rainbow Bridge, now listed on the National Register of Historical Places, is not far from the Inn. In addition, you won't want to miss a chance to visit the Wolf House, considered to be the oldest log house in the entire state. Also, if you get a chance, make sure to visit the Anglin-Tinnon Railroad Workers Memorial. Don't pass up a chance to...
First built in 1800, Inn on La Loma Plaza was recognized by Spain as the first fortified plaza in the "New World". This Spanish hacienda design features beautiful artwork, fountains and antiques that transport you back to another era. Taos features multiple museums that will help you explore the rich history and tradition of this area!
Come and explore the rich history of the area, which encompasses the three National Parks, Grand Canyon, Zion, and Capitol Reef as well has the Cedar City Historic Center and the Frontier Homestead Park. There's plenty to enjoy and discover! All nearby when you stay at Abbey Inn!
To get a further sense of history of the surrounding Texas Hill Country, consider venturing out to San Antonio’s historic Riverwalk and the world-famous Alamo, Sea World and Fiesta Texas Theme Park -- all are about an hour away. For more options nearby, there are caverns and great shopping in charming, historic towns like Fredericksburg and New...
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