The birthplace of the United States, it's where the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were signed.
A turning point in the Civil War, this site commemorates the soldiers who fought in the Battle of Gettysburg.
The plantation home of George Washington, offering insights into the life of the first U.S. president.
A mission turned fortress, it's famous for the pivotal battle during the Texas Revolution.
A symbol of freedom and democracy, this iconic statue was a gift from France to the U.S.
The home of Thomas Jefferson, it reflects his genius as an architect and thinker.
This site includes Dr. King's childhood home and the Ebenezer Baptist Church, where he and his father preached.
Commemorating the events of December 7, 1941, it honors the lives lost during the surprise military strike.
A living-history museum, it offers a dive into the daily life of a colonial city before the American Revolution.
Home to ancient Puebloan cliff dwellings, it provides a window into the lives of the Native American cultures of the Southwest.