Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park
Woodstock, VT

Marsh-Billings-RockefellerMarsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park is the only national park to focus on conservation history and the evolving nature of land stewardship in America. Opened in June 1998, Vermont's first national park preserves and interprets the historic Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller property. The Park is named for George Perkins Marsh, one of the nation's first global environmental thinkers, who grew up on the property, and for Frederick Billings, an early conservationist who established a progressive dairy farm and professionally managed forest on the former Marsh farm. Frederick Billings's granddaughter, Mary French Rockefeller, and her husband, conservationist Laurance S. Rockefeller, sustained Billings's mindful practices in forestry and farming on the property over the latter half of the 20th century. In 1983, they established the Billings Farm & Museum to continue the farm's working dairy and to interpret rural Vermont life and agricultural history.

New Hampshire Farm Museum
Milton, NH

New Hampshire Farm Museum

The New Hampshire Farm Museum consists of two adjoining farmsteads situated on 50 acres located on Plummer's Ridge in Milton, New Hampshire. The historic Jones Farm and the Plummer Homestead are listed on the National Register of Historic Places and were passed down in the same families for two centuries. The New Hampshire Farm Museum is a non-profit 501 c3 educational organization dedicated to preserving, promoting and carrying forward New Hampshire's rural and agricultural heritage. The Museum displays and maintains educational exhibits on rural life and agriculture for the visiting public and our many visiting school children. We offer guided tours of the historic Jones farmhouse as well as farm animal tours. Special events and programs, workshops, and day camps are offered throughout the year. We operate a working farm growing heirloom varieties of vegetables and keeping a small selection of heritage breed farm animals to support our educational efforts.

Patten Lumbermen's Museum
Milton, NH

Patten Lumbermen's Museum

Did you know that the forests of Northern Maine once supplied some of the best ship masts in the world and that Bangor was once the largest shipping port for lumber in the world? Massive white pine trees, the modern date state tree, were the wood of choice for the masts on many British and American ships, among others, and the vast northern Maine woods made the area one of the biggest suppliers of lumber for decades in the 1800's. More recently, paper mills, such as the former Great Northern Paper Company, and saw mills produce forest products including coated specialty papers and lumber, among many others, that continue to write the story of the history of logging in Maine.

The American Clock & Watch Museum
Bristol, CT

The American Clock & Watch MuseumStep back in time with a visit to the American Clock & Watch Museum, Inc. Located in Americaís great clockmaking city, Bristol, Connecticut, the museum and its research library are housed in the 1801 home of Miles Lewis, the historic Ebenezer Barnes wing and the modern Edward Ingraham wing. An authentic early American sundial garden complete with period herbs and flowers adds seasonal beauty to the museum's grounds."

As you travel through our unique gallery spaces, you will discover the finest American clocks and watches on display. The ticking, striking and chiming of the timepieces will be a treat to your eyes and ears. Of particular interest is our gateway exhibit, "Connecticut Clockmaking and the Industrial Revolution," which tells the story of a young manís dream and its impact on the clock industry and the American system of manufacture.

Museum of Science
Boston, MA

Museum of ScienceMake one remarkable discovery after another at the Museum of Science. Science and technology come to life as you experience: more than 700 interactive exhibits; thrilling films on New England's only IMAXģ Dome screen in the Mugar Omni Theater; a life-size T. rex, and Cliff, a rare Triceratops fossil; a tropical oasis of free-flying butterflies from around the world; indoor lightning bolts in the Theater of Electricity. For information, call 617-723-2500, 617-589-0417 (TTY) or visit

Linden Place
Bristol, RI

Linden PlaceLinden Place, the "crown jewel" of Bristol, Rhode Island's historic waterfront district. We invite you to come and explore this magnificent estate, Bristol's 'Great House', where generations of seafaring DeWolfs, Colts, and Barrymores entertained presidents and politicos.

Come visit the stately Federal style mansion built in 1810 and stroll the beautifully landscaped, statue- filled grounds where you'll see a 19th century gazebo, coach, and exquisite plantings. Come visit historic Linden Place or host your special event here!

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