The Adams Museum, Deadwood SD This is oldest history museum in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Pioneer businessman W.E. Adams built the museum in 1930 as a memorial to his family and to honor the early pioneers that settled the Black Hills.
The Alamo San Antonio TX. The history of the Alamo and biographical sketches of the main players
The Black American West Museum and Heritage Center This Museum in Denver, Colorado began as the personal hobby of Paul Stewart, who, as a child playing cowboys and Indians, always had to be the Indian because, "There was no such thing as a Black cowboy." This site will "tell it like it was!"
Buffalo Bill's Grave & Museum Born in 1846, William F. Cody experienced the Old West to its fullest. He herded cattle, worked on a wagon train, mined for gold, rode in the Pony Express, and scouted for the Army. His skill as a buffalo hunter gained him the nickname "Buffalo Bill."
Fort Caspar, Wyoming The first permanent occupation at the Fort Caspar site was in 1859, when Louis Guinard built a bridge and a trading post. Guinard's post was also an overnight stage stop, Pony Express mail stop,and a telegraph office.
Cheyenne Mountain Heritage Cneter Colorado Springs, CO: In ancient times, Ute and Cheyenne tribes rendezvoused in this area; and during the 1850s, miners scoured the stream beds, dreaming of gilded luck.
The Foster Farm Museum Philip Foster was one of Oregon's earliest settlers, arriving with his family by ship via Cape Horn and the Sandwich Islands in 1843. Today, you can still see the Foster homestead much as it was a century ago.
Frazier Farmstead Museum The Frazier Farm home was built in 1892, and is now operated and maintained as a restored house and farm museum by the Milton-Freewater Area Historical Society.
Fort Huachuca Museum The fascinating history of the U. S. Army in the Southwest, as well as the history of the Southwest itself, unfolds at the museum.
Kit Carson Historic Museums Kit Carson Historic Museums' extensive collections include five historic properties, artifacts associated with the individual sites' histories and families, general historic artifacts, and photographic, text and archival research materials.
Living History Farms At this 600-acre open-air museum, visitors travel at their own pace through five historical time periods spanning 300 years.
Museum of the Fur Trade Located on picturesque Bordeaux Creek near the old Fort Pierre-Fort Laramie Trail. The site of the trading house of James Bordeaux (period 1833-1876) is located on the museum grounds.
Museums in Kansas A listing of Museums and other Historical Points of Interest in Kansas by geographical area, with maps too
Museums of the Midwest Museums listed include those in: Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, and Wisconsin
Museum of the Mountain Man The Museum of the Mountain Man in Pinedale, Wyoming stands as a monument to the people and commerce that opened the west.
The Museum of New Mexico The principal custodian of New Mexico's vast and diverse resources. From the time of its founding on February 19, 1909, at the Palace of the Governors by the New Mexico territorial government, the Museum of New Mexico has grown into a large family of institutions.
Museum of the West A regional, western history museum, dedicated to preserving the integrity of the American West, in particular, the Powder River-Bozeman Trail Region.
Museum of Western Colorado Located in Grand Junction, Colorado. It preserves, investigates, and displays materials relating to the natural, social and cultural history of western Colorado all the way from the continental divide west to the Utah border.
The Old West Museum Gives residents and visitors to Wyoming an opportunity to discover and experience our heritage through exhibits, educational programs and research opportunities.
The Old West Museum in Cheyenne, WY. This museum features one of the largest horse drawn vehicle collections in the country and an impressive array of Western art.
Panhandle Plains Museum "The Largest Museum in Texas." Located in Canyon, Texas, this museum is all it's advertised to be! I was impressed with all the exhibits: settlement of Texas, farming in the Panhandle, transportation, oil rigging, a pioneer town, inside the building, and much, much more!
Scott's Bluff National Monument The monument museum contains exhibits about the human and natural history of the area and also holds a unique collection of watercolor paintings by the frontier photographer and artist William Henry Jackson.
Umatilla County Historical Society Museum In the spacious high-ceiling exhibit area visitors can view artifacts commemorating the Oregon Trail which passed through the county, a collection of beautiful, intricate Indian beadwork, and other changing displays.