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Park-McCullough Historic Governor's Mansion
North Bennington, Vermont
Park-McCullough is one of New England’s finest, most significant, and best-preserved Victorian Mansions. It is an important example of a country house in the Second Empire Style and incorporates architectural features of the Romantic Revival style that was popular at the time. Yet, to a great extent, the Estate retains the integrity and impact of its original design. Built in 1864-65 by attorney and entrepreneur Trenor Park, the “Big House” as it was fondly referred to, was designed by Henry Dudley, a prolific New York architect of the famous firm Diaper and Dudley.
Nestled in the heart of the picturesque Shenandoah Valley in Harrisonburg, Virginia, the Museum promotes a unique blend of art and cultural heritage. With three floors of gallery space the museum celebrates the beauty of quilts through exhibitions that change at least three times a year. Historical, modern, art, and traditional quilts are featured simultaneously,
Virginia Quilt Museum
Step into the color, excitement and thrills of life under the Big Top at Circus World. Located at the original home of the Ringling Bros. Circus in Baraboo, this National Historic Landmark site examines the innovations, excitement and wonder of the American circus.
Through your self-guided tour of the grounds, you’ll explore seven
Wisconsin Historical Society | Circus World
allowing visitors the opportunity to explore the variety of styles, techniques, themes, and artistry found in quilts.
massive buildings that bring to life the fascinating heritage of the more than 100 circuses that made their home in Wisconsin. You’ll experience the legendary lives and profound pageantry that fueled America’s most popular form of entertainment through engaging exhibits for all ages.