America's Historic Towns and Oldest Places
Welcome to Historic Towns of America. We travel the country visiting some of the most historic towns in America as well as America's the oldest places. Did you know the United States of America is the 4th largest country in the world with land mass and the 3rd most populated? Compared to most countries, the United States is a relatively young nation. Officially established in 1776 America still has a deep, rich history of influential historic events. America has plenty to offer with many historic towns and diverse cities packed full of fascinating heritage, culture and old world charm. America is home to nearly 90 National Historic Sites, stemming from the Historic Sites Act of 1935. The are also over 2,600 National Historic Landmarks in the U.S. today. They come in many forms: historic buildings, sites, structures, objects, and districts. There are countless experiences available that can help you relive those events. Spooky, ghostly, friendly, quaint, charming, historic towns of America can be found from the east coast to the west coast in every state. We give you a first hand look at those amazing historic towns across America that are a must visit!! Hosts to ghost tours, historic monuments/statues, centuries old buildings, memorable museums, cuddly coffee shops, excellent eateries, cozy corners, snug streets and appealing atmospheres. Consider us your personal online guide to help you plan your unforgettable visit.