These two museums in Richmond, Indiana, both have a mummy among their permanent collections.
Opened in 1929, this museum in Dearborn, Michigan, offers 523,000 square feet of artifacts and exhibits that tell a story of American ingenuity.
Once the home of the Grand Ole Opry, this downtown Nashville landmark still hosts live performances and offers tours.
The collection of oddities at this home museum in Cameron, West Virginia, includes a number of haunted objects from paranormal investigations.
This Gothic mansion turned museum and cultural landmark in Toronto offers tours, dining and seasonal events.
Covering conflicts from the Civil War to the war on terrorism, this museum in the small town of Portland, Indiana, showcases stories of service and sacrifice.
Listen to tunes, see wardrobe and guitars from the greats and commune with the all-time greats in Cleveland, Ohio.
This Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania museum explores the pop artist’s legacy through famous works, lesser known pieces and personal artifacts.
This historic site as well as the nearby Antietam Battlefield are two reasons Civil War buffs head to Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.