The Tenement Museum in New York tells the tales of 1860s–1980s immigrants and migrants.
The Spy Museum in Washington, D.C. has the biggest public collection of worldwide espionage artifacts.
The National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, D.C., has one of the biggest collections of Western Hemisphere Native American artifacts, pictures, documents, and more.
The Mississippi Civil Rights Museum in Jackson offers eight rooms of interactive exhibits about persecuted black Mississippians and their quest for equality from 1945 to 1976.
The National WWII Museum, New Orleans' top attraction, explores why World War II took place, how the Allies triumphed,
and what that victory means today via exhibits, human testimonies, and multimedia experiences in five galleries.
The Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix displays over 8,000 instruments from 200 nations. Each work shows how music is a global language that can't be denied.
Cartersville's Booth Western Art Museum has the nation's biggest permanent Western American art exhibit. Paintings, sculptures, photography, and more depict Western life.
The Bishop Museum in Honolulu showcases 25 million historical, social, and natural relics from Hawaii.
The Holocaust Memorial Museum of the United States, located in Washington, D.C., recounts the Holocaust, which killed six million European Jews plus at least five million other prisoners of war.
Visitors may read about the victims and survivors, as well as law enforcement's attempts to discover and apprehend the bombers and gather the evidence needed to convict them.