- Colonial Williamsburg
Living history museum that offers colonial education programs and resources for students, teachers, and history enthusiasts.
- Old Sturbridge Village
Large historic museum recreating the daily work activities and community celebrations of a rural 19th-century town via living history fashion.
- Jamestown Settlement & Yorktown Victory Center
Exhibits and outdoor living history exploring America's first permanent English settlement and the drama of the American Revolution.
- Ozark Folk Center
Preserving the region's culture, music, and crafts. Offers activities for people of all ages.
- Living History Farms
Open air museum in Iowa, dedicated to faithfully restoring the era of the midwestern pioneer.
- Historic Latta Plantation
Carolina backcountry living history site, ca. 1800-1840.
- Museum Village
Living history museum for families, teachers, and students, with artifacts, barnyard animals, and exhibits.
- Frontier Culture Museum
Discover 17th, 18th and 19th century American and European heritage with a visit to a unique international living history museum.
- Historic Richmond Town
Historic village and museum complex devoted to life on Staten Island.
- Historic Cold Spring Village
A living history museum portraying the lifestyles, trades, crafts and architecture of an 1800s rural New Jersey community.
- Landis Valley Museum
Outdoor living history museum includes farmsteads, craft buildings, and more.
- George Ranch Historical Park
Living history park features Texas ranching and cowboys from 1830 to 1930 with costumed re-enactors, cattle, and horses.
- Old City Park: The Historical Village of Dallas
Exhibits include historic structures dating from 1840 to 1910, a working farm, Victorian homes, and more.
- Stuhr Museum of the Prairie pioneer
Living history museum that features pioneer artifacts.
- Amherst Museum
Recreating 19th century life on the Niagara Frontier.
- Riley's Farm
Working Southern California apple orchard offering living history programs and re-enactments of scenes from the American Revolution, Civil War, and the Old West.
- Battlefield House Museum
Living history museum and site of the historic Battle of Stoney Creek on June 6, 1813.
- Boot Hill Museum and Front Street
Relives the old west with gunfights to dancing girls.