How to Find National Historic Sites Near You
Whether you’re laying new utility lines, planning out commercial real estate, or building a new solar facility, identifying cultural and historic resources is an important factor in site selection and environmental due diligence.
- Use the NPS list here: The National Park Services maintains an up-to-date list of national historic landmarks by state which you can access here.
- Use Transect to explore a map of the National Register of Historic Places: Generate an in-depth evaluation of national land with just a few clicks. Or, explore potential new sites with Transect Vision to quickly find and map National Register of Historic Places sites near you. Learn more here.
- Use the Interactive Map on Wikipedia: Wikipedia allows you to view the National National Register of Historic Places by state here.
- Use the searchable table on the National Register of Historic Places: Or, download an up-to-date spreadsheet of listings by county. View the table on their website here.
- Use Transect's site-specific desktop search for known, confidential SHPO site records on your project, provided by one of our experienced Cultural Resources Management partners.
Use Transect Vision to Find Cultural Sites
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Identifying cultural and historic sites has never been easier. Transect’s environmental mapping software lets you easily explore and learn more about cultural and historic resources near your site.
But environmental due diligence goes beyond cultural site identification. Transect Vision also provides you with a multi-layer map of species of concern, protected areas, floodplains, regulation locations, infrastructure, and much more to consider.
Transect’s software will map the cultural and historic sites on your project and populate a list of known regulations, required permits, and approximate permit timelines for your site, taking the guesswork out of your project planning.