- Samuel Clemens Birthplace--In the Mark Twain State Park in Florida, Missouri. The house is preserved in a stone and glass building and a museum has memorabilia.
- Hannibal, Missouri--The boyhood home of Samuel Clemens and a mecca for Mark Twain lovers. This is the setting for Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn. Attractions include the boyhood home itself, the Mark Twain Cave where Tom and Becky were supposedly lost, and various shows, monuments and museums. Check with the local chamber of commerce for information.
- Elmira, New York--The home of Mark Twain's wife and a place where the author commonly spent his summers, in southwestern New York. Twain is buried here. Visit the grave site and monument at the north end of Walnut Street. The monument was erected by his daughter Clara. Also, at Elmira College there is the Mark Twain study, built in an octagonal shape like a Mississippi river boat. The study was built for Twain by his sister-in law, Susan Langdon.
- Hartford, Connecticut--The home of Mark Twain in the late 1800s is preserved as a memorial to the author. Located at 351 Farmington Avenue, the house has a 19-room Gothic design with a porch and interior stairway built to resemble a Mississippi River steamboat.