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Addison ((May 25-Oct. 13).)
Chimney Point State Historic Site
"19th century, tavern room; exhibit on Native American & early French" "settlement of Champlain Valley. We.-Su., 9:30-5 pm. Adm. Info.:" 759-2412.
Basin Harbor
(an official attraction of the Vermont Attractions Association)
"Come see why Lake Champlain is perhaps the most historic body of water in North America. Historical exhibits, maritime collections, nautical archaeology, a working forge and boatbuilding on a beautiful lakeside location. Climb aboard the Revolutionary War gunboat replica PHILADELPHIA II. From 22A at Vergennes to Basin Harbor, VT. (802) 475-2022. Open daily May to mid-October"
Bennington ((Apr. 13-Oct. 31).)
Bennington Battle Monument
"306' stone monolith with elevator & observation point. Daily, 9-5 pm." Adm. Info.: 447-0550.
Brownington ((May 15-Oct. 15).)
Old Stone House Museum
"Orleans County Historical Society. Daily Jul.-Aug.; Fr.-Tu., May" 15-Jun. 30 & Sep. 1-Oct. 15; 11-5 pm. Adm. Info.: 754-2022.
(an official attraction of the Vermont Attractions Association)
"The historic Church Street Marketplace, in the heart of downtown Burlington. Over 130 speciality shops, services, restaurants & outdoor vendors. Each year events & festivals make it a non-stop, fun filled attraction. Minutes away from Burlington's waterfront, lodging and the international airport. Winner of the 1997 Great American Main Street Award presented by the National Main Street Center. 135 Church Street., Suite 4, Burlington, VT 05401. (802) 863-1648"
(an official attraction of the Vermont Attractions Association)
"Vermont began with Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys. Tour Allen's restored 1787 farmhouse. The orientation center features a multi-media show, exhibits, and a gift shop. Discover Vermont's colorful founder and life on the northern frontier. Off Rte. 127 in Burlington. Open May 17 thru Oct. 17. Call for hours. (802) 865-4556."
Fairfield ((May 25-Oct. 13).)
President Chester A. Arthur Historic Site
"Reconstructed home of 21st President; historical exhibit, 1830 brick" "church, picnic area, new interpretive exhibit. We.-Su., 11-5 pm." Adm. Info.: 828-3226.
Grand Isle ((Jul. 1-Sep. 1).)
Hyde Log Cabin
"Considered oldest log cabin in U.S. We.-Su., 11-5 pm. Adm." Info.: 828-3226.
Hubbardton ((May 25-Oct. 13).)
Hubbardton Battlefield & Museum
"Site of Revolutionary War battle, July 7, 1777. Reception Ctr. with" "new interpretive exhibit. We.-Su., 11-5 pm. Adm. Info.: 759-2412."
(an official attraction of the Vermont Attractions Association)
"Former site of 1930's CCC Camp. See how Americans lived and struggled through the breadlines of the Great Depression to the frontlines of World War II. Over twenty-five indoor/outdoor exhibits. Rides on WWII military vehicles: Saturdays 10-3, Open May-Oct. Rte 2, Middlesex, VT 05602. Exit 9 off I-89, (802)223-5537"
VT Statehouse.
"Mo.-Fr., 8-4 pm, closed holidays; tours (Jul.-mid Oct.), Mo.-Fr.," "10-3:30 pm; Sa., 11-2:30 pm. Info.: 828-2228."
(an official attraction of the Vermont Attractions Association)
"A statewide system of museums and historic sites highlight Vermont's rich heritage - from prehistoric times to present day. Revolutionary War sites, presidential birthplaces, early taverns, a pioneer log cabin, a stately Gothic home, and underwater shipwrecks are set amidst VT's natural splendors. All are unique, and all present VT at its best. Contact: VT Historic Preservation, Nat. Life Bldg., Montpelier, VT 05602-0501. (802)828-3051."
Orwell ((May 25-Oct. 13).)
Mount Independence
Revolutionary War fortification. New Interpretation Center opening July "27 with exhibits & historic Revolutional War artifacts. We.-Su., 9:30-5 pm;" historic hiking & walking trails. Free. Info.: 759-2412.
Plymouth ((May 25-Oct. 21).)
Birthplace of President Calvin Coolidge
"Birthplace, boyhood home, site of swearing in as President & burial site" of 30th U.S. President. Restored village & historic Aldrich House open weekdays "during the off season. Daily, 9:30-5:30 pm. Adm., children free." Info.: 672-3773.
Saint Johnsbury
(an official attraction of the Vermont Attractions Association)
"Discover an historic treasure filled with over 165,000 mounted animals, tools, toys, dolls, dinosaurs, and exhibits from Vermont and around the world. A great family adventure. Museum open daily, all year. Planetarium open weekends, daily in summer. Museum Gift Shop. Admission. Main St., St. Johnsbury, VT (802)748-2372"
(an official attraction of the Vermont Attractions Association)
"Nationally celebrated collections of American folk art, artifacts and architecture. 37 buildings. 45 acres. 80,000 objects. Steamboat Ticonderoga, a National Historic Landmark. Private rail car. Steam engine. Covered bridge. Museum Stores. Cafe. Free Parking. Admission. Open every day, 10-5, late-May to mid-October. Limited winter schedule. Store open year-round. Route 7, Shelburne, VT. (802) 985-3346."
South Woodstock ((Jul.-Aug.).)
Green Mt. Perkins Academy & Historical Assoc.
"Rte. 106. Sa., 2-5 pm. Free. Info.: 457-1141."
Springfield ((May 25-Oct. 13).)
Eureka School House
"Oldest one-room schoolhouse in VT, built 1790. We.-Su., 10-4 pm. Adm." Info.: 672-3773.
Strafford ((May 25-Oct. 13).)
Justin Smith Morrill Homestead
Home of Father of Acts establishing Land Grant Colleges. 17-room Gothic Revival House & 7 agricultural bldgs.; educational exhibits in the "Carriage Barn & Ice House; handicap accessible. We.-Su., 11-5 pm." Adm. Info.: 828-3226.
(an official attraction of the Vermont Attractions Association)
"World famous "Home of the Morgan" breeding farm. This beautiful property of rolling green pastures and woodland is a national historic site, and an actual working farm for 60+ morgans. Morgans for sale, Apprenticeship program. Guided stable tours, video presentation daily from May 1-October 31. Open 9-4. Admission. Under 12 free. Follow signs from Middlebury (2 1/2 miles to Weybridge), R.D. 1, Middlebury, VT 05753. (802) 388-2011. "

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