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(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."

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."

VT Historical Society.
"Museum: Tu.-Fr., 9-4:30 pm; Sa., 9-4 pm; Su., Noon-4 pm." "Library: Tu.-Fr., 9-4:30 pm; Sa., 9-4 pm. Offices: Mo.-Fr., 8-4:30" pm. Info.: 828-2291.

VT Clay Studio & galleries/performances.
"24 Main St. galleries/performances & retail shop of pottery of selected VT professionals; monthly rotating exhibits. Daily, 10-6 pm; Sa. 10-4 pm. Info.: 223-4220."

TW Wood galleries/performances & Arts Ctr.
"College Hall, Vermont College. Contemporary exhibitions; permanent" collection of 19th century painter Thomas Waterman Wood & 1920-30s "American artists. Tu.-Su., Noon-4 pm. Info.: 828-8743."

Montpelier ((early May-late Oct.).)
Capitol City Farmers' Market
"Courthouse. Sa., 9-1 pm. Info.: 479-9701."
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