Attractions in Windsor

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(an official attraction of the Vermont Attractions Association)
Watch our internationally renowned handblown glass being created --start to finish-- from a special catwalk viewing gallery above the workspace floor. 33,200 square foot facility on the Connecticut River includes retail shop, handicap access, easy parking. Free admission. Exit 9 off I-91, Route 5 south one mile. Windsor. Open daily 9am-5pm. Info: (802) 674-6280. (P-6)

VT State Craft Center at Windsor House.
Retail sales gallery of the work of 200 juried craftspeople, gourmet foods & fine books. A small crafts museum is on site with changing exhibits, featuring antique & present craft items. Mo.-Th., 10-5 pm; Fr.-Sa., 9-6 pm; Su., 11-5 pm. Info.: 674-6729.

Simon Pearce Glass.
Watch glassblowing from special catwalk viewing gallery in new custom-designed glass manufacturing facility overlooking the Connecticut River. Retail shop, handicap access, large parking lot. Daily, 9-5 pm. Info.: 674-6280.

Windsor ((May 25-Oct. 13).)
Old Constitution House
Tavern where first constitution of the 'free and independent State of VT' was written. Museum of New England antiquities. Exhibit on Republic of VT & VT's Constitution. We.-Su., 10-4 pm. Adm. Info.: 672-3773.

Historical Guided Tours.
Oldest Tracker Organ in NE. St. Paul's Epis. Church. Call for appt. Info.: 674-6576.

Windsor ((Memorial Day-Nov. 1).)
American Precision Museum
Collection of hand & machine tools and many of their products; located in the original 1846 Robbins & Lawrence Armory, a National Historic Landmark bldg.; Maxfield Parrish exhibit. Daily, 9-5 pm; holidays & wknds., 10-4 pm. Adm. Info.: 674-5781.
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