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  Justin Morrill State Historic Site 214 Justin Morrill Highway - Strafford 
Justin Morrill State Historic Site A National Historic Landmark and Gothic Revivalhhome of U.S. Congressman and Senator Justin Morrill; the man responsible for the acts establishing the Land Grant Colleges, fore-runner to many State Universities.
Open late-May through mid-Oct, Wednesday through Sunday 11 am to 5 pm
Contact Us (802) 828-3051 Fax (802) 828-3206 More Info

  Billings Farm & Museum 69 Old River Road - Woodstock 
Billings Farm & Museum Enter the gateway to Vermont’s rural heritage at this dairy farm and museum of Vermont’s rural past. See farm work firsthand, including the afternoon milking. Farm life exhibits, the 1890 Farmhouse and daily programs showcase this model farm, a Woodstock landmark since 1871.
Open May 1 – Oct. 31, 10 -5; Weekends Nov. – Feb.; Christmas & Feb. vacation weeks, 10 – 3:30.
Contact Us (802) 457-2355 Fax (802) 457-4663 More Info

  Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park 54 Elm Street - Woodstock 
Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park Vermont's first National Park interprets the history of conservation and the evolving nature of land stewardship with tours of the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller mansion and the surrounding 550 acre forest. 20 miles of carriage roads (no driving) and trails for hiking. Guided tours of mansion & gardens.
Contact Us (802) 457-3368 Fax (802) 457-3405 More Info

  Woodstock History Center 26 Elm Street - Woodstock 
Woodstock History Center The Woodstock Historical Society features the 1807 Dana House Museum, a research library, and a photo/document archive. In addition, the Historical Society sponsors a monthly lecture series, architectural tours, history camps, and other special events.
The Dana House Museum will be open Friday-Sunday., 12 to 4, and other days by appointment. The research library and administrative office are open year round.
Contact Us (802) 457-1822 Fax (802) 457-1822 More Info

  The Green Mountain Perkins Academy and Historical Association Academy Circle, Route 106 - South Woodstock 
The Green Mountain Perkins Academy and Historical Association Preserved as an historic example of mid-19th century education, the Green Mountain Perkins Academy reflects the life and times of a school and community more than 100 years ago. The GMPA building serves as a repository for material related to the Academy and to 19th-century community activities.
July and August on Saturday afternoons from 2:00-5:00 p.m.; other times by request.
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  President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site Route 100A - Plymouth Notch 
President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site The birthplace of the 30th President of the United States; born on July 4. Homes remain as they were at the beginning of the century. Fine perennial gardens. National Historic Landmark Plymouth cheese Factory located here, open and making cheese regularly for the public to view.
Open 9:30 AM to 5 pm daily, late May through mid October.
Contact Us (802) 672-3773 Fax (802) 672-3337 More Info

  Hall Art Foundation 551 VT Rt 106 - Reading 
Hall Art Foundation Presenting exhibitions of postwar and contemporary art. This year, solo shows of work by Peter Saul and Keith Sonnier are on view. 9 May – 29 November 2015, open weekends and Wednesdays appointment. 551 VT Route 106, Reading, VT 05062. www.hallartfoundation.org
9 May – 29 November 2015 | open weekends and Wednesdays by appointment
Contact Us 802-952-1056 More Info

  Old Windsor Constitution House 16 North Main Street - Windsor 
Old Windsor Constitution House This restored tavern is where, in 1777, Vermont was born. The Constitution was the first to prohibit slavery, not requiring property ownership to vote, and to establish public schools. An exhibit examines the Revolutionary War Period, the writing of Vermont’s Constitution and its signifigance today.
Open late-May-mid-October, Wed.-Sun. 11 AM to 5:30 PM.
Contact Us (802) 672-3773 Fax (802) 672-3777 More Info

  Plymouth Artisan Cheese 106 Messer Hill Rd - Plymouth 
M-F 11-4 (Winter hours)
Contact Us 802 672-3650 Fax 802-672-1016 More Info

  Calvin Coolidge Memorial Foundation 3780 Rt. 100A - Plymouth Notch 
Please visit the church where Calvin Coolidge and his family worshiped. Town Meetings and church services have been held in this historic building since 1840.
Year 'round, 9 AM to 4 PM, Monday through Friday
Contact Us (802) 672-3389 Fax (802) 672-3369

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