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Museums & Historic Sites

A joy-ride on Woodstock's back roads make it a pleasure to travel in a quieter less-congested part of the world.  The Calvin Coolidge Memorial Homestead, Old Consitution House and Justin Morrill Historic Homesite are all short drives the Village. The Woodstock Area Chamber of Commerce offers you a few tours that connect you to Vermont's creative economy, Artisan cheesemakers, furniture makers and craftsmen show off the best of what the Woodstock Area has to offer.  

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Billings Farm & Museum

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Phone: (802) 457-2355 Fax: (802) 457-4663
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 l » More Info

President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site

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Phone: (802) 672-3773 Fax: (802) 672-3337
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. » More Info

Old Windsor Constitution House

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Phone: (802) 672-3773 Fax: (802) 672-3777
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' » More Info

Justin Morrill State Historic Site

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Phone: (802) 828-3051 Fax: (802) 828-3206
Vermont's First National Historic Landmark » More Info

Calvin Coolidge Memorial Foundation

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Phone: (802) 672-3389 Fax: (802) 672-3369
Books and memorabilia related to Calvin Coolidge. Notecards of the church and the town are available through the website the general store the visitor's center and the Coolidge Memorial Foundation Office » More Info

Hall Art Foundation

Exhibitions of postwar and contemporary art. On view this year: "Hope and Hazard: A Comedy of Eros" curated by Eric Fischl; "Ready. Fire! Aim." curated by DJ Hellerman; and David Shrigley. 6 May - 26 Nov. 2017. Weekends and Wednesdays appointment. » More Info

Norman Williams Public Library

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Phone: (802) 457-2295 Fax: (802) 457-5181
This privately incorporated library built in 1883 on the Green in Woodstock offers complete library services including internet and cards for people visiting the area. Sunday afternoons the Friends of the Library often put on public events. Stop in for a » More Info

Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park

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Phone: (802) 457-3368 Fax: (802) 457-3405
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. » More Info

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. » More Info

Montshire Museum of Science

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Phone: 802-649-2200 Fax: 802-649-3637
The Montshire Museum of Science is a hands-on museum located in Norwich, Vermont, with more than 140 exhibits relating to the natural and physical sciences, ecology, and technology. » More Info

Plymouth Artisan Cheese

Phone: 802 672-3650 Fax: 802-672-1016
The Plymouth Cheese Factory is the second oldest cheesemaking operation in the U.S. opened by President Calvin Coolidge's father in 1890. We still make the traditional granular-curd cheeses by hand in small batches. We are open year-round for tours and » More Info

Woodstock History Center

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Phone: (802) 457-1822 Fax: (802) 457-1822
Exhibits Lectures Workshops Outreach Publications Education » More Info