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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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Woodstock History Center

Woodstock History Center
Contact person
Matthew Powers (+)

(802) 457-1822
(802) 457-1822
[email protected]

Discover the Story of Woodstock

General info


The History Center, located in the heart of the village and historic district, celebrates the evolution of Woodstock over the past two hundred and fifty years.Visitors may tour the museum flush with fascinating local artifacts and view several new exhibitions each year. In addition to its museum, the History Center has an extensive library where researchers are welcome to view historical and genealogical information, photographs and other ephemera.

For those who prefer the outdoors, the History Center has perennial gardens and a beautiful back lawn with a view of Woodstock Village's only covered bridge.