President Calvin Coolidge Site
President Calvin Coolidge Site
Plymouth Notch, Vermont is the birthplace and boyhood home of Calvin Coolidge, the 30th President of the United States. The Village is virtually unchanged since the early 20th century.
Mount Independence
Mount Independence
Mount Independence, a National Historic Landmark, is one of the largest and most well preserved Revolutionary War archaeological sites in America.
Chimney Point
Chimney Point
Chimney Point on Lake Champlain in Vermont is one of the earliest, most intensely settled, and most strategic sites in the Champlain Valley, with human habitation dating back as far as 9,000 years ago.
Bennington Battle Monument
Bennington Battle Monument
The tallest structure in Vermont commemorates the Battle of Bennington, a battle that lead to the turning point in the Revolutionary War.

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The Vermont Division for Historic Preservation’s State-Owned Historic Sites Program encourages the discovery and appreciation of our rich heritage through the stewardship and interpretation of historic sites that evoke an authentic sense of time and place. One way that the state-owned historic sites fulfill this mission is through an active exhibition program. Most of the sites have permanent exhibitions that interpret their unique history, as well as regularly changing displays that focus on specialized subjects.

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Tracy Martin, Historic Sites Section Chief
802-828-3051

Division for Historic Preservation
One National Life Drive

Deane C. Davis Building, 6th Floor
Montpelier, VT 05620-0501