Revolutionary and Civil War Tours

Daily May thru November, 9:30-Noon

This region’s Green Mountain Boys and Ethan Allen had significant impact on the victories at Fort Ticonderoga and the Battle of Bennington. Also, Vermont has strong ties to the Lincoln family and sent – and lost – proportionately more soldiers to the Civil War than any other state.


• Over 25 points of interest including many on the National Register of Historic Places; learn the significance of these locations:


• Places where Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys lived, camped, met (and drank), traveled and planned their victories


• Civil War-related points of interest including where Lincoln’s descendants lived and were buried, where Mary Todd Lincoln stayed, underground railroad sites and more


• Regional sites and historic districts


• The route includes covered bridges



Treat yourself to a morning of history, fun and adventure! Our rate is still just $35 pp.

For more information and reservations, email or call 802-362-4997.
Tours may be cancelled due to extreme weather conditions. Tours need a minimum of 2 passengers to proceed.

“As its license plates remind both residents and visitors, the state of Illinois proudly claims the motto “Land of Lincoln.” However, had 

 this selection been left to the Lincolns themselves -- the final three generations, that is -- the honor might have gone to Vermont

 instead.” The New York Times, July 28, 2002