History Buff's Tour

  thru November, 9:30-Noon

Enjoy our history tour of the area that also includes beautiful scenery,

200-year-old historic district homes and spectacular views with over 35

points of interest.

Specific spots include a covered bridge, a majestic 250-year-old hotel, places on 

the route of Ethan Allen who captured Fort Ticonderoga for America's First

Victory, internment sites of President Lincoln's descendants, Battle of Bennington

related sites, a Norman Rockwell exhibit in Arlington (his former town), the 

the oldest courthouse in Vermont, Orvis family homes and more.

All of these points of interest will be seen with a narrative given by best-selling

author and award-winning TV history show host, Dick Smith.

The route includes a covered bridge and Maple Sugar House, with an opportunity 

to purchase maple syrup and other VT-made products.

Enjoy a morning of history, beauty, fun and adventure!   $45 pp.

Tour limited to 8-9 passengers. A minimum of 2 passengers is needed to proceed.

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

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

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