Vermont historic sites opening for the summer season
MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) — Seven historic sites owned by the state of Vermont are now open for the season.
The sites include more than 80 historic structures and hundreds of acres of forest and farmland that opened on Saturday.
Vermont State Historic Preservation Officer Laura Trieschmann says the historic sites across the state include prehistoric camps, Revolutionary War sites, and the homes of U.S. Presidents. She says they all shed light on the history of Vermont.
Among the sites that opened include the President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site in Plymouth Notch, the Old Constitution House in Windsor and the Hubbardton Battlefield in Hubbardton.
More than 70 public events and programs are scheduled this season at Vermont’s State Historic Sites .