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Historical - Resorts and Lodges in Vermont
Vermont offers plenty of attractions for the history buffs. Scope out the golden-domed Vermont State House in Montpelier or enjoy the Old World atmosphere of Manchester Center, a mountain town that showcases Robert Todd Lincoln’s 412-acre summer estate. Come experience natural history at the Appalachian Mountains, which were likely created during the Taconic Orogeny, when the North American plate collided with the African plate approximately 550 to 440 million years ago.
Since 1769, The Inns at Equinox has served as one of the country's most historically significant resorts. "Serving the Republic since before there was a Republic," the hotel was a meeting place for the fathers of the American Revolution, hosted American presidents (including Taft, Grant, Harrison and Teddy Roosevelt), and has served as a favorite...
The 18th and 19th century-era architecture of Rabbit Hill Inn possesses the ability to transport guests back to a simpler time, making for a less hurried, more relaxing retreat. Enjoy a fine dining experience by candlelight, traditional elegance, with today's modern pampering services and truly genuine hospitality.
The town of Weston is brimming with history. Take in any one of the several museums located in the town. Enjoy the Farrar-Mansure Museum, an eighteenth century preserved home, or take in the Wilder Memorial Library or the Mill Museum which is a resorted West River powered waterwheel! While enjoying your stay, make sure to learn a little bit about...
Vermont Top List Picks
Featuring snow-crowned mountains, shimmering streams, and lush woodlands, Stowe is an outdoor enthusiast's oasis. Famous for its ski slopes, this New England town offers runs for skiers and boarders... more
Creating memories is near the top of the list when it comes to planning a family vacation, and there is no better place to create lasting memories than in the Green Mountains of Vermont. Vermont is... more