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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.
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.
Echo Lake Inn was built in 1840 as a Victorian summer hotel. This Vermont inn has been visited by President Calvin Coolidge, Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, and many other figures in American history. Come experience this charming destination and feel like you've stepped back in time!
Discover the rich history of the The Inn at Montpelier on your vacation! Constructed in 1807-08, the first house that would later become the inn is one of the oldest frame houses in Montpelier. Its Greek Revival-style main brick building was built in 1828. Today, the inn is part of Montpelier's national historic district.
Vermont Top List Picks
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