Vermont Hotel Reservations
Bennington Battle Monument
Built in 1889, the Bennington Battle Monument is the tallest man-made structure in the state. Located near Bennington, the monument memorializes the successful defeat of two British army units during the Battle of Bennington, in the Revolutionary War. In 1777, 1,400 men were led by U.S. General John Stark, Colonel Warner and Colonel Herrick, in the victorious battle.
Visit the 306 foot tall monument and enjoy an elevator ride up to the 200 foot observation deck. Bring your camera to capture magnificent views of Vermont, Massachusetts and New York. Take your time admiring the views. While there, stroll the grounds to see the kettle taken from British General Burgoyne's camp and learn more about the battle and how the monument was built. Rest comfortably while traveling through Vermont.
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