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Vermont History Museum
History is alive and well in Northern Vermont. The Vermont History Museum, located in Montpelier, proudly displays the state's cultural history through its exhibits and displays. In 2004, the permanent display, Freedom and Unity: One Ideal, Many Stories, was the recipient of a national award.
Stroll through this 5,000 square foot exhibit to learn about the history of Vermont dating back to 1600. Take your time to view the three themes: What is wise use of the land?, Who are the Vermonters? and How do we foster a democratic society?
The museum, located next to the Vermont State House, is managed by the Vermont Historical Society. The society has been collecting information, materials, documents and artifacts, preserving the history of Vermont, since 1838. While in Northern Vermont, enjoy a short and scenic drive to Waterbury.
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