Southern Vermont Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Southern Vermont - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Bennington Battle Monument

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This 306-foot stone obelisk—with an elevator to the top—commemorates General John Stark's victory over the British, who attempted...

Bennington College

  • Educational Institution

Contemporary stone sculpture and white-frame neo-Colonial dorms surrounded by acres of cornfields punctuate the green meadows of the...

Bennington Museum

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The rich collections at this museum include military artifacts, early tools, dolls, and the Bennington Flag, one of the oldest of the...

Old Bennington

  • Historic District/Site

West of downtown, this National Register Historic District is well endowed with stately Colonial and Victorian mansions. The famous Catamount...

Park-McCullough House

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The architecturally significant Park-McCullough House is a 35-room classic French Empire–style mansion, built in 1865 and furnished...

Robert Frost Stone House Museum

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It was to the town of Shaftsbury that poet Robert Frost came in 1920 "to plant a new Garden of Eden with a thousand apple trees of some...

The Old First Church

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In the graveyard of this church, the tombstone of the poet Robert Frost proclaims, "I had a lover's quarrel with the world." ...

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