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Rokeby Museum opens for the season. The museum’s main exhibition, Free & Safe: The Underground Railroad in Vermont, as well as trails and historic buildings will be open to the public. Tours of the historic house will be at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Admission $8-$10....

Join a reception for the Vermonters at Work exhibit in the Vermont History Museum's Local History Gallery. On exhibit now through July 29, the Vermonters at Work exhibition tells the story of the inventiveness and energy that Vermonters have always put into their daily work life. The...

For over 30 years, the Middletown Springs Historical Society has offered this popular, family-friendly community event. The 2024 Maple Festival will feature a maple sugaring demonstration, maple vendors, exhibits and talks on the history of maple sugaring, music, and of course, home-made lunch selections and...

Meander through the center of just about any small Vermont town and you'll likely come across a town hall. Not every Vermont town hall is the go-to place on Town Meeting Day—the first Tuesday in March—but many are gathering places for democracy in action that...

Join Paul Searls, historian, professor and author as he shares how Vermont’s development unfolded beginning in the late 1890s with the competing efforts of state officials to promote and conserve the state’s natural beauty while also attracting business and industry. Today, the consequences of these historic...