Fodor and Garmin say the address is 54 Elm Street, which is a private residence. We finally stumbled on the admission desk, which is hidden in a farm museum visitor's center. No sign outside at all. We wasted so much time looking for this National Historic Park that we had no time to enter .I mentioned our frustrating problems to... 更多
Across the road from Billings farm, the tour of the house is well worth it. And the stories of how three successive families fought to reforest and save the land are heartwarming. Wish all rich families were as charitable and concerned with protecting the environment as were the Billings and the Rockefellers. The house is surrounded by a large forest... 更多
Very interesting history here. I love how the mansion is kept completely in tact, the way Mary Rockefeller intended to leave it after her death. Beautiful architecture mixed with family photos on display. This is a lovely place and a very interesting tour.
The guided tour was very informative. The house is beautiful, as well as the grounds. I learned a lot and enjoyed every minute of the tour.
An incredible piece of Vermont and Regional history handled by the National Park Service. A must for those who love history, environmental preservation and the beauty of nature.
A beautiful park where you can tour the mansion & gardens. The mansion tour goes every hour on the hour until 4:00 but you can tour the gardens when you want at your own leisure. You need to buy a ticket to tour the mansion but the gardens are free. It was a beautiful stroll around the property.
This historical landmark is a gorgeous piece of property to explore. You can tour the house, the gardens, and the grounds. I suggest doing all of that it is kept so pristine by the park rangers and staff. Another wonderful thing that you can do is go past the house and into the trails. There is a 5 mile hike... 更多