There was a lot of info in here but not a ton hands on for kids, so plan accordingly. They did have a whole room dedicated to horses in Vermont........ One fact I learned is that in the 1850's Vermont was down to 15% of...更多
You will learn a lot about Vermont in a very enjoyable matter, something for everyone in the family. When I went the first time, my husband, a Montpelier native, didn't want to go.
Well then I had to wait on him before he would leave....更多
This is a very accessible way to understand Vermont's history. My whole family enjoyed it. It has exhibits geared toward children, but is also sophisticated enough for adults to enjoy. You can go through the whole thing in about 90 minutes, but could spend a...更多
The Pavillion Building looks like a survivor from the 19th Century, but is actually a comparatively modern structure designed to look otherwise. Once venturing inside from the spacious front porch, a cabinet of curiosities awaits....
We were just passing through Montpellier and didn't know this museum would be so interesting. We were disappointed that the State House was closed on Saturday, but this was the next most interesting site for us. We learned a lot and could have spent much...更多