List of Vermont State Historic Sites

This is a list of official Vermont State Historic Sites in the U.S. state of Vermont.

  • Bennington Battle Monument State Historic Site | Obelisk commemorating the Battle of Bennington
  • Chester A. Arthur State Historic Site | President Chester A. Arthur birthplace
  • Chimney Point State Historic Site | Exhibits interpreting over 7,500 years of human habitation by three cultures; Native American, French colonial, and Early American
  • President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site | President Calvin Coolidge birthplace and homestead
  • Eureka Schoolhouse State Historic Site | c. 1790 early Vermont one room school house
  • Hyde Log Cabin State Historic Site | Jedediah Hyde, Jr.'s 1783 log cabin
  • Senator Justin Morrill State Historic Site | Justin Smith Morrill homestead
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  • Old Constitution House State Historic Site | Site of Vermont Constitution's convention

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