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Historic Houses in Vermont

Judd-Harris House

Marble merchant Eben Judd and his son-in-law Lebbeus Harris built the three-story brick Federal house in 1829. It houses boarder Henry Sheldon's eclectic museum collection.

Robert Frost Stone House Museum

America's favorite poet, Robert Frost's 1769 colonial architecture home was made of native stone and timbers. Read about exhibits, and lecture series.

Rokeby Museum

Museum offers a look into two centuries of Vermont family life and agriculture. Four generations of the Robinson family lived here. They were authors, artists, Quakers, farmers, and abolitionists.

Wilson Castle

19th century masterpiece built in the Green Mountains. Created on a 115 acre estate and was home to five generations of the Wilson family.

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