Surrounded by the 18,511 acres of the Coolidge
State Forest, the President Calvin Coolidge State Historic
Site commemorates the birthplace and childhood home of the
30th United States President, Calvin Coolidge. It is also
where Coolidge was sworn in by his father upon the death of
President Warren Harding. The town of Plymouth Notch contains
many buildings that have remained virtually unchanged over
the past century, including a cheese factory, church, general
store and more. The site includes a visitor's center and,
a short walk away, the cemetery where Calvin Coolidge is buried.
The site is open from late-May to late-October
on a daily basis, 9:30-5. The price of admission is $6.50/adults,
while children 14 and under get in for free. Special group
rates are also available. The President Calvin Coolidge State
Historic Site can be reached at 802-672-3773.