The Chester A. Arthur State Historic Site is
a rather minor one compared to that dedicated to the memory
of Calvin Coolidge, but it is still a significant footnote
in Vermont history.
This two-room cabin (plus a loft) is a 1953
recreation of the second house Arthur lived in as a child,
and includes a granite monument. A short distance away, visitors
can also stop in to see the Old Brick Church (circa 1840),
where Arthur's father preached.
This site, located off Route 36 in Fairfield,
is open late-May to mid-October, Wednesday through Sunday,
11-5. You can reach them at 802-828-3051.