cow logo Vermont logo advertising vermont

Home | Find VT Events | Shop Vermont | PhotoBlog | Search | Real Estate | Advertise With Us


What To Do In Vermont

-Antiquing
-Biking
-Camping
-Fishing
-Golfing
-Hiking & Backpacking
-Hot Air Ballooning
-Kayaking & Canoeing


Where To Go in Vermont

-The Arts
-Wineries & Breweries
-Farms
-Historic Sites
-Museums
-Nature
-Other Points of Interest


Sleep & Eat in Vermont
-Lodging
-Restaurants
-Maple Recipes

Vermont Winter Fun

Alpine Skiing
Nordic Skiing
Sleigh Rides
Snowmobiling
Snowshoeing
Winter Carnivals


Other Vermont Resources
-Businesses
-Education
-Events
-Local Government
-Media
-Statewide Resources
-Trivia Challenge
-VT Almanac
-VT Auctions on eBay
-VT Foliage Guide
-VT History

Hyde Log Cabin

Hyde Log CabinHyde Log Cabin was originally constructed in 1783, and today is considered to be the oldest log cabin remaining in the United States. The one-room cabin, moved and restored in 1956 (with more restoration done in 1985), now houses a number of period memorabilia, including maps, furnishings, agricultural and household implements, etc.

The Hyde Log Cabin is located off Route 2 just north of Grand Isle. It is open July to Labor Day, Wednesday through Sunday, 11-5. Admission is $1, with children 14 and under free. Hyde Log Cabin can be reached at 802-828-3051.

We recently had the opportunity to visit Hyde Log Cabin and have uploaded a number of pictures of that visit here.

Note: We recently had a visitor tell us that NJ claims the oldest log cabin with their Nothnagle Log Cabin in Gibbstown. You can visit it online here.


Find a Vermont Town or select a region from the following:

-Southern Vermont
-South-Central Vermont
-North-Central Vermont
-S. Champlain Valley
-N. Champlain Valley
-Grand Isle County
-Northeast Kingdom

 

Script error: local_79906.xml does not exist. Please create a blank file named local_79906.xml.