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Park-McCullough House

The Park-McCullough House is a 35-room Victorian house that was originally built in 1865 for Bennington lawyer Trenor Park and his wife Laura. Today, this French Second Style building is open to the public. Visitors will get to see the nearly-unchanged furnishings and décor, and the grounds and outbuildings house a collection of horse-drawn carriages, sleighs, buggies and fire-fighting equipment. The house hosts a variety of events every year including a croquet league (see their Website for a calendar).

The Park-McCullough House is located in North Bennington on the corner of Park and West Streets. It is open seven days a week, mid-May to mid-October, 10-4, and guided tours are available on the hour, 10-3. Admission is $8/adults, $7/seniors and free for aged twelve and under. Groups are welcome, and a special rate of $5/person applies for groups of ten or more. The House can be reached at 802-442-5441.

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