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Virtual Vermonter - DAR John Strong Mansion Museum

The John Strong Mansion was build in the mid-1790's by General John Strong and his wife to replace a cabin that was burnt to the ground by Indian and Tory troops operating under General John Burgoyne. In 1934, the Vermont State Society Daughters of the American Revolution bought the mansion to create a museum, which now features period rooms/furnishings and herb/perennial gardens. The Museum also sits in the midst of a 95-acre state park located on Lake Champlain.

The DAR John Strong Mansion Museum is open Memorial Day through Labor Day, Saturday and Sunday, 10-5. Admission is $3/adults, $2/seniors and $1/students (or $5 for a family). Tours are available, and groups are welcome (special rates apply). The Museum is located in West Addison, and can be reached at 802-759-2309 or 802-862-3835.


To find out more about the West Addison area, including lodging, dining, other attractions and more, stop by The Virtual Vermonter - Addison.

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