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Virtual Vermonter - Hyde Log Cabin

Hyde 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 chance to visit Hyde Log Cabin, and have uploaded a virtual tour if you'd like to check it out (warning: this is a bit graphics intensive, but we think worth it).

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.


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

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