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Virtual Vermonter - The Norman Rockwell Exhibit

From 1939-1953, Norman Rockwell lived and painted in the Vermont town of Arlington. That period is memorialized by the Norman Rockwell Exhibit, a collection of exhibits, displays and a gift shop located in an old Catholic church on Historic 7A. One of the most interesting aspects of the Exhibit lies in its choice of employees: several of Rockwell's original models are on hand at the Exhibit to answer questions and sign autographs.

The Norman Rockwell Exhibit is open daily, 9-5 (May through October) and 10-4 during the winter. The price of admission is $2 for adults, children under 12 free. You can reach the Exhibit by phone at 802-375-6423 (they had a Website, but it was recently hijacked by the evil-doing porno people... if it comes back, please let us know). :-)

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