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Virtual Vermonter - The Old Stone House Museum

The Old Stone House was originally built in the 1830's by the Reverend Alexander Twilight as a dormitory for what was the county's first secondary school. The site is now composed of five historic buildings on 55 acres of Vermont farmland, and visitors will enjoy a number of exhibits and the collections of the Orleans County Historical Society (ex. books, maps, furnishings, decorative arts, tools, photographs, etc.). The grounds are also available to stroll, with the highlight being the views from the observation tower on Prospect Hill.

The Museum and grounds are open during the following times:

May 15-June 30, Friday through Tuesday, 11-5
July and August, daily, 11-5
September 1-October 15, Friday through Tuesday, 11-5

Admission is $5/adults, $4/children under 12. Check out their Website for a schedule of events, history of the museum and a kids page. The Old Stone House Museum is located in Brownington and can be reached at 802-754-2022

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