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Virtual Vermonter - Vermont Marble Exhibit

The Vermont Marble Exhibit in Proctor is the world's largest such exhibit, and visitors to it will be rewarded with a number of fun and educational things to see and do. Some of the special sections of the exhibit include the Hall of Presidents, Marbles of the World, exhibits on the history of quarrying and geological history and much more. A gift shop also offers a variety of marble items for the home, office, kitchen, etc. Visitors to the Exhibit's Website will find examples of many of the items the gift shop carries, as well as a virtual tour.

The Vermont Marble Exhibit is open seven days a week, mid-May through the end of October, 9-5:30. Normal admittance rates are $6/adults, $4/seniors and $3/teens. Those who wish to pre-order their tickets can realize a significant discount by calling 1-800-427-1396. Tour bus rates are also available. The Exhibit can be reached by calling 1-802-459-2300.

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