Most People Don't Know These 14 Castles Are Hiding In Vermont
You don’t have to be in Europe to pass by magnificent and astonishing castles and mansions on your drive home. Right here in Vermont you can find these charming estates. It may just take a bit of exploring to find these hidden places in Vermont. Whether you’re a history buff or fairy-tale dreamer, you will most definitely love these sites.
Shall I visit all 14 on my next road trip through Vermont? I think I might! Which one is your favorite?
Interested in finding other hidden places in Vermont? If so, check out this article here of 11 awesome hidden spots in Vermont.
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What are historic buildings and landmarks I can visit in Vermont?
There are 18 historic landmarks home to Vermont, with many being well-known and visited in New England. From old covered bridges to historic homes of former presidents, Vermont has some pretty amazing landmarks. We recommend checking out the Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site in Plymouth and the Robert Frost Farm in Ripton. Experience Vermont in the olden days at these historic places. For more landmarks and historical sites, check out this article here of 18 historic landmarks you must visit in Vermont.
Can I visit any abandoned places in Vermont?
Yes. Depending on the abandoned attraction you visit, you might not be able to explore the inside and wander about. With other abandoned places, however, it won’t be safe for entering, but you will still be able to sneak a peek of these places from the outside. We recommend that you check out this article here which details a road trip that will lead you to some cool abandoned places in Vermont that you can explore. And remember before visiting abandoned places to make sure you are being safe and responsible. Time to start exploring!
What are the oldest attractions in Vermont?
Vermont has a long and proud history, and we also have some very old and charming attractions to show for it. Vermont is home to restaurants that were founded in the 18th century during the founding years of the republic, 19th-century townhouses, general stores, covered bridges, and old towns that have stood the test of time. For more information about specific attractions, take a look at this article of the eight oldest and most historic towns in Vermont. And if you are interested in dining at the oldest restaurant and tavern in all of Vermont, make a reservation at the Ye Olde Tavern, founded in 1790.