Visit This Fascinating Peninsula In Vermont For An Adventure Into The Past

Vermont has no shortage of historic sites – after all, we’ve been a state since 1791. One place in Vermont that has particular significance as a historic site is Chimney Point State Historic Site. The small peninsula in Addison has important history from three different cultures: Native American, French, and colonial American.

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Interestingly, Chimney Point is home to yearly atlatl competitions. Atlatl is a Native American spear used in spear-throwing competitions. The museum regularly hosts workshops on atlatl construction and flint making.

The site is so beautiful and has so much history to it! Have you visited Chimney Point? Tell us about your experiences in the comments!

For more information, check out the Vermont States Historic Site website.

Address: Chimney Point, Addison, VT 05491, USA