This Hotel In Vermont That Was Once A Stop On The Underground Railroad
Calling all history buffs! You can always count on finding something in the Green Mountain State with a rich past, so you’ll also want to check out these 18 historical landmarks. The Kedron Valley Inn in South Woodstock is one of those magical places that is loaded with history, and it was even used as a stop on the underground railroad in VT. Let’s take look into the past at this wonderfully fascinating inn.
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Take a step back in time at this hotel that was once part of the underground railroad in VT. The Kedron Valley Inn is open year round check out their website here and their Facebook page here for more information. You can also take an in-depth look at Vermont’s role in the Underground Railroad at the nearby Rokeby Museum. Click here for more information.