Relive Vermont History At President Chester A. Arthur State Historic Site In Vermont

For being a small state, Vermont has quite the historical record. Home to two U.S. Presidents, Calvin Coolidge and Chester A. Arthur, and having declared itself a republic in 1777, Vermont has no shortage of interesting historic twists and turns, and luckily, some of these important landmarks and buildings have been preserved in our small and green state. The childhood home of the 21st President of the United States, Chester A. Arthur, in Fairfield is now a Historic Site in Vermont that provides visitors a window into the past to relive Vermont history.

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Visiting historic places in Vermont is a great way to see the state and learn about the fascinating timeline of the Green Mountain State.

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Address: 4588 Chester A Arthur Rd, Fairfield, VT 05455, USA