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Historic Homes and Sites in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom

As you travel through the Northeast Kingdom, you are sure to notice that plenty of the buildings all around you were built – often – hundreds of years ago. The region is rich with history, and buffs will be happy to know that much of its past has been well-preserved. Visit Dog Mountain, the home of late artist Stephen Huneck, or the Old Stone House Museum, a preserved piece of 18th century life.
Old Stone House Museum - Brownington, VT
Old Stone House Museum

109 Old Stone House Road Brownington, VT, 05860 Phone: 802-754-2022

The Old Stone House, built as a school dormitory in 1834-36, now houses 25 rooms of exhibits focusing on 19th century life in northern Vermont. The collection includes furniture, textiles, photographs, pottery, folk and fine art, and many of the tools and utensils of daily life.
Hours: Open mid-May thru mid-October, Wednesday-Sunday 11am - 4pm. Closed Monday & Tuesday.
Admission: Adults $10, Seniors & Students with ID $8, Ages 5-17 $5, Under 5 Free.
Dog Mountain in St. Johnsbury, VT, with VisitNewEngland.com
Dog Mountain

143 Parks Road Saint Johnsbury, VT Phone: 800-449-2580

Dog Mountain is on 150 acres on a private mountaintop spot in St. Johnsbury. The grounds are always open to people and their dogs. Stephen Huneck and his wife, Gwen, bought the property in 1995 and turned the barn into and art studio. The Dog Chapel soon followed, in 2000. The unspoiled haven is covered with hiking trails and dog ponds. Wildflowers abound in the summer and snow-shoeing is a favorite activity in the winter. On Dog Mountain, dogs are free to run, play, swim, and meet other dogs.
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