2020 Vermont Tourism Network Guide

– 48 – CENTRAL VERMONT ATTRACTION Vermont Marble Museum, Proctor Ten things you don’t want to miss at the Vermont Marble Museum! 1. America’s history in our Hall of Presidents. 2. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier exhibit. 3. The stories of stone workers from around the world. 4. Our Resident Marble Sculptor – then try it yourself! 5. Our airconditioned movie theater. 6. Imagine yourself deep inside a marble quarry and then walk to our local quarry. 7. Have your picture taken with your favorite President. 8. Meet “Raymond the Triceratops” in our Earth Alive Geology room. 9. Marble bathrooms? We’ve got them! 10. Take home a ‘treasure’ from our Museum Shop. Awarded 2018 Yankee Magazine Best of New England Bonus! You will travel across a marble bridge, past a marble Fire House and under a marble entrance on way to the Vermont Marble Museum – The World’s Largest Marble Exhibit. Dates of Operation: Open May mid October, 10 am to 5 pm, Daily. Group Policy: Group Rate is $4.50 for 10 or more, reservations requested, 48 hour cancellation policy. Contact: Vicky Young, The Vermont MarbleMuseum, 52Main Street, Proctor, Vermont 05765 8004271396 or 8024592750 • youngoak@comcast.net • info@vermontmarblemuseum.org www.vermontmarblemuseum.org  ATTRACTION Vermont State House, Montpelier The Vermont General Assembly welcomes your tour group and invites them to view one of our nation’s oldest and bestpreserved state capitols. After 150 years, the Vermont State House still commands the landscape of Montpelier, the smallest capital city in America. As your group tours the halls and chambers, we hope they will develop a sense of what makes this historic building, and the state for which it was built, so unique. Dates of Operation: Bus tour groups can be accommodated from June through October. Under the Dome Gifts, a gift shop featuring Vermont crafts and products, is open frommid June through October. Group Policy: A donation of $2.00 per visitor is suggested. Guided tours are provided with advance notification, or visitors can selfguide with an audio tour accessible by cell phone. For reservations, contact the SergeantatArms Office at 8028282228. Contact: Sergeant at Arms, Vermont State House 115 State St, Montpelier, VT 05602 • 8028282228 sgtatarms@leg.state.vt.us • statehouse.vermont.gov 

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