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Ethan Allen Homestead, Burlington

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History Museum · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
The Ethan Allen Homestead is a historic house museum at 1 Ethan Allen Homestead in Burlington, Vermont. It was built about 1787 by Ethan Allen, and is the only surviving residence of his in the state. It is open to the public annually from May to October. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.
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  • About 22 of us collected to attend an informal winters walk focusing on trees and animal tracks. The site was and is always extraordinary in any time of the year, in any weather condition- It's a...  more »
  • On a recent trip to Quebec we dropped into Burlington for the day. We decided to stop by the Ethan Allen house to add to our enjoyment of a beautiful fall day. The small museum is open to the...  more »
  • The Homestead is beautiful, the historic areas well maintained and the history of the Homestead and its sites are clearly explained by the docents. You may also catch some of the living historians (reenactors) dressed in period garb demonstrating their skills. Last but not least, every single person met was knowledgeable, welcoming and friendly.
  • I only used a small section for a quick dirt trail jog by the museum. Nice flat ground views. Looks great for bicycles with lots of paved trails too

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