Ethan Allen Homestead Museum
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
A good place to visit and there are walking trails through the woods and along the river.
Ethan Allen was Vermont's most beloved, unconventional, historic hero, who helped establish the state.. Frontier life museum - arts, crafts etc.
For a fun and interactive look at one of Vermont's most famous residents, check out the Ethan Allen Homestead, where you get to tour his house and try on colonial costumes!
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