Visit These Landmarks On A Vermont Family Vacation

A landmark you could see on a Vermont Family Vacation.If you haven’t been to the Upper Valley in the New England region, you owe it to yourself to visit it on your next Vermont family vacation. Not just for the gorgeous natural scenery but several national and regional landmarks scattered throughout the area. The easiest way to explore these Upper Valley landmarks and other attractions is to book directly at The Norwich Inn. Here are some of the most interesting Upper Valley landmarks you must see on your next Vermont family vacation.

Soldiers Memorial Building

In Lebanon, NH, you can visit The Soldiers Memorial Building. Construction on the building was completed in 1890 by Civil War veterans. It acted as a free public library until it was moved to its current location, where the first floor was turned into a war museum. Today it’s a memorial to area veterans of all wars.

Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller Mansion

The Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller Mansion was built in 1805, and in 1967, the mansion was designated as a National Historic Landmark. It’s a lovely home, and you should see it on a guided tour.

Baker-Berry Library

This is the main library on the Dartmouth College campus. The library opened in 1928, and in 2002 a new complex was constructed and added to the facility. Today the library holds over 2 million volumes in its collections. 

Explore These Fascinating Landmarks

You will learn something about the Upper Valley and appreciate the unique nature that can only be found here when you stay at The Norwich Inn on your next Vermont family vacation. Read more about The Norwich Inn in our travel guide. We’ve been in New England for a while. The Norwich Inn’s history dates to 1797, located near Dartmouth College. When you stay with us, we guarantee you will have plenty of things to do and see. Call us today at 802-649-1143 to learn more about our Inn (or check availability online).