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Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site

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Also known as the Plymouth Notch Historic District 

3780 Route 100A
Plymouth, VT 05056


Plymouth Notch, Vermont, is the birthplace and boyhood home of Calvin Coolidge, the 30th President of the United States.  The Village is virtually unchanged since the early 20th century.  The homes of Calvin Coolidge's family and neighbors, the community church, cheese factory, one room schoolhouse, and general store have been carefully preserved, and many of the buildings have their original furnishings. The Calvin Coolidge museum and education center was built by the State of Vermont for the centennial of President Coolidge’s birth in 1972. The building's architectural style is similar to early stone structures found in the region. In 2010 a major addition was constructed to the Center and features meeting rooms, a classroom, expanded exhibits, gift shop, and restrooms. The introductory exhibit examines Calvin Coolidge's career and changing displays feature various aspects of the Coolidge presidency and his era.  The Calvin Coolidge Memorial Foundation’s office and research library are also in the building.

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