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1171 Main Street
St. Johnsbury, VT, 05819
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Vermont Attraction Passes 2019

Patrons of the St. Johnsbury Athenaeum can check out three-day attraction passes at the main floor circulation desk. These passes are on a first come, first served availability. These passes are not eligible to be placed on hold.

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Patrons of the St. Johnsbury Athenaeum can check out three-day attraction passes at the main floor circulation desk. These passes are on a first come, first served availability. These passes are not eligible to be placed on hold.

Vermont State Parks

The State Parks and Outdoor Recreation Division provides outdoor recreation facilities, primarily through Vermont’s very popular state parks. The Division manages 55 developed state parks each offering high-quality opportunities for outdoor recreation compatible with the conservation of Vermont’s natural resources and aesthetics. Vermont State Parks provides environmental education and information and supports the economies and values of local communities. Additionally, state parks promote, operate, and maintain a large and complex system of conserved lands, as well as both historic and modern facilities that are enjoyed by over half a million visitors every year. Free entry into State Parks day areas, up to 8 people per vehicle.

Go to the link provided to see a listing of parks and guides:
https://vtstateparks.com/publications.html#aboutUsDropdown

 Vermont Historic Sites

The small state of Vermont boasts a rich and rewarding historical heritage. Today, that history is well preserved in an exceptional collection of state historic sites spanning the length of the state.  Ranging from prehistoric encampments, to pivotal Revolutionary War sites, to the homesteads of U.S. Presidents, Vermont’s historic sites chronicle the development of a state, its people, and the nation around it. Free admission for up to 8 people in one vehicle.

Go to the link provided to see the directory of historic sites: https://historicsites.vermont.gov/directory

 ECHO Leahy Center for Lake Champlain

ECHO currently welcomes more than 167,000 visitors annually into a 34,500-square foot, award-winning LEED-certified facility. Through more than 100 interactive exhibits; 70 species of fish, reptiles, and amphibians; major changing exhibits; a 2,500-square foot early learning interactive space; ECHO encourages visitors to view the natural environment as part of their neighborhood and to explore, learn about, and consider opportunities for stewardship. Discount admission: $7.00 per person, valid up to 4 guests.

Go to the link provided to learn more:
https://www.echovermont.org/plan-your-visit/hours-admission/

 Vermont History Museum

Learn about Vermont’s exciting past in the museum and heritage exhibits. Visit the Vermont History Museum located in Montpelier or the Vermont History Center in Barre. Complimentary admission with the pass.

For more information, go to https://vermonthistory.org/