This museum holds a thought provoking exhibit on a Vermonter's role in supporting the underground railway and the context of human slavery in the 1800s until the end of the Civil War
One can also visit the homestead that served as a shelter for those escaping slavery.
The homestead contains a home and other buildings related to the workings of a farm
The setting is lovely
We were very disappointed that we could not visit the home but we should have checked the museum's website beforehand. It clearly spells out the specific days house tours are given
It is unfortunate but according to the person from whom we purchased our tickets, the museum lacks financial resources to give tours every day
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