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I've been to and through Bennington before and, amazingly, never stopped over at the monument before. Nice quiet spot, took in the history and road up the structure for a great view of the village and surrounding countryside. Well worth a visit!
We had the good luck to see a visiting war of independence fife and drums contingent on display at the monument. It has a good visitors information centre and the views from the top of the monument are terrific. A must do for anyone with...More
Well worth making the drive from Brattleboro, along the Molly Stark Trail. It was impressive to see the monument appear between the beautiful colours of the trees on the drive up to it. Well worth paying to go up the monument - think it was...More
This was an unexpected pleasant experience while passing through this little town. I would recommend this stop for anyone. Be sure to take the time to go up in the elevator and really experience this amazing monument. Beautiful view.
Unfortunately, it was closed to go up in the monument...off season. We looked through the window of the gift shop (just to see what kinds of things they had) and there was a lady working inside. She never looked up. :-( It is a beautiful...More
We took the elevator up the 306 ft tall Bennington Battle Monument, Vermont's tallest structure. Nice views from up top. On the ground floor, we read about the history of the construction of the monument and the battle for which it is commemorated. When paying...More
This is an amazing monument to the revolutionary war. The view from the top covers three states! Elevator takes you up, no longer allowed to use the stairs, we asked. Guide was very knowledgeable and since returning home have enjoyed doing more research on this...More
We stopped here while we were in the area. The grounds are small but there is much to learn about the Battle of Bennington. The views from the monument are really nice. The gift shop is small but has a nice selection of history and...More