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Lake Champlain Maritime Museum

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Lake Champlain's military history is very interesting. But the best part about our visit to this fun museum was the glass shop, where people can make glass items themselves.
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Even though this is a small out of the way museum, I enjoy my visit thoroughly. The drive out is also very nice and I enjoyed the scenery. There is a nice visitor center where you can pick up a map/self-guided tour and enjoy a movie. There is a neat Saw Mill restaurant nearby,
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We enjoyed reading the history, seeing the exhibits, and walking out on the dock; the scenery is, indeed, gorgeous in October. If you're in the area, it's well worth an hour or so; but I wouldn't drive too far out of my way to get to this museum.
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while it may be out in the boonies it is certainly worth the little effort it might take to find this museum. Whenever there is something water-related or boat-related I try and make the effort to find it. This museum is actually pretty interesting in that it covers various
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Like many museums in the USA, this one is overpriced ($14). The museum itself has some very good displays. The highlight is a replica from the Revolutionary War (a gunboat, the Philadelphia II) and a guide explained details of the battle and the boat in excellent detail. The
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