Take a tour through Vt's State House and step back in time. Original gaslights (now connected to electricity), furniture, stained glass....wonderful tiles on the floor that have fossils embedded from Isle La Motte's Chazy Fossil Reef (480 million years ago--plate tectonics pushed it over from Zimbabwe, Africa, to what was then a shallow tropical sea and today a landlocked Vt--and the delight in seeing where Vt's legislation is hashed out and voted on. Vt's well-known frugality, and pride in their history, is evident throughout--come and see for yourself. You can take a guided tour (30 mins), use a wand for an audio tour and/or use your smartphone and go through at your own pace, or pick up a site guide if you're in a hurry and just want to see the House and Senate chambers, with their decorative Corinthian columns. Ethan Allen statute is located outside on the portico of the state house.
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