Established in 1995 at an old ski area, the Living History Museum was located at Hogback Mountain on Route 9 in Marlboro, Vermont. It housed a collection of historical artifacts which range from the American Revolution through World War II. Reenactments from all time periods, as well as a number of educational programs, were held at this site.
On November 1, 2000, the museum was closed while the LHA is looking for a new home. Check this page often for updated information on our search.
Last updated 5/15/08.
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