Living History Museum

The LHA Musuem on Hogback Mountain in Marlboro, Vermont

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.

Molly Stark Trail Exhibit WWII Gallery

Last updated 5/15/08.

For more information please contact the Living History Association, PO Box 1389,
Wilmington, VT 05363, or call (802) 368-7913

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