- Associated Press - Saturday, August 15, 2015

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - Vermont’s historic sites will be free to the public on Sunday in observance of the state’s Bennington Battle Day.

The annual Bennington Battle Living History Encampment also starts at the Bennington Battle Monument on Saturday. Costumed reenactors will be on-site all weekend. Authentic Revolutionary War cannons will be displayed and fired periodically.

The Old Constitution House in Windsor, the Senator Justin Smith Morrill State Historic Site in Strafford, the Eureka Schoolhouse in Springfield, the President Chester A. Arthur Historic Site in Fairfield, and the President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site in Plymouth Notch will also be open and free to the public on Sunday for the Bennington Battle Day Holiday.


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