Art, History, Theatre


“For the Love of Vermont”

For anyone with feelings for the Green Mountain State, there is now “For the Love of Vermont,” a major exhibition of paintings from the Lyman Orton Collection on view in two places: the Bennington Museum in Bennington (54 paintings), and the Southern Vermont Arts Center in Manchester (180 paintings).

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A historic panel showing the Putnam Block as it looked in 1927 in downtown Bennington

Time Traveling in Downtown Bennington

Twenty historical panels were recently installed on lampposts by the Bennington Museum in an effort to enable townspeople and visitors to experience downtown in four dimensions: the fourth one being time. Now is the perfect time to explore history with the ‘Across the Street’ photo exhibit.

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A snowy scene featuring the Burt Henry Covered Bridge in North Bennington, Vermont

Covered Bridges of Bennington County

Did you know that November is National Historic Bridge Awareness month? Bennington County is fortunate enough to have five historic covered bridges, and they can all be explored in an afternoon.

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