Hyde Log Cabin

Description

The Hyde Log Cabin is one of the oldest surviving log cabins in the United States. It was built in 1783 by Jedediah Hyde, Jr., and contains one 20 by 25-foot room. Since it became a Vermont historic site in the 1950s, the cabin serves as a museum, information center, and a meeting space. The museum is open to visitors during summer months through early fall.

Address

228 US Route 2
Vermont, United States of America 05458

Lat/Long

44.72633700, -73.29246500
Visit Website
(802) 828-3051

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