Plymouth Vermont is a town in Windsor County, located in the "Eastern Vermont Gateway" region of the state, just off scenic Route 100 which spans the entire length of the State of Vermont.
The 30th President of the United States, Calvin Coolidge, was born and buried in Plymouth, Vermont. The Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site, located in the village of Plymouth Notch, is considered one of the best preserved Presidential sites in the nation. The State of Vermont, Division for Historic Preservation owns and maintains the Coolidge Homestead and the village of Plymouth Notch.
Step back in time and enjoy the traditions of the season in one of Vermont’s most scenic villages. Visit the Coolidge Birthplace, decorated as it would have been in 1872 when Calvin was born. Winter exhibits at the Museum & Education Center, Aldrich House, Plymouth Cheese Factory, and 1924 Summer White House office. Sleigh rides, old-time music, craft demonstrations, lunch at the Wilder House Restaurant, special cancellation at the historic Plymouth post office, and children’s holiday activities.