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President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site, Plymouth

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  • We were late to the House of president to visit Coolridge, so we are but to the grave. The cemetery is located on a hill and the Coolridge's are buried next to each other. You have to take some of the history of America know because this president is unknown in Europe. It was nice to see how the graves maintained.
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  • The preserved town of Plymouth Notch is a national treasure. The museum is small, but the main event is the different houses, barns, and other buildings that were an integral part of Coolidge’s life. ...  more »
  • Watch the hours of operations! Something's close even after you pay admission as your walking around. Was informative of the time, the outside barn with historical machinery and church where favorite....  more »
  • A beautiful and well kept historical site of our 30th president's homestead. The site is remarkably preserved and full of relaxing views and interesting discoveries about Coolidge and his family. The modern information center contains a wealth of Coolidge artifacts and interactive displays for learning about his presidency. High-quality in every respect, this historical village is well worth a visit.
  • Great nostalgia. Well informed tour guides who teach a lot about a relatively unknown president.
  • It's a quaint little village almost solely dedicated to President Coolidge. If you're a fan of his, then lots to see. We weren't but were still suitably impressed by the fall colors and pleasant countryside.
  • It's interesting you learn a lot there and they gave away free samples of cheese
  • Interesting place. Learned a little about Coolidge. Got to see the room were he was sworn in.