Florence Cilley General Store
Plymouth is a town in Central Vermont. Calvin Coolidge, the 30th President of the United States, was born, raised, and buried here. The historic district designated as "Plymouth Notch" is virtually unchanged since the early 20th century. Most of the buildings were carefully preserved following Coolidge's ascent to Presidency and many still have their original furnishing.
The Wilder Horse Barn
- The Wilder Horse Barn. A faithful reconstruction of the original 1875 structure, this barn now features a collection of agriculture equipment and horse drawn vehicles from the turn of the 20th century.
- The Calvin Coolidge Visitor Center, ☎ +1 802 672-3773. 9:30AM-5PM. Features a museum, gift shop, and introduction to Calvin Coolidge's career. $7.50 (for all of Plymouth Notch).
- The Coolidge Homestead. The President's boyhood home and the site of his impromptu inauguration upon Warren Harding's death.
- The Calvin Coolidge Birthplace (attached to the General Store). Birthplace home of the 30th President restored to its 1872 appearance with original furnishings.
- Florence Cilley General Store. A historic, yet functioning, general store built in the 1850s. Specializes in old candies and sodas, such as Moxy, and general antiques.
- The Plymouth Cheese Factory. A functioning cheese factory with preserved historic character from the 1890's, built in part by Calvin Coolidge's father.