Whitney House Inn | Local Attractions
Norman Rockwell Exhibition - Display of Norman Rockwell’s artistry, featuring work he did while living in Arlington from 1939 to 1953. There are Saturday Evening Post covers, illustrations, prints, and gift shop in the former 19th-century church. In mid-May there is an annual reunion of the townspeople who posed as Rockwell’s models.
Hildene, The Lincoln Family Home - The summer home of Robert Todd Lincoln, the only surviving son of Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln.
Park McCullough House - A thirty-five room Victorian mansion completed in 1865 featuring a complete collection of furniture, clothing, decorative arts, and fine arts.
Robert Frost Stone House Museum - Residence of the American poet from 1920 to 1929.
Southern Vermont Arts Center - A nonprofit art center for visual and performing arts exhibiting classic and contemporary art in a National Historic Trust Mansion.
The American Museum of Fly Fishing - Established in 1968, the museum preserves and exhibits the treasures and history of American angling.
The Dorset Playhouse - Providing quality theater productions since 1927.
Weston Playhouse - Exciting live theatre in Vermont’s oldest professional theater.
Battenkill Canoe - Canoe and walking adventures along the scenic Battenkill River.