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Nice small museum. Schedules different activities or speakers throughout the year including an annual event with activities for the whole family including free rides in antique cars and an antique show every September. There is a small research library with a pleasant and helpful employee.
The museum is small but it contains a lot of antique organizational in different scenery (mostly shops). It's very interesting to see and help to understand the life in that area 100 years ago. There was also a special art exhibition when we were here.
Lebanon is a hub of Revolutionary War history. The wartime governor (and the only colonial governor to support the revolution) lived here and his home is also a museum operated by the DAR. A war office and other museums are here as well.
For a small town, this is an excellent museum. It's focus is on Lebanon's role as the Governor's office during the Revolutionary war. The museum is on the Town Green, where there are historical re-enactments, including Rochambeau's march. Across the Green is Governor Trumbull's War...More
Great for a quick visit. Check their website ofr their hands on activity events. Add a walk around the green and a picnic lunch for a fun slow paced day. A good starting point for Revolutionary War history. A follow up visit to Boston for...More