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A rare example of a colonial architecture made of stones and timbers, the Robert Frost Stone House was lies only minutes away from Frost?s gravesite in Bennington. The house was opened to the public in honor to America?s favorite poet. The house was Robert Frost?s home from 1920 to 1929 where he composed many of the pieces that became part of New Hampshire which later on gave him his first Pulitzer Prize winning Volume which included ?Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening.?

Since the house was made in 1769 it has still remained in an excellent condition and was already considered a historic landmark before Robert Frost?s time. On its 7 acre land sits the house and includes some of Frost?s original apple trees, birch trees, stone and stone walls.

The Robert Frost Stone House Museum offers exhibits that everyone can have something to learn from. Visitors will be able to see and learn about the historic trees on the property, apple and red pines that are being prepared to make crafted items for our shop. The Museum is ideal for student tours and field trips and it will never fail in giving everyone an educational and yet fun experience
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