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Mount Tom

Mount Tom is a peak that towers over the quaint landscape of Woodstock within the beautiful environs of the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park. Standing at a height of 1,357 feet (413.61 meters), Mount Tom is a splendid destination for outdoor enthusiasts and hikers. Its dense, lush environs feature a network of hiking, running and Nordic skiing trails that are perfect for all seasons. When in town, embark on an adventure with a visit to the peak. Traverse the meandering trails and explore the verdant environs as you soak in the beauty of the charming national park.

Billings Farm & Museum

The Billings Farm & Museum is a dairy farm that deals with livestock and dairy products, and a museum that tells of the city's past. The farm house is an 1890 construction that has been well preserved. The farm is said to be one of the best in the country, and allows for visitors to experience what it's like to work on a farm. They can milk the cows, work at the calf nursery, feed the animals, work and the butter production and more. The museum has a number of interesting exhibits that take you through the history of the city and the farm. The also conduct regular film screenings. Apart from the regular exhibits, the farm and the museum also have school programs for children to come and interact with the animals as well as learn about the history of the farm.

Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park

The Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park offers visitors an opportunity to commune with nature in its pristine surroundings. Sprawling across 550 acres, this park was constructed by the Marsh family in 1805. Wooded paths meander under majestic trees while hillocks and valleys weave an undulating landscape. Guided tours of Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller Mansion reveal the artistic adornments of the manor. When in town, explore the region's Great Outdoors with a visit to this park. Traverse the picturesque trails, enjoy cross-country skiing in winter, explore the lush green forest, and embrace serenity like never before.

The Old Mill Museum

The Old Mill Museum preserves the site of an old sawmill that dates back to the year 1900. The site was once home to one of the first buildings to be constructed in the town in the 18th Century. In 1936, the structure was converted to a grist mill. After falling into disuse over the years, the mill now functions as an interesting piece of history. Here, visitors can observe its functioning as they witness the old turbines, gears, and pulleys.

Emerald Lake State Park

Head down to the Emerald Lake State Park with family and friends to enjoy a reinvigorating day amid scenic surrounds. Encompassing its namesake lake, which glistens with emerald hues, the park offers numerous recreation options for all ages. Take the kids swimming and boating, or watch them frolic on the lakeshore as you soak in the sun. If you're an avid hiker or biker, you can follow the trails meandering through the park and observe its natural features. More leisurely activities to enjoy include fishing and picnicking. Camping is yet another popular pastime at the park.

Farrar-Mansur House & Museum

The Farrar-Mansur House & Museum is a historic house in Weston that dates back to the 18th Century. Built in the year 1797 by Captain Oliver Farrar as his residence, the house is a stunning example of the Federal style of architecture. After serving as an elegant abode for several generations of the Farrars and subsequently the Mansurs, the house was donated to be used as a museum in the 1930s. Today, visitors can tour the house museum to explore its interiors and admire its beautiful architecture. The interiors feature most of the original furnishings, including antique glassware and metalware, musical instruments, children's toys, 19th-century art, costumes, and much more.

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