In 1777 delegates from twenty eight Vermont towns met and declared Independent from from Britain and also from neighboring states, New York and New Hampshire, who had been squabbling over rights to the land. Even though the Continental Congress refused to acknowledge that Vermont was a separate independent state Vermonters still fought in the Revolutionary War. Vermont finally became a US state, the fourteen, in 1791. The museum is very nicely done and covers the history of Vermont from Native Americans up to modern times.
The museum is accessible but the entrance is a little hard to find. Look for the wheelchair logo on the door at the Governor Davis Ave. entrance. Going through that door which will get you into a vestibule. Push the buzzer next to the door on the left for entry to the museum.
RVs will fit in the on-street parking by using more than one space. Museum