A walk or drive around Poultney, Vermont is a journey into American history. The Poultney Audio/Video Walking and Driving Tours are now accompanied by photographs, old and new, that will enrich the stories you'll hear from master storyteller Willem Lange, who serves as your guide.
All of the Poultney Walking and Driving Tours are available for free. Just download to your computer or smart phone by clicking on the "Download our Tours Podcast" link.
If you're visiting Poultney, you can rent or purchase the tours on CD at the East Poultney General Store, open 7 days a week from 7 am to 7 pm (until 1 pm on Sundays).
The tours were produced by the Poultney Historical Society, the Town of Poultney, and Green Mountain College, with support from a "Preserve America" grant from the National Park Service, Department of the Interior.
The Poultney Audio/Video Driving Tours explore the history of the two villages of Poultney, Vermont and the surrounding farms, forests, hollows, and slate quarries. The Driving Tours feature three sections, each beginning and ending at The Stonebridge Visitor's Center in downtown Poultney.