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SPECIALTY MUSEUM: Vermont Marble Museum
Proctor  “There’s marble everywhere in Proctor: a marble church, marble sidewalks, and even a marble bridge. To learn how this became Proctor’s bedrock, head to the former Vermont Marble Company, which supplied the stone for the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the U.S. Supreme Court. Today it’s a museum that tells the story of Vermont marble, from how it formed to how it’s been quarried. Don’t miss the Hall of Presidents sculpture collection and the samples of over 100 marbles, including lusciously hued stone from vast underground quarries in nearby Danby. 800-427-1396″  –Yankee Magazine