Historic House Tour – Colonial Day


Castleton Historic House Tour


Date:  Saturday, August 17, 2019

Time:  10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.  RAIN OR SHINE

Exhibits:  Displays of Vermont crafts, period clothing, antique quilts   Ice cream social and raffle

Tickets:  $20 Adults; $18 Seniors (62+) Children 12 and under, Free.

Over 10 buildings and 22 points of interest

Castleton Colonial Day is sponsored by the Castleton Woman’s Club which meets the second Wednesday of the month.

VISIT Castleton and share in its unique Vermont history, architecture and settlers.

VISIT Castleton and walk the trail of the Blue Cat of Castleton seeking “The River’s Song.”

VISIT Castleton today to enjoy its many features including an historic district, beautiful Lake Bomoseen, Castleton University, its hotels and restaurants and to meet the current residents.

Special Presentation of Vermont history through song by Linda Radtke, mezzo-soprano and her accompanist Arthur Zorn on piano.  Performance at 4:00 p.m. at the Federated Church. Civil War songs honoring those Castleton fallen soldiers will be featured.  This performance is sponsored by the Vermont Humanities Council and the Castleton Historical Society.   Performance is free and open to all.

Reenactments of the infamous 19th Century raids on Hubbardton graveyard by Castleton medical students seeking bodies to be used in their training will be held at the Old Medical Chapel.  Performances will be throughout the day.  Performers are current Castleton University students. 

We welcome you!