Learn About the Park

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Who were Marsh, Billings, & Rockefeller?

Discover the namesakes behind the park name and their legacy of stewardship.

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The Mount Tom Forest

The woods that cover Mount Tom stand as both a model of scientific forestry practices and a beloved public resource.

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Discover the special places located throughout the park.

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Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller preserves a diverse collection of fine arts, household furnishings, decorative arts, and family mementos.

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Online Exhibits

Explore the park's collection of landscape art, conservation history, and beyond - From anywhere!

Black-capped Chickadee on branch credit Ed Sharron

The National Park Service preserves the natural resources of the park.

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The park is committed to exploring innovative approaches to place-based stewardship education.

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News Releases

Keep up to date on the latest park news.

Last updated: November 1, 2023

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Contact Info

Mailing Address:

54 Elm Street
Woodstock, VT 05091


802-457-3368 x0

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