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St. Anneís Shrine: Victorian chapel in a pine grove on the shore of Lake Champlain and the site of Vermontís oldest settlement, established by the French in 1666. Outdoor Masses in summer. Cafeteria, beach, dock, picnic grounds. Information: (802) 928-3362
Herrmannís Royal Lipizzan Stallions of Austria U.S. 2, North Hero: The "flying white stallions" are known as the ballet dancers of the horse world. Information: (802) 372-5683
The Hyde Log Cabin, U.S. 2: The oldest log cabin in the United States, built by a frontier settler, Jedediah Hyde Jr. in 1783. Restored and furnished by the Grand Isle Historical Society.
Fish Culture Station, Bell Hill Road. At any time there are as many as 2.2. million fingerlings. They are incubated and raised in a series of tanks. Information: (802) 372-3171