Quechee Historic Mill District

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Theis area overlooking the Ottauquechee River was first settled in the 1760s and soon thereafter a covered bridge, dam, and mills were built. The mill had finally closed down in 1951, but is used today as a glass-blowing studio. The district with its well-preserved 19th century mill village is a center of tourism. To get there go north on Waterman Road from Woodstock Road. Drive about 500 feet and you'll soon see the Quechee Covered Bridge and the Mill District.