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Eureka Schoolhouse and Baltimore Covered Bridge

State Route 11, Springfield, VT
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eh, ok is was a good historic and semi interesting.

Its a covered bridge, you can only walk across it. A quick stop allows you see the bridge and... read more

Reviewed 23 July 2017
James L
South Portland, Maine
Peaceful place to stretch your legs

The school was closed the day I stopped, still an interesting building. The bridge is well... read more

Reviewed 14 November 2016
Tim L
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23 Jul 2017
“eh, ok is was a good historic and semi interesting.”
14 Nov 2016
“Peaceful place to stretch your legs”
State Route 11, Springfield, VT
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Reviewed 23 July 2017

Its a covered bridge, you can only walk across it. A quick stop allows you see the bridge and school house. self guided, hands on. The siding is done with hand cut nails, but many of the joints are replica. I guess you can take...More

Thank James L
Reviewed 14 November 2016

The school was closed the day I stopped, still an interesting building. The bridge is well constructed and in very good shape. Pleasant view and walk.

Thank Tim L
Reviewed 22 October 2016

We stopped and looked at this site and took some pictures. The covered bridge was pretty cool and had an interesting history.

Thank LeAnn S
Reviewed 26 July 2016

Stopped here while we were in town covered bridge was neat so was the school. Beware of water pressure on fountain behind school it shoots out

1  Thank fatcritic
Reviewed 9 October 2015

Stopped by schoolhouse and was disappointed to find we couldn't actually go inside. You can only look in the windows. Not very exciting and took all of 5 minutes. I wouldn't make a special trip just for this.

1  Thank AnywhereWithU
Reviewed 24 September 2015

Old Schoolhouse along Route 11 as you approach this town with its picturesque waterfalls along the Black River. This is not a touristy town. Rather it is representative of Vermont's hard working, blue collar population and it's past heyday as Precision Valley when it produced...More

1  Thank pancakesisters9
Reviewed 10 September 2015

The school house and bridge where not what I expected. They were both smaller than expected and both near a newer housing area, so the bridge is left looking out of place. The school house was closed the day I visited; therefore, we were only...More

1  Thank FlyGirl1996
Reviewed 13 August 2015

What a great day spent exploring with the family. Learned more about the area and gained a deeper respect for the past.

1  Thank TrvlnFoody
Reviewed 10 February 2015

This little schoolhouse is must see on your travels to Springfield. 1st and foremost it is a throwback to a simpler time when there was 1 room schoolhouses. Desks are still there along with books, pencils, maps, etc. There is also lots of information about...More

4  Thank Angela E
Reviewed 9 July 2013

We were in Springfield for 2 days but the schoolhouse wasn't open for visitors while we were there. There is a covered bridge beside the schoolhouse that has been moved to that location - looks a little strange since there is no water under it.

3  Thank Sandye7685
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