His father was born in a log cabin and later became the 16th president. One generation later, Robert Todd Lincoln built his ancestral home in this scenic village. On a promontory in a quintessential Vermont landscape, it has breathtaking views of the valley and mountains. Home, gardens, exhibits, 12 miles of trails, 600-foot floating boardwalk, 412 preserved acres, pollinator sanctuaries, goat dairy and cheesemaking facility, animal farm, greenhouse, adult and children's programming. Open year-round, seven days a week, 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Cross-country skiing mid-December to mid-March, weather permitting.