AAA Editor Notes
President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site, 3780 SR 100A, includes the birthplace, boyhood home and grave of Calvin Coolidge, the 30th president of the United States. The birthplace and homestead have original furnishings.
Other buildings include the President Calvin Coolidge Museum & Education Center, with an exhibit about Coolidge's career and changing displays of gifts presented to the president while in office; Wilder House, the childhood home of Coolidge's mother, which is now a restaurant; Wilder Barn, displaying a collection of 19th-century farm implements; the Plymouth Cheese Factory, built in 1890 by Coolidge's father and still making cheese using the original 1890 recipe; the 1850s General Store; the office of the 1924 summer White House; and Union Christian Church, an 1840 meetinghouse. The Aldrich House contains exhibits pertaining to the village and to Coolidge.