North Central Vermont Museums
Montpelier Stowe Mad River Valley VT Museums
North Central Vermont has some wonderful museums. Of special interest is the Vermont Abenaki Museum in East Montpelier. This unique museum features fascinating displays and information about Vermont Native Americans – The Abenaki Nation. Art lovers and Maxfield Parrish fans will appreciate the fabulous Cornish Colony Museum in Windsor, VT. This museum features the largest collection of Maxfield Parrish originals displayed in any museum. Stowe has yet another fantastic attraction – the Vermont Ski Museum! Skiers and historians will enjoy the collection of ski industry artifacts and memorabilia. Share VT Museum reviews. To feature your business in VT Living, contact us.
Montpelier Stowe Vermont Museums
Vermont Ski Museum
PO Box 1511, One South Main St.
Stowe, VT 05672
The History of Skiing, displays and artifacts of Vermont skiing history. Come visit and see how we satisfy our mission: To Collect, Preserve and Celebrate Vermont’s Skiing History
Cornish Colony Museum
147 Main Street
Windsor, VT 05089
Features work from Maxfield Parrish and other artists from nearby Cornish NH artists. Call to confirm hours of operation. Admission is charged.
Vermont Studio Center
This non-profit center provides studio space in 17 buildings for professional arts from Vermont and around the country. Guest speakers, gallery openings, slide shows.
Vermont Historical Society
Pavilion Building, 109 State Street
Artifacts that reflect the entire history of Vermont. An interesting collection of Vermont historical items.
Barre Museum, Aldrich Public Library
6 Washington St.
Barre, VT 05641
Ph: 802 476-7550
The Barre Museum holds a collection of artifacts relating to the history of Barre City and Barre Town. Housed on the second floor of the Library, the Museum maintains a comprehensive collection of tools and plaster models pertaining to the Granite Industry, both manufacturing and quarrying. Call ahead to schedule a visit
Cabot Historical Society Museum
The society has restored a 1-room schoolhouse, as well as another school which was used as a Good Templars’ Hall. Collections include household furnishings, tools and farming implements, documents from 1800 to 1920, and photographs. Call to schedule a visit.
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