Discover the best top things to do in Lake Champlain, Lake Champlain including Shelburne Museum, Babbie Rural & Farm Learning Museum, Champlain Valley Transportation Museum, Rouses Point - Champlain Historical Society, Saint Albans Museum, Robert Hull Fleming Museum, North Star Underground Railroad Museum, Swanton Historical Society - The R.R. Depot Museum, Vermont National Guard Library & Museum, Inc., Plattsburgh Airforce Base Museum.
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5.0 based on 1,194 reviews
Museum in Vermont that displays approximately 80,000 items of folk art and similar works.
We passed this place many times on our way to Burlington. We finally took the time to check it out. This place is beyond amazing. Even if you are typically not into museums, this place has something for everyone. It's like 50 museums in one place. It's like exploring the back lot of a movie studio, only everything here is real. You will see art, sculptures, barns, trains, dolls, toys, hats, gardens, a covered bridge, church, school, ferry, lighthouse, merry-go-round, circus memorabilia and so much more. I could have spent all day in the doll exhibit. So creepy and awesome. Plan to spend hours here, if not a whole day. As a photographer, I was in absolute heaven.
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Live the heritage of the Champlain Valley and the Adirondacks as you journey into the past at the Babbie Rural & Farm Learning Museum. Make it an adventure for the whole family as you experience how people lived from the 1800's to the mid 1900's. With the experience and knowledge of our staff, you can enjoy live demonstrations and displays as you explore the museum grounds.
5.0 based on 50 reviews
We traveled from indiana to visit the museum. When we went for a tour today we were only charged $7.50 per guest. The tour went on for almost 2 hours! The tour guide was very knowledgeable! The items on display are priceless! Some of the irreplaceable items were a helicopter, cars, trucks, boats, motorcycles, and motorized bicycles. The museum also had huge bonus displays such as model trains and cars which were incredible! The museum catered to people with disabilities to include restrooms, and golf cart rides to the different museum buildings. It was also nice to see multiple seats strategically placed throughout the museum for people to sit and enjoy the exhibits. This was a great tour with a great admission fee! Must visit!
4.5 based on 34 reviews
SAM is open seasonally, from June - early October. Discover 200+ years of community history in the Saint Albans Museum, and explore the heritage of St. Albans, Franklin County, and northwestern Vermont. Current exhibits include: the Central Vermont Railway room; "Farming Franklin County;" a military room featuring the story of the St. Albans Raid, the northernmost land action of the Civil War; a historic classroom; an award-winning women's history display; a room dedicated to the Smith family of entrepreneurs, politicians, and philanthropists; local medical history; Abenaki archaeology; and more. We also host special and loaned exhibitions, arts performances, educational programs, and family-friendly activities. The Bliss Room, our historic and charming event space, is available to rent for weddings and special events. SAM is a 501(c)3 non-profit. Guided and self-paced tours are available.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
This art museum built in 1931 has a mammoth collection of art through the ages, including European and American paintings and prints, paintings by 20th-century Vermont artists, African and Asian art and ancient art objects.
Great place to wander -art and anthropology exhibits. Don't be intimidated, the staff is friendly...everyone at UVM is.
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