What an amazing place! My kids LOVED it. All our future trips to Vermont will include a trip here. I would recommend it to everyone with small children the exhibits are all hands on and there is something new to do every 30 minutes. I give them a 100 out of 10!!! J.M.C, facebook post
- Explore more than 125 permanent exhibits indoors and out.
- Experience nationally touring and featured exhibitions.
- Investigate Andy's Place—a special area scaled to size for visitors five and under and their caregivers
- Discover 100 acres of trails, outdoor exhibits, a Woodland Garden, David Goudy Science Park, a walking tour of the solar system, and during the warm-weather months, the most intelligent water park in New England.
- Shop at the Museum Store.
- Enjoy free parking.
- The Museum’s first-floor exhibit spaces and bathrooms are entirely wheelchair accessible.
- Second-floor exhibit spaces can be reached by elevator.
- Several outdoor exhibits and walking trails in the Quinn Nature Preserve are also wheelchair accessible.
- The observation tower, pedestrian bridges, and some walking trails are not wheelchair accessible.
- Special admission and membership fees are offered to low-income families through the Warm Welcome program.
No pets, except service animals, are permitted in the building or on the trails.
The Museum building and Hughes Pavilion are smoke-free areas.
Call the Museum at 802-649-2200 or email us at email@example.com