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.
Food service will be available November 27–29, 11 a.m.–4 p.m.
- 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.
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