The Montshire Museum of Science is an interactive science center in Norwich, Vermont, with more than 150 hands-on exhibits relating to the natural and physical sciences, ecology, and technology. Outdoors, visitors can explore nature trails and exhibits on wind, water, and sound in David Goudy Science Park. Visiting exhibitions, educational programs, and special events are offered throughout the year.
Build your own ’bot, craft a wind-powered vehicle, team up to build a pinball machine, and ignite your imagination with giant building blocks. Beginning June 25, Montshire’s expansive new Tinkering Loft offers visitors hands-on engineering projects that are limited only by your creativity and persistence.Read more
As part of its 40th anniversary, the Montshire Museum of Science has commissioned Vermont artist and master stone worker Dan Snow to create an interactive sculpture that will transform the entryway of the Museum. Internationally recognized, Snow fuses innovative designs with old-world techniques to create unique works of environmental art.Read more
As part of Montshire Museum of Science’s 40th Anniversary celebration, the Museum’s team of science educators will launch two new community outreach programs this year, bringing the wonder of discovery to classrooms and public places across Vermont and New Hampshire.Read more
The Montshire Museum of Science in Norwich, Vermont, turns 40 this year! The celebration kicks off Sunday, January 10, with a free Community Open House at the Museum from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., followed by a year of special exhibitions and events.Read more
Close observation—it’s a central process in doing science, and it’s also where many artists begin their interpretation of the world.Read more
A new exhibition at the Montshire gives visitors an up-close look at caterpillars—those beautiful, surprising, and, at times, icky creatures that live in our woods, fields, and backyards.Read more