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Barton ((mid Jun.-mid Sep.).)
Pierce House
"Water St. Crystal Lake Falls Historical Assoc. Photos, artifacts" & model of Mill Hill. Exhibit - Peerless Ladies' Dress Factory. Info.: "525-6251, 525-3583."
Basin Harbor
LAKE CHAMPLAIN MARITIME MUSEUM
(an official attraction of the Vermont Attractions Association)
"Come see why Lake Champlain is perhaps the most historic body of water in North America. Historical exhibits, maritime collections, nautical archaeology, a working forge and boatbuilding on a beautiful lakeside location. Climb aboard the Revolutionary War gunboat replica PHILADELPHIA II. From 22A at Vergennes to Basin Harbor, VT. (802) 475-2022. Open daily May to mid-October"
Bellows Falls ((Jul.-Aug.).)
Adams Old Stone Grist Mill Museum.
"19th century milling equipment, farming implements & machinery, railroad" "items. Sa.-Su., 1-4 pm & by appt. Info.: 463-3706."
Bennington
BENNINGTON MUSEUM AND GRANDMA MOSES GALLERY
(an official attraction of the Vermont Attractions Association)
"Furniture, decorative arts, tools, toys, military artifacts; Grandma Moses paintings & memorabilia; Bennington Pottery; Museum Shop. Museum hours: daily, Nov. 1-May 31, 9 to 5; June 1-Oct. 31, 9-6 (except Thanksgiving, Christmas & New Years). Located on W. Main Street, Route 9, Bennington, VT 05201. (802) 447-1571."
Bethel ((Jul.-Sep.).)
Historical Society Museum
"Brick Church. Su., 2-5 pm or by appt. Free. Info.: 234-9320."
Brandon ((Jun.-Oct.).)
VT Ski Museum.
Located behind the Brandon Inn. Educational institution dedicated to "preserving the history of skiing in VT. Th.-Su., 11-4 pm. Info.:" 247-8080.
Brattleboro
BRATTLEBORO MUSEUM AND ART CENTER
(an official attraction of the Vermont Attractions Association)
"The 1998 season features a series of exhibits exploring late 19th century art and photography. Estey organs always on display. Open 12-6, Tues-Sun from May 16 thru Nov 1. Located downtown in the Union Railroad Station. Call (802) 257-0124"
Burlington ((mid May-mid Oct.).)
Ethan Allen Homestead
"284-acre park; guided tours of house & museum, exhibits, audio-visual" "presentation, craft demonstrations. Summer: Mo.-Sa., 10-5 pm; Su., 1-5" pm; call for other times. Info.: 865-4556.
Burlington ((Memorial Day-mid Oct.).)
Lake Champlain Aquarium
"King St., at ferry dock. View giant channel catfish, prehistoric gar," "American eel, crayfish, young specimens of endangered lake sturgeon," turtles; 11 tanks accurately reproduce natural settings & groupings. "Daily, 10-5 pm, closed Tu. Adm. Info.: 862-7777."
Burlington
Robert Hull Fleming Museum.
"UVM, 61 Colchester Ave. Art & anthropology museum. Changing &" "permanent exhibits. Paintings, sculpture, prints, drawings, decorative art." "May-Labor Day, Tu.-Fr., 9-6 pm; Labor Day-Apr., Tu.-Fr., Noon-4 pm;" "Sa.-Su., year round, 1-5 pm; closed Mo. & holidays. Donation. Info.: 656-0750."
Colchester
"VT Veterans' Militia Museum & Library, Inc."
Camp Johnson. Collection of U.S. & VT military artifacts from Battle "of Bennington thru Desert Storm. By appt. Mo.-Fr., 9-3 pm. Free. Info.:" 654-0360 or 654-0247.
Coventry
Return Home Farm Museum.
Evolution of farm machines & vehicles; nine buildings housing thousands of farm machines & tools. Free & open to the public by chance. Info.: 754-2043.
East Poultney ((Jun.-Aug.).)
Historical Society Museum
"On the Green. Su., 1-5 pm. Info.: 287-4042."
Essex Junction
Discovery Museum & Planetarium.
"The craziest, zaniest fun at children's hands-on science museum. 747" "cockpit, 3-D Dinosaur interactive computer, electrifying generator, Indian" "T-pee and more! Weeky Planetarium shows, Chaos Cafe shows & science store gift" "shop. Mo.-Sa., 10-5 pm; Su., 1-5 pm. Adm. Info.: 878-8687."
Georgia ((Jul. 1-Sep. 2).)
Brick Schoolhouse Historical Society Museum
"Rte. 7. An extensive collection of memorabilia in 5 rooms. Mo., We.," "Sa., 2-4 pm. Free. Handicap accessible. Info.: 524-3318."
Glover ((Jun.-Oct.).)
Bread & Puppet Museum
"Rte. 122. 100's of masks & puppets in 128 year old barn; posters," "publications, art for sale. 10-5 pm. Free. Info.: 525-3031."
Grafton ((Memorial Day-Columbus Day).)
Historical Museum
"Main St. Outstanding collections of photographs, soapstone objects," memorabilia & history of Grafton.
Huntington
Birds of Vermont Museum
"Visit this unique museum and see lifelike carvings of over 150 species of birds. Exhibits include hawks in action, an Archaeopteryx, and 16 endangered and extinct species. Also wild bird viewing area, carving demonstrations, nature trails, and gift shop. Open daily, May 1 - Oct. 31, 10am to 4pm. Off season by appointment. 900 Sherman Hollow Road, Huntington, VT 05402. (802) 434-2167. (M-3)"
Ludlow ((Memorial Day-Columbus Day).)
Black River Academy Museum
"Former Academy Bldg., built 1889, alma mater of Calvin Coolidge." "Collection of farm implements, furniture, clothing, school memorabilia;" "occasional films, concerts, lectures. Summer: Tu.-Sa., Noon-4 pm; fall:" "Sa.-Su., Noon-4 pm. Info.: 228-5050."
Lyndon Center ((Jun.-Aug.).)
Shores Memorial Museum
Queen Anne style Victorian home & working man's home with period furnishings & items of local historic interest & manufacture; doll "exhibit. Sa.-Su., 2-4 pm or by appt. Donations. Info.: 626-8547."


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