Vermont MuseumsThe Shelburne Museum is one of the country’s most diverse museums of New England history containing paintings, folk art, quilts and textiles, carriages, toys, tools, gardens, historic houses, the famous 220-foot restored steamboat Ticonderoga and so much more. Discounted two-day Shelburne Museum passes can be purchased at the Strong House Inn.
Lake Champlain Maritime Museum has something for all interests and ages. One of the best experiences visitors have is meeting and talking with experts who are eager to share the history, ecology, and lore of Lake Champlain.
The Rokeby Museum is one of the best-documented Underground Railroad Sites in the country and provides an intimate record of two centuries of Vermont family life and agriculture.
Fort Ticonderoga is a popular destination for history lovers since the early 19th century. Fort Ticonderoga is one of America’s earliest historic preservation projects with efforts to preserve the site dating back to 1820.
Chimney Point is one of the earliest, mostly intensely settled, and most strategic sites in the Champlain Valley, with human habitation going back as far as 7,500 years. Chimney Point State Historic Park presents the story of the three early cultures in the Chimney Point area — Native American, French colonial, and early American.
The National Museum of the Morgan Horse is dedicated to preserving and interpreting all aspects of the MORGAN horse breed through educational programs, exhibits and special events. While you are there, visit the Morgan Horse Farm and take a guided tour to see these beautiful creatures up close.