2187 Depot Street
Manchester, VT 05255
Phone: (802) 362-3333
Fax: (802) 362-3444
Arte & museos
The American Museum Of Fly Fishing is supposed to be the world's largest collection of all the items related to fly fishing. Right from worms, nets to different kinds of baits, you will get to see it all. There is a shop where you can buy fishing items as well. To know more, check the website.
The Gorski Retrospective, the Sculptural Trail of the History of Wisdom, and the Sanctuary of the Wizard of Wisdom are all exhibits on display. The study of creativity is the point of departure for three fun educational activities.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the museum collects, maintains, and exhibits artifacts, manuscripts, photographs, books, art, and genealogical material on Dorset from 1761 to the present. The permanent collection focuses on artifacts from the town's marble industry past, stoneware from the local Fenton Potteries of 1800-1830s, iron items from the 19th century foundries in East and North Dorset, a Vermont coin collection featuring coins minted in 1785-1787 when Vermont was a Republic, paintings by Dorset artists working during the town's golden age of art, postcards, local textiles and clothing from Dorset's earlier days. There are also special rotating exhibits.
Representing over 30 regional and national contemporary artists in a diverse collection that includes original painting, sculpture, fine prints and drawings. On site studio of printmaker Joel Beckwith.
The Shushan Covered Bridge Museum is a beautiful covered bridge that stretches across Batten Kill. Now no longer in use, this bridge is transformed into a museum that displays farming equipment from the bygone era. Some of the machinery is still operational and visitors can avail a demonstration of the same.
Open from mid-September to the first of November, this fine art gallery specializes in oils, watercolors, pastels, and a unique collection of limited edition bronze sculptures.
Explore innovative and interactive exhibits at this nature museum with activities available including digging for fossils, discovering minerals in a mine, and investigating underground life in a crawl through tunnel.
A wonderful collection of Grafton artifacts is creatively displayed at this museum. Gift shop on site.
This center boasts changing exhibits, permanent exhibits, a collection of Native American arts, wind sculptures, and the Oldcastle Theatre Company.
The Black River Academy received students from 26 states and 3 foreign countries throughout its 103 years. Today this unique Richardsonian building embodies the cultural heritage of the Black River Valley, through instruction in traditional crafts, small theater productions, and three floors of exhibits, which include an early American house, Main St. Ludlow circa 1900, Calvin Coolidge's school days, and a one-room schoolhouse.
The Bennington Museum is noted for its regional history collection and for its artwork. The museum houses the largest collection of Grandma Moses paintings and memorabilia, along with the schoolhouse that she attended as a child. Military artifacts include the famous Bennington Flag, thought to be the oldest stars and stripes in existence. The museum has an unsurpassed collection of Bennington pottery and an extensive array of American glass. The museum features a genealogy and local history library.
"The spacious 1600 square foot gallery offers a palette of sensory delight, inviting the fine art connosiour to experience the ambience of this space."