515 Canal St.
Brattleboro, VT 05301
Phone: (802) 254-2360
Fax: (802) 251-0910
Arts & Museums
The gallery offers rotating photography exhibits and various workshops.
Located inside a former train station, the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center is a museum that displays new exhibits every time. Art exhibits of local as well as international artists are held here regularly. The museum celebrates the creative vision of contemporary artists and holds cultural events like film screenings and concerts. Art lovers of all ages are in for a treat every time they visit this place. Check website for more details on upcoming events.
Windham Art Gallery is a collaborative gallery founded in 1989 under the auspices of the Arts Council of Windham County, a non-profit organization. The gallery is well known for presenting a wide variety of superior quality original art.
"A fine art and craft gallery." Gallery Wright represents an intriguing group of artists whose passions for painting are evident in the quality of their work.
A cornerstone for the visual arts in the Monadnock Region. Offering an art gallery experience generally found only in larger cities. Featuring exhibits, lectures, school programs, and a permanent collection.
"The spacious 1600 square foot gallery offers a palette of sensory delight, inviting the fine art connosiour to experience the ambience of this space."
The home of Horatio Colony features his world wide collections of art, furniture, books, silver, and other cultural treasures.
An art gallery featuring 19th and 20th century paintings and fine prints. Open Monday through Saturday afternoons.
After 65 years as a chicken coop and a heroic rescue by a local farmer, No. 10 is back on track. A special November holiday evening is reserved for riders of this restored yellow 1896 Shelburne Falls Railway Combine. Ride the trolley, complete with blue gold-trimmed capped uniformed ticket-takers in the 100 year-old Buckland freight yard, and imagine the loading and unloading of apples, milk, and mail while viewing the lighted village and Bridge of Flowers. Tickets are adults $2 for a 15-minute ride; children five and under are free.
A series of 13 historic homes line Old Main Street in beautiful Deerfield, Massachusetts. Part of the campus of Deerfield Academy, Historic Deerfield allows visitors to tour the different homes to see what life was like during the 18th and 19th Centuries in this farming community. Deerfield also houses a working farm and garden, over 27,000 historic objects, and a comprehensive research library. The Flynt Center of Early New England Life is home to a variety of artwork and sits on several acres of lovely countryside. There is also a museum store that offers literature, trinkets and handicrafts relating to Deerfield's history.
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.