101 Northfield St.
Montpelier, VT 05602
Phone: (802) 223-5258
Fax: (802) 223-0716
101 Northfield St., Montpelier, VT, US, 05602
- Phone: (802) 223-5258
- Fax: (802) 223-0716
Arts & Museums
A museum based on the Naval History of the ships that are named Montpelier.
Since 1964, the Council has provided funds, services, and information to artists, arts organizations, schools, communities and the general public. Their small gallery features rotating exhibits of emerging and established Vermont artists.
The Vermont Historical Society Museum preserves the past for use by present and future generations. It collects artifacts dating from the pre-contact period to the present for interpretation and research. Using these artifacts, items from the Society's library, and materials loaned by individuals and institutions, it presents exhibitions on different aspects of Vermont history in galleries on the first floor of the Pavilion Building in Montpelier.
Visit one of Vermont's oldest and finest art galleries, located on the campus of Vermont College of Union Institute & University. Founded in 1896, the T. W. Wood Gallery & Arts Center houses one of the largest Permanent Collections in the state.
"Located within an authentic turn-of-the-century granite manufacturing plant, the museum's mission is to create stimulating, interactive environments for learning about the geology, technology, history and art of Vermont's unique granite heritage, industry, capabilities and cultural heritage."
Occupying all three stories of a historic downtown building, the Studio Place Arts contains the Studio Place Arts Gallery, classrooms for art instruction, a printmaking facility, student and community exhibit space, the Third Floor Gallery and studios, which are rented on a yearly basis by individual artists and art groups.
"An indoor/outdoor art space committed to promoting exceptional contemporary art in varied media by emerging and mid-career artists," the West Branch Gallery & Sculpture Park "provides comprehensive services in art consultation, acquisition, site evaluation and installation." One mile north of the village on the Mountain Road (Route 108), the three and a half-acre sculpture grounds and gallery are open to the public Wednesday through Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and by appointment.
Helen Day Art Center is a community based center for the visual arts offering five major exhibitions of national and international calibre and a dozen exhibits of Vermont artists each year. It hosts events throughout the year, including film screenings, an art and culinary festival, lectures, bus trips to cultural destinations and family programs.
Housed in the circa 1818 Old Town Hall that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Vermont Ski Museum features both rotating and permanent exhibits of the history of skiing in Vermont.
"One of New England's finest art galleries," Robert Paul Galleries presents an "outstanding selection of original paintings, sculpture, photography and limited edition graphics by locally, nationally, and internationally acclaimed artists." Museum quality custom framing services are also available.
This fine art gallery features some of Vermont's finest award-winning artists' original paintings, sculpture, prints and photography.