New England Maple Museum Rutland

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New England Maple Museum
P.O. Box 1615
Tel: 802 483 9414

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The museum offers a trip through over 200 years of maple sugaring history starting with the Native American discovery that maple sap cooked over an open fire produces a sweet syrup.
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    I visited the New England Maple Museum in 2001 and enjoyed every homey minute from the "tasting room" to all the maple-related souvenirs. I picked up a handmade maple pitcher which I still have. If they ever need someone to escape California and manage the store, I'm there.

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