Noyes House Museum

Morristown, VT

Where are we going?

Noyes House Museum
122 Lower Main St
VT 05661

802 888 7617

What is there to do?

There is SO much history in New England, and Vermont, and with a visit to the Noyes House Museum you are really exploring a key part of the regions history - want to know why?

Well, this two-story federal-style brick mansion was built by the Safford family in the early nineteenth century, and in fact was the FIRST location to be settled in the village of Morrisville!

How amazing is that?

Today, the house and its seventeen rooms and barn all exhibit 19th century life in Morristown - just imagine what life would have been like over 100 years ago - pretty different to your lives today we imagine!

The museum's collection features a number of original historic items, including furniture of the period, textiles, military objects, pottery, and period clothing.

You can also see a range of art, as well as photographs to really tell the story of life in a time gone by.

No need to make reservations to visit the Noyes House Museum - just stop in during opening hours and enjoy a day of history comes to life before your very eyes!

How much does it cost?

Adults: $5 suggested donation

Children: $3 suggested donation


Need a little extra help?

Give them a call to ask about the accessibility of the museum, they will be happy to answer any questions!


When can we go?

12pm - 4pm Thursdays, 10am - 4pm Friday & Saturday (12pm - 4pm Saturdays only in September)

House open June to September.


Any top tips?

No need to book, just head on over!

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