Vermont Marble Museum

Proctor, VT

Where are we going?

Vermont Marble Museum
52 Main St
Proctor
VT 05765
USA

800 427-1396

What is there to do?

If you excited to visit the world's largest marble exhibit, then you must be off to the Vermont Marble Museum!

Marble is such an important resource in Vermont, so it makes sense that you will find a museum dedicated to this important natural element.

In fact, the exhibitions within the museum not only introduce you to marble itself, but also its connection to science, art AND history!

The Vermont Marble Museum have been presenting the past, present and future of marble as it's used in building materials, amazing works of art, and even the incredible world of everyday uses for over 20 years.

Kids can learn all about the history of marble, and the fascinating ways of guarrying it to the famous places that Vermont Marble is being used, and some might just surprise you!

You can learn about how the marble was used for the Tomb of the Unknown Solider at Arlington Cemetery, and explore the Earth Alive exhibit with hands-on exploration bringing the history of the planet to life.

A visit to the Vermont Marble Museum wouldn't be complete without the gift shop, featuring a host of items that will last a lifetime, and of course don't miss out on a visit to their art studio and gallery, with a resident artist with many fine works.

Are you ready to explore the fascinating and often under-appreciated world of marble at this Vermont museum?

Let's go!

How much does it cost?

Adults: $9

Children: $4

Discount: Reduced rates for adults & seniors if you reserve ahead of time. Always free for Proctor residents

Free Under: 6 years

LAST UPDATED 2019

Need a little extra help?

Give them a call to ask about the accessibility of the exhibits

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When can we go?

10am - 5pm daily during season. Last tour 4pm

Season starts mid-May and runs until late October

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Any top tips?

Visit the resident marble sculptor and then try it for yourselves!

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