All free museums and attractions to visit in Vermont

If you are on a budget Vermont (United States) still has a lot to offer for you culturally, including free museums, free activities and free attractions. 11 museums and attractions in Vermont can be visited without charge.

Are you looking for free things to do in Vermont? These are the best places to visit:

  1. Fleming Museum of Art1

    Fleming Museum of Art

    Burlington, VT
    The Fleming Museum of Art, located at the University of Vermont in Burlington, Vermont, is a museum dedicated to art and anthropology. It offers a diverse collection of around 24,000 objects from various eras and places, making it a cultural center for the community. The museum attracts a diverse audience from the university, area colleges, and the general public.
  2. Middlebury College Museum of Art2

    Middlebury College Museum of Art

    Middlebury, VT
    Middlebury College is a private liberal arts university situated in the small town of Middlebury, in the state of Vermont, USA. The college is renowned for its beautiful campus, which features stunning architecture, landscaped gardens, and views of the Green Mountains and the Adirondacks.
  3. Bread and Puppet Museum3

    Bread and Puppet Museum

    Glover, VT
    The Bread and Puppet Theater, founded in the early 1960s by Peter Schumann, is based on a farm in Glover, Vermont. This unique theater group has a rich history of performing worldwide, including notable performances in Brussels and Amsterdam. The theater primarily performs outdoors, in street theater settings and public parks, making it a unique experience for visitors.
  4. Sullivan Museum and History Center4

    Sullivan Museum and History Center

    Northfield, VT
  5. Sullivan Museum and History Center5

    Sullivan Museum and History Center

    Northfield, VT
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    Lake Champlain Maritime Museum

    Ferrisburgh, VT
    The Lake Champlain Maritime Museum (LCMM) is a non-profit organization situated in Vergennes, Vermont, US. The museum is dedicated to preserving and sharing the rich history and archaeology of Lake Champlain. It offers a unique opportunity to delve into the maritime history of the region, providing a comprehensive understanding of the lake's past.
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    The Museum of Everyday Life

    Glover, VT
    The Museum of Everyday Life, located in Glover, Vermont, was established in 2011 by Clare Dolan. This unique museum operates independently, with a mission to highlight the beauty and significance of everyday objects that are often overlooked or taken for granted. The museum aims to provide a fresh perspective on the mundane, encouraging visitors to appreciate the simple things in life.
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    Springfield Art and Historical Society Museum

    Springfield, VT
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    Dorset Historical Society

    Dorset, VT
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    Stowe Historical Society Museum

    Stowe, VT
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    The Old Red Mill - Jericho Historical Society

    Jericho, VT

All museums in Vermont