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ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain
1 College Street
BurlingtonVT 05401
(802) 864-1848

Ages: 1 and up

ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain is a dynamic, nationally acclaimed, lake aquarium and science center committed to engaging diverse public audiences and providing experiential, relevant and lifelong educational experiences for all our guests. Founded in 2003, ECHO houses more than 70 species of live animal ambassadors, more than 100 interactive exhibits, and the new learning-through-play preschool space “Champ Lane.” This innova...

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Montshire Museum of Science
One Montshire Road
NorwichVT 05055
(802) 649-2200

Ages: 0 - 14+

This hands-on museum offers many exciting indoor exhibits that focus on the natural and physical sciences, ecology and technology. Step outside the museum to experience the many outdoor exhibits that teach children about the solar system, New England insects, birds and more. But not to missed are the water exhibits that are centered around the Rill, a 250-foot long watercourse where visitors can manipulate dams and sluices to chang...

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Shelburne Museum
6000 Shelburne Road
ShelburneVT 05482
(802) 985-3346

Ages: 0 and up

Shelburne Museum in Shelburne, Vermont is one of North America’s finest, most diverse and unconventional museums of art, design and Americana. Over 150,000 works are exhibited in a remarkable setting of 38 exhibition buildings, 25 of which are historic and were relocated to the museum grounds.  The museum’s collection includes works by the great Impressionists Claude Monet, Edouard Manet and Edgar Degas as well as a prized collection...

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Montreal Science Centre
2 Rue De La Commune Quest
MontrealQC H2Y 4b2
(514) 496-4724

Ages: 0 and up

Located in the Old Port, The Montréal Science Centre helps visitors of all ages acquire an understanding of science and technology for use in building their future. There are several interactive activities and exhibits for kids. There are four permanant exhibits and one temporary exhbit.

Additionally, there is an IMAX theater. Check to see what movie is currently playing before your visit. It is possible to purchase your tickets on-li...

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Lake Champlain Maritime Museum
4472 Basin Harbor Road
VergennesVT 05491
(802) 475-2022

Ages: 0 and up

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The Lake Champlain Maritime Museum has hands-on exhibits and learning adventures for all ages. It showcases the rich history of the Lake Champlain region and its people.

They have a large collection of original small watercraft built over the last 150 years and the largest collection of wooden shipwrecks in North America. Your children can even climb aboard the Philadelphia II, A full-scale replica of working Revolutionary War g...

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Fleming Museum
61 Colchester Avenue
BurlingtonVT 05401
(802) 656-0750

Ages: 0 and up

Museum Mission Statement

The Robert Hull Fleming Museum serves as a gateway for active cultural exchange and critical thinking in our communities and an essential learning resource for the University of Vermont. Through the experience of our diverse collection, dynamic exhibition schedule, and innovative educational programming, people of all ages are inspired to discover the arts and cultures of the world.

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Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum
1 South Main Street
StoweVT 05672
(802) 253-9911

Ages: 0 - 14+

Located in the heart of Stowe Village, in the Old Town Hall, the Vermont Ski Museum collects, preserves and celebrates Vermont's Skiing History.

Exhibits include:

  • Moving Upwards in Skiing - 75 years of lift technology
  • Lost Ski Areas Remembered
  • Stowe: A Community for Skiing
  • Vermont's Nordic Traditions
  • Vermont and the 10th Mountain Division
  • How Vermont Shaped Snowboarding
  • From Schussing to Shredding: The Evolution of Ski Technique
  • Old Town Hall...
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Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium
1302 Main Street
St. JohnsburyVT
(802) 748-2372

Ages: 0 - 14+

Founded in 1889 by St. Johnsbury industrialist Franklin Fairbanks, the Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium is one of the largest museums of natural history in New England. Today, the Museum's mission remains in harmony with the vision of Franklin Fairbanks: to "...inspire an appreciation and responsibility for our place in the natural world."

Collections
Estimates total 175,000 in the following categories:

Natural Science
75,000 (inc...

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Ethan Allen Homestead Museum & Historic Site
1 Ethan Allen Homestead
BurlingtonVT
(802) 865-4556

Ages: 0 and up

A large park along the Winooski River in Burlington featuring numerous wildlife species and elevated boardwalk trails, as well as Ethan and Fanny Allen's restored 1787 farmhouse--the historic home of Vermont's founder Ethan Allen and his wife, Fanny.

Just a short drive from downtown Burlington, the Homestead offers hands-on history, spectacular scenery, and riverside picnic areas and walks. The Homestead provides a genuine slice o...

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Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Museum of Archaeology and History
350 Place Royale
MontrealQC H2Y 2B2
(514) 872-9150

Ages: 0 and up

Located at the birthplace of Montréal, Pointe-à-Callière is the only museum complex—made up of five buildings—built on a concentrated number of national historic and archaeological sites that illustrate major eras in the history of Montréal, Québec, and Canada. Pointe-à-Callière is the largest archaeology museum in Canada, and is the second most popular museum in Montréal. It opened in 1992, on the occasion of the 350th anniversary o...
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