5817 Woodstock Rd., Quechee, VT, US, 05059

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"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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  • Arts & Museums

    »VINS Nature Center

    Located next to one of New England

    6565 Woodstock Road
    Quechee, Vermont 05059

    »Vermont Institute of Natural Science

    Located next to one of New England

    6565 Woodstock Road; P.O. Box 1281
    Quechee, Vermont 05059

    »Two Rivers Printmaking Studio

    Two Rivers Printmaking Studio is a non-profit organization that "supports working artists in their exploration of both traditional and experimental printmaking" through workshops, lectures and exhibits.

    85 North Main Street, Suite 160
    Quechee, Vermont 05001

    »Main Street Museum

    A Museum of material culture, Main Street Museum is known for its tribute to the Cabinet of Curiosities. (Rennaisance Europe Collection of objects which have undefined boundaries). The display at this museum is eclectic. The range of objects is wide and includes items from National History, plants, animals, postcards, anatomical specimens, electromagnetism devices, etc. It is also the only museum in the world that uses wiki-code for its catalog. Having a quirky display of an unusual mix of objects, this museum sees works of musicians, painters, historians as well as other artists.

    58 Bridge Street No 6
    White River Junction, VT 05001

    »New England Transportation Institute and Museum

    Housed in the Amtrak passenger station, the New England Transportation Institute and Museum "celebrates the Upper Valley's rich river, rail and air history" with transportation memorabilia, artifacts and equipment exhibits, educational activities, and such annual events as the "Glory Days of the Railroad" festival.

    100 Railroad Row
    Quechee, Vermont 05001

    »Woodstock Historical Society Dana House Museum

    Housed in the Dana House, the Woodstock Historical Society's Museum houses "a large collection of antique furniture, fine art, clothing, textiles, silver, ceramics, photographs and early American toys." Furnished to represent the home of a 19th-century merchant, the Dana House Museum is comprised of a barn, gallery, and the house.

    26 Elm Street
    Woodstock, Vermont 05091

    »Montshire Museum Of Science

    Housed inside a spacious white building in Norwich along the Connecticut River, the Montshire Museum Of Science is an inspiring space whose exhibits on the natural and physical sciences are awesome. The outdoor areas and the state-of-the-art galleries can be hired for bar mitzvahs, wedding receptions, luncheons, seminars, wedding parties and more. Check website for details on educational programs, events and exhibitions.

    One Montshire Road
    Norwich, VT 05055

    »Vermont Institute of Natural Science

    Located next to one of New England

    6565 Woodstock Road
    Woodstock, Vermont 05059

    »Hood Museum of Art

    Located inside the Dartmouth College, the Hood Museum of Art is very interesting to check out for all the art lovers. Spread over several floors, the museum has some very shocking post modernist sculptures, murals and paintings.There is some sculpted work on display as well, done by the students and some famed artists. The museum often holds art workshops that give you a new insight into art. To know more about the place, check the website.

    East Wheelock Street & College Street
    Hanover, NH 3755

    »Ava Gallery & Art Center

    Year-round exhibits by selected New Hampshire and Vermont artists. Offers art education for all ages and abilities.

    11 Bank Street, Suite 101
    Lebanon, New Hampshire 03766

    »Enfield Shaker Museum

    Enfield Shaker Museum is a museum that caters to the Shakers community who were known to be early natives of Enfield. With its array of collection, it aims to preserve and disseminate the community and its culture and heritage. The museum is the site where the Shakers established their civilization and called it their 'Chosen Vale'. You can find here impressive buildings, artifacts, gardens, Shaker furniture, arts, crafts, tools, photographs and more. The museum store has many books, documents, local handicrafts and other souvenirs that you can shop for keepsakes. Events here include lectures, community programs, workshops and so on. Call ahead to know more.

    447 New Hampshire Route 4A
    Enfield, NH 03748
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