Visit the St. Albans Historical Museum for a display of Vermont Maple Sweet History
Friday, April 28 (2-5pm)
Saturday, April 29 (10-4pm)
Admission is FREE during the Vermont Maple Festival!
The Saint Albans Museum is located in a three-story schoolhouse, the former Church Street Academy, built in 1861. The building is one of several historic structures surrounding the picturesque Taylor Park green, which borders Main Street (Route 7). The Museum features comprehensive exhibits about local and regional history, including: the St. Albans Raid (the northernmost land action of the Civil War), a historic classroom, community organizations and businesses, Abenaki archaeology, Vermont medicine, the Central Vermont Railway, our French-Canadian heritage, and more! Our newest displays focus on St. Albans and World War I, as well as the agricultural history of Franklin County. There truly is something for everyone!
A special maple exhibit will be featured, and the Museum is fully accessible with plenty of convenient parking.
For more information, please visit our website: www.stamuseum.org or "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/stamuseum