We continue to mask indoors. We can provide masks if needed. We provide hand santizer as well. Thank you!
There’s so much to do here
Explore the permanent exhibits, showing lifelike birds in dioramas of their habitats. You could watch live, wild birds at our feeders, from the walk-in tree house, or from our bird blind. You might browse our gift shop, or discover Vermont artists in our annually changing art shows. You could explore our trails, attend a special program, or relax in our pollinator garden spaces. Children love the hands-on spaces, the chance to try crafts, and exploring story and discovery trails.
Indoors, most visitors find 1½ to 2 hours is a good amount of time to fully enjoy the bird carvings, art exhibit, and other displays within the Museum building. We suggest first-time visitors watch an 5-minute introductory video. Admission is free for members! [ More: Exhibits ]
Outside, our trails are open to walkers of all ages from sunrise to sundown (no pre-registration or admission needed). Please leave dogs, horses, and other animal companions at home. [ More: Trails and Trees ]
When is a good time? All year round! We are open to drop-in visitors from May to October, Wednesday – Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with a few exceptions for special events, and by appointment Monday and Tuesday. From November to April we welcome visitors by appointment, by pre-registration for classes, and at programs on- and off-site. [ More: Directions & Hours ]
If you visit and write in your blog or post photos of your time here, please let us know. Tag us @BirdsofVermont on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and more. We love to see how people enjoy the museum and grounds.
If you, like you may download our tourist brochure. You might see printed editions of this at tourist info stops around Vermont.