Adjacent to the Leahy Library at the Vermont History Center in Barre is the Vermont Archaeology Heritage Center, the state's premiere archaeological resource. It is managed by the Vermont Division for Historic Preservation, in cooperation with the Vermont Agency of Transportation and in partnership with the Vermont Historical Society. The center's collections includes hundreds of thousands of stone and ceramic artifacts, field notes, photographs and related documentation, and archaeological reports summarizing decades of study by archaeologists and spanning over 12,000 years of Vermont history. The Vermont Archaeology Heritage Center also hosts archaeology exhibitions, including the inaugural exhibition, "How Do You Know That...?"
The Center is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 am until 4:00 pm and by appointment. See more information here. To make an appointment or for more information about the collections and programs of the Vermont Archaeology Heritage Center, contact Jess Robinson at email@example.com.