School groups and homeschool groups are welcome to visit the Vermont History Museum in Montpelier and its award-winning permanent exhibit, Freedom and Unity. This exhibit covers over 400 years of Vermont history.
Students can explore an Abenaki wigwam, examine the impact of the railroad, and immerse themselves in a World War-II era living room. Special exhibits in the National Life Gallery, Calder Gallery and Local History Gallery tell more Vermont stories. See the full list of exhibits.
Vermont State House and Vermont Supreme Court
Many student groups combine their visit to the Vermont History Museum with a tour of the nearby Vermont State House or Vermont Supreme Court. For more information about these programs, please contact Angelica Caterino, the State House Tours Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (802) 828-1411.