Adult tour groups are welcome to visit the Vermont History Museum’s permanent exhibit, Freedom and Unity: One Ideal, Many Stories. This exhibit covers over 400 years of Vermont history. Visitors can explore an Abenaki wigwam, examine the impact of the railroad, and immerse themselves in a World War-II era living room. Scheduled groups receive a brief welcome and introduction before embarking on a self-guided museum visit. The group rate is $5.00 per person. Most groups spend at least one hour visiting the museum.
Vermont State House
Many tour groups combine their visit to the Vermont History Museum with a tour of the nearby Vermont State House. For more information about visiting the State House, please contact the Sergeant-at-Arms office at (802) 828-2228.
Vermont History Center
At the Vermont History Center, adult tour groups can participate in a self-guided tour of our changing exhibits for free. Please contact us for information on guided tours. Most groups spend 30 to 45 minutes at the Vermont History Center.
Schedule a visit
Visits for tour groups must be scheduled in advance with a minimum of 10 participants to receive the group rate. For more information about tours or to schedule a visit to the Vermont History Museum or the Vermont History Center, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (802) 828-2291.
Educational field trips
For information about field trips for student or educational groups, please visit the field trip page.