Showcasing the Immense Creativity of Vermont from Earliest Times to the Present
Tour Groups are always welcome at the Bennington Museum, where the region’s diverse arts, rich history, and culture of innovation are celebrated throughout fourteen gallery spaces of permanent and changing exhibitions. The Museum is the proud caretaker of the largest public collection of Grandma Moses paintings in the world with many of her paintings always on view. But there is so much more. From the Military Gallery commemorating the Battle of Bennington to Mid-Century Modern with paintings by Paul Feeley, Jules Olitski and other mid-20th century modernists; Gilded Age Vermont – featuring the 1924 Martin Wasp Touring to one of the oldest “stars and stripes” in existence – the Bennington Flag, Bennington Museum presents the art, history, and innovation of the region ranging from the 18th century to present. We look forward to welcoming your groups and providing them with a memorable experience as they explore Bennington Museum and the Bennington Museum Store. Wheelchair accessible.
Dates of Operation:
June through October, daily: 10 am to 5 pm. February through May, November and December, Thursday through Tuesday, 10 am to 5 pm
Check website for holiday closings
Group Policy and Rates:
Reservations please. 10 or more people. Driver and escort complimentary and receive a 10% discount in the Museum Store. Tours offered: Self-guided ($8.50), Docent-guided Museum ($10), Docent-guided Old Bennington Step-on ($16). Price includes admission and docent where noted.