Natural history meets art at this one-of-a-kind Vermont treasure.
Visit loons and 500 more life-like woodcarvings of Vermont birds in typical habitats. Almost all Vermont species are on display…and they won’t fly away. Some non-Vermont birds delight the eye as well. See and hear wild birds though a one-way viewing window or from our accessible Tree House. Explore 100 acres of rural Vermont on our walking trails, discover new Vermont artists, enjoy a bird-friendly garden, and observe a wood carving demonstration. Take advantage of our quiet location to learn new bird songs, browse our gift shop for the perfect nature-related memento, or attend one of our many programs for children and adults.
Call to schedule a special experience for your group from a menu of offerings.
Hours of Operation
- May – October, Wednesday – Sunday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
- Open by appointment November to April
Group Policy and Rates
Please call for group rates, reservations required. Handicapped-accessible, motorcoach parking available.
Erin Talmage, Museum Director
900 Sherman Hollow Road, Huntington | 802-434-2167 | firstname.lastname@example.org | birdsofvermont.org