NEW EXPERIENCES! HISTORY, MAPLE SYRUP AND COVERED BRIDGE
The “King Kong” replica of a century-old sugar house is the scene for a journey through Vermont’s famous maple industry. The history of maple is presented from its early beginning to present day refinement with exhibits of sugaring artifacts, murals and displays. The capstone tour is the Sap-to-Syrup film of the sugaring process and a visit to the food product and pure Vermont Maple syrup sampling room.
Food and Wine and Saveur magazines have named us a “Top 10 Food Museum”. NEW experiences will be sure to excite visitors -Enjoy a fun photo-op with the world’s largest Maple Syrup jug that channels the iconic roadside displays found on historic Route 66, but with a Vermont twist. Take a stroll across our very own covered bridge leading to a private pond with picnic tables to enjoy the beauty of the day.
The Gift Shop showcases a wide variety of gifts, Vermont souvenirs, unique jewelry, scarves, pottery, candles and much more. We proudly carry locally made products including Vermont and New England specialty foods, handmade crafts from Vermont artisans and a great selection of pure Vermont Maple syrups and maple candies.
Located on US Rte 7, just eight miles north of Rutland on way “to and from” many of Vermont’s attractions.
Dates of Operation:
Flexible dates and hours for Tours with appointment. Mid-May to late December – Open 10:00am-4:00pm.Other times of the year please contact us or visit our website for information.
Group Policy and Rates:
Visit us for shopping anytime! Museum and tasting, $1.50 per person, driver and escort complimentary plus gift. Reservations recommended. Ample parking and restroom facilities.
Michael Blanchard or Laura Goodrich, New England Maple Museum, 4578 Route 7, Pittsford, VT 05763. 802-483-9414