This historic house museum preserves and shares the legacy of one of America’s most celebrated poets.
Frost lived at the home in the 1920’s, where he farmed and planted an apple orchard, and wrote some of his best-known poetry, including “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening.” Exhibits include biographical information, photographs, a room devoted to “Stopping by Woods”, and a poetry trail coming in Spring 2020. Picnic, relax in Adirondack chairs, or stroll the grounds that inspired some of America’s most well-known poems.
The Stone House and Bennington Museum present the Robert Frost Step-on Tour celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Frost moving to Vermont in 2020. June 27 – October 31; $18 pp. Includes a docent-led tour of the Bennington Museum and special Robert Frost exhibition, Robert Frost Stone House Museum, and Frost’s Gravesite. To schedule contact the Bennington Museum, firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also offer a 1-hour Poetry Appreciation or Poetry Writing course ($25 for each participant) and a boxed lunch. 10 participant minimum. Please contact the director, Erin McKenny, to schedule.
Dates of Operation:
May 1- Nov 1
Group Policies & Rates:
20% discount for groups of 10 or more. Regular admission goes from $10 to $8. Senior admission goes from $6 to $4. As a Blue Star Museum and former and active military personnel free admission. Current teachers receive free admission with ID.
Erin McKenny, Director: email@example.com
Carling Berkhout, Frost Fellow: firstname.lastname@example.org
General inquiry: email@example.com
121 VT-7A, Shaftsbury, VT 05262 – (802) 447-6200 – www.bennington.edu/frosthouse