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Virtual Vermonter - The Bennington Museum

 

Looking for Grandma Moses memorabilia? The Bennington Museum houses a number of collections, including the largest public collection of Grandma Moses paintings and memorabilia in the world. You'll also find the Grandma Moses Schoolhouse here, the actual school that she attended as a child. Other collections include ones dedicated to Bennington Pottery, American glass, paintings and furniture, military history and more. The museum also houses a genealogy and local history library and a gift shop.

The Bennington Museum is open daily November 1-May 31, 9-5 and June 1-October 31, 9-6. The cost of admission is $6/adults, $5/students and seniors, and under 12 free. Group rates are also available. You can reach the museum at 802-447-1571. Visitors to their Website will find a half-price admission coupon, information on upcoming/special events, news, research projects and much more.

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