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Virtual Vermonter - Noyes House Museum

The Noyes House was built in the early 19th century by the Safford family and was the first location to be settled in Morrisville. Today, this two-story Federal style brick mansion features seventeen rooms and a carriage house stuffed with exhibits that include toys, furniture, tools, quilts, costumes, military artifacts and more. The Museum also houses research archives and an extensive photo collection. Guided tours are available. Special events at the Museum include an annual open house with the Morrisville Military Band playing.

The Noyes House Museum is open late June through August, Wednesday through Saturday, 1-5. The Museum can be reached at 802-888-7617 or 802-888-5605.

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