Oct 23Daily Tour: Exploring Colonial Revival: Prentis and Stencil Houses
Oct 23Daily Tour: Full Steam Ahead
Oct 23Daily Tour: Highlights of Painting a Nation: American Art at Shelburne Museum
Oct 24Daily Tour: Exploring Colonial Revival: Prentis and Stencil Houses
Oct 24Daily Tour: Full Steam Ahead
Oct 24Daily Tour: Highlights of Painting a Nation: American Art at Shelburne Museum
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Hours and Admission
The Museum Store
is open 10am - 5:30pm daily.
On Thursdays June 19 - Aug 14 the museum store is open until 7:30pm
Admission | May 9 – October 31, 2014
Children: $11 (ages 5-12), $14 (ages 13-17)
Children (under 5): Free
Family Day Pass : $55
(2 adults and children ages 5-18)
Half Price for Vermont Residents: $11 adults and $5.50 child. Thanks to a generous grant by Lois McClure.
Museum Members: Free
Active Military Members and Disabled Veterans with ID: Free
Retired Military: $2 off full-price admission
Winter Admission | November 1, 2014 – April 30, 2015
Children: $5 (ages 5-17)
Children (under 5): Free
Winter Hours | November 1, 2014 – April 30, 2015
November to December 31, 2014 | Open buildings include the Pizzagalli Center for Arts and Education, the Round Barn and the Webb Gallery.
Daily: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
January 1 to April 30, 2015 | Open buildings include the Pizzagalli Center for Arts and Education and the Webb Gallery will be open.
Wednesday – Sunday: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Does not preclude use by school groups or for rentals on other days.
December 24th | Museum Closes at 12pm
December 25th | Museum Closed
December 31st | Museum Closes at 12pm
January 1st | Museum Closed
The Museum strives to make its exhibitions and programs accessible to all visitors. A detailed accessibility guide is available at http://shelburnemuseum.org/visit/planning-your-visit/physical-accessibility-guide/ or at the Admissions desk. During the months when the entire campus is open, a wheelchair accessible shuttle bus provides transportation around the Museum.
Shelburne Museum is a non-smoking campus.
Pets are not allowed inside the Museum grounds.
Photography and video is permitted in most buildings; tripods are not permitted for indoor use. Flash photography is restricted in some exhibits. Some exhibits may prohibit photography and video. Photography and video is limited to personal use. During your visit, authorized photographers may record your image for use in Museum publicity.
Parking is free.