Shelburne Museum is in the beautiful Champlain Valley, just seven miles south of Burlington on Route 7. Parking is free and plentiful in the Shelburne Museum lot, and buses are welcome. View a 2019 Campus Map.

Shelburne Museum
6000 Shelburne Road
Shelburne, Vermont 05482

Shelburne Museum Administrative Offices
5555 Shelburne Road
Shelburne, Vermont 05482


Your Shelburne Museum visit can be part of a full Champlain Valley experience. One of the most beautiful natural settings in the world, the Valley also offers fun-filled outdoor sporting opportunities, exceptional dining and agritourism adventures, and unforgettable arts and cultural destinations. Here are a few suggestions for nearby attractions; please also visit the Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce for more information.


Shelburne Farms
A 1,400-acre working farm, forest, and National Historic Landmark is just five minutes from Shelburne Museum.

Shelburne Vineyard
An award-winning vineyard with the lush Vermont landscape for a backdrop.

Fiddlehead Brewing
Shelburne’s own craft brewery and tasting room!

Vermont Teddy Bear Company
See how Vermont Teddy Bears are made from start to finish, and bring a brand-new bear home with you.


Fleming Museum
Located on the park-like campus of the University of Vermont, the Fleming Museum boasts an extensive collection of art and world cultures plus nine changing exhibitions each year.

Lake Champlain
Take a cruise on The Spirit of Ethan Allen, rent a sailboat, paddleboard, kayak, or canoe at Burlington’s Community Sailing Center, or take the scenic ferry crossing to New York State.

Church Street Marketplace
This National Register Historic District, open only to pedestrian traffic, is a destination area for shopping and dining in downtown Burlington.

Craft Breweries
Discover small-batch beer brewed with old-world techniques at Magic Hat, Switchback, Zero Gravity, and Queen City Brewery, all in South Burlington.

Vermont Lake Monsters
Burlington’s minor-league baseball team plays all summer long at Centennial Field on the University of Vermont campus.

Further Afield

Just thirty minutes from the greater Burlington area is the gastronomically delightful Waterbury, Vermont, home to Ben & Jerry’s, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Cabot Creamery, and more.