Image of large maple jug at New England Maple Museum

New England Maple Museum

The story of maple sugaring is in the world's largest maple museum. Antiques, paintings, digital film, folk art exhibits, Vermont specialty foods and pure Vermont maple syrup samples available in gift shop sampling room. A simulated boiling process, "sap to syrup" is presented all year.

Gift shop with full service mail order service that includes internet ordering via website.

In-season: Late March thru early June visitors are encouraged to contact the museum for days and hours of operation. 1-800-639-4280 or visit www.maplemuseum.com.

From mid June until late September the museum and gift shop are open seven days a week from 9:30 am until 4:30 pm.

From early Oct thru late December visitors are encouraged to once again contact the museum for days and hours of operation.

Admission adults $5.00, children 6 to 12 yrs. old $1.00, under 6 yrs. old are free. Senior and AAA rates are available.

Come and check out the world's largest maple syrup jug and have your picture taken next to this gigantic roadside attraction that channels the iconic roadside displays of Route 66 but with a Vermont flavor. Take a stroll through the museum's very own covered bridge to enjoy a picnic next to the private pond.

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Image of flowers outside the New England Maple Museum
Address:
4578 U.S. Rte 7 in Pittsford
Pittsford VT, 05763

Toll-Free: 800-639-4280

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