Norman Rockwell made Arlington, VT his home for 14 years, from 1939-1953. During this time he created many of his greatest works and used over 200 local people as models for his work. The Norman Rockwell Exhibition attempts to combine his art with a history of the time he lived here. You can read about many of the local models and learn about their interactions with Rockwell. You can also view reproductions of many of his works, including the Four Freedoms and Saturday Evening Post covers.
In addition to the display, there is also a 15 minute film about Norman Rockwell and his works. Admission to the Exhibit includes a 15 minute video on Norman Rockwell.
You are also invited to tour the Sugar House across the driveway to view excerpts of Rockwell's connection to all 50 states.
Open daily 10-4, March 1-Dec. 20. Call for winter hours. Bus tours welcome.