Hours

Museum Tours

June – October
Wednesday – Saturday
10 am – 4 pm or by appointment

Office and Archives:

June – October
Tuesday – Saturday 9am – 5pm
November – May
Monday – Friday 9 am – 5 pm

Admission

Adults $5
Seniors $4
Children $3
Family $10
Adult group rate $3

Tour Groups

The Vermont Granite Museum welcomes camp, school, community, and bus tour groups to the museum to discover the science of granite and the heritage of Vermont’s granite industry. The Museum is committed to providing engaging learning experiences for children, teens, and adults.

Contact us to discuss what we can do for your group.

To learn more contact us at:
PO Box 282
7 Jones Bros. Way
Barre, VT 05641
phone: 802.476.4605 fax: 802.476.6866
email: info@vtgranitemuseum.org

Property rental

Private, corporate, and community groups can rent the Museum building and grounds for cocktail receptions, luncheons, dinners, meetings, seminars, presentations, wedding ceremonies, wedding receptions, and other events. Select promotional or commercial events also may be allowed at the Museum. With enough prior warning, the following fee structure is negotiable for nonprofits with limited budgets at the Museum Board’s discretion.

During the Museum Season (May 1 – October 31)
Sunday-Tuesday events ($1,000/full day – $750/half day)
Wednesday-Saturday evening ($500)

During the Off Season (November 1 – April 30)
Sunday-Saturday ($750/full day – $500/half day – $250/evening)

To learn more contact us at: PO Box 282
7 Jones Bros. Way
Barre, VT 05641
phone: 802.476.4605 fax: 802.476.6866
email:  info@vtgranitemuseum.org

Accessibility

The public spaces, exhibitions, and programs at the Vermont Granite Museum are designed to be accessible for visitors with disabilities. Oversized designated parking spaces are available near the museum entrance for visitors with disabilities. Service animals are welcome in the Museum and on its grounds. The Museum building and grounds, including its restrooms, are accessible to wheelchair users and other visitors who need to avoid stairs. The Museum’s walking trails are packed soil and may not be usable by wheelchairs during inclement weather. Some wheelchairs are available for use free of charge within the Museum building on a first-come, first-served basis. Select exhibition materials are available in large print transcripts, audio files, and hands-on objects.

Directions

From I89 South

1) Follow I-89 South to VT-62 East in Berlin and take exit 7 from I-89 South 2) Continue on VT-62 East for 1.3 miles 3) Take the exit toward US-2/US-302 for Montpeller and travel approximately one mile. 4) Turn right onto US-302 East, also called the Barre-Montpelier Road, and travel 2.3 miles towards Barre 5) Turn right onto Jones Brothers Way 6) Vermont Granite Museum is 0.2 miles on your right

From I89 North

1) Follow I-89 North to VT-62 East in Berlin and take exit 7 from I-89 North 2) Continue on VT-62 East for 1.3 miles 3) Take the exit toward US-2/US-302 for Montpelier and travel 1.1 miles. 4) Turn right onto US-302 East, also called the Barre-Montpelier Road, and travel 2.3 miles towards Barre 5) Turn right onto Jones Brothers Way 6) Vermont Granite Museum is 0.2 miles on your right

From US Route 2 West

1) Follow US-2 West to Montpelier 2) At the traffic circle, take the 2nd exit onto US-302 East, also called the Barre-Montpelier Road, to Berlin 3) Continue to travel on US-302 East for 3.4 miles towards Barre 4) Turn right onto Jones Brothers Way 5) Vermont Granite Museum is 0.2 miles on your right