Shelburne Museum

Shelburne Museum, reception center

Shelburne Museum is home to one of the world's finest collections of folk art, decorative arts, and 19th-century paintings, Including works by Impressionist masters Monet, Manet and Degas. Thirty-seven historic buildings and period houses serve as galleries for over 150,000 artifacts that illustrate the art, history and culture of Vermont, New England and beyond. Spread over 45 acres of landscaped grounds, you can view the Adirondack Mountains or stroll through a covered bridge.

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Back of reception center

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The Ticonderoga, now in dry dock, from Shelburne harbor, 1906. This is a side-wheel steamboat.

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Lighthouse from Colchester Reef, Lake Champlain, 1871

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Electra Havemeyer Webb Memorial Building (1967). has paintings by Monet, Manet and Degas, among others.

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Electra Havemeyer Webb Memorial Building

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Log Cabin

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Boswick Garden

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Boswick Garden

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Webb Gallery, contains folk art

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water run saw mill

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Settler's House

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Barn at Settler's House

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Dorset House 1832 contains carvings

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Dorset House

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Covered bridge, built in 1845 to span the Lamoille River in Cambidge VT. 168 ft in length, with two vehicle lanes and a footpath, it is an impressive example of the engineering principles and bridge builders craft of hte mid-19th century.

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One of the signs in the Covered Bridge

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One of the signs in the Covered Bridge

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One of the signs in the Covered Bridge

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Covered Bridge

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Old fire equipment

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Old fire equipment

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Old fire equipment

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Vermont House Gallery 1790, contains many fine Portraits.

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