Based in Grafton, Vermont, The Nature Museum is a regional resource for nature, science, and environmental education in the Vermont and New Hampshire communities of the Connecticut River Valley. As a non-profit organization, we provide information and create experiences that engage and enlighten our audiences and inspire stewardship of the natural world.

Mark Your Calendar

Photo above courtesy of Ari Rockland-Miller, who will lead "Spring Wildcrafting: Medicinal Mushrooms and Greens," on May 21st. View more events

In Focus

Check out a few snapshots from our recent adventures! 

Nature Notes Blog

The latest news, happenings, and a dose of nature inspiration

Did You Know?
Our museum is open Saturdays from Memorial Day through Columbus Day; and Thursdays year-around.
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Calling All Educators!

Did you know that the Nature Museum offers a variety of programming for schools and homeschool groups? Our environmental educators are available to lead nature workshops off-site at your school or come to us for a fun, nature-packed field trip! 

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Our programming would not be possible without the financial support of our community and corporate sponsors; please consider making a donation to the Nature Museum.

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