The Nature Museum is a regional resource for nature, science and environmental education in Southern Vermont.

As a non-profit organization, The Nature Museum provides natural history and science information, creates experiences that engage and enlighten audiences of all ages, and inspires stewardship of our natural world through programming and events. We are located in Grafton, Vermont.

Upcoming Events, Workshops, & Camps

Unplug this Summer!


These warmer months give us plenty of opportunity to spread our nature educators throughout our greater community. You'll find us sharing our enthusiasm for the natural world beyond our Grafton borders at local area libraries in Bellows Falls, Chester, Charlestown, and Springfield. 


Stay Connected in 2017

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We have an exciting lineup of workshops, programs, and presentations in the works for nature lovers of all ages. Don't miss out!

Visit Us

The Nature Museum is open all year on Thursdays and Fridays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is by donation! We are open on Saturdays from June to early October. Stop by and explore our curated collection of hands-on exhibits. Afterwards, head outside and take a walk in the gardens behind the museum or on one of three Village Park trails. There are plenty of opportunities to connect with nature and learn something new.