See What's Next

From camps for kids to hands-on workshops for adults, we're dedicated to delivering quality programming.

Visit Our Museum

Our petite museum fills two floors of an 1875 cape on one of Grafton, Vermont's scenic town streets. Stop by to view a variety of dioramas and interactive exhibits or take advantage of our kid-friendly nature and science activities.

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Make Your Impact

We believe that everybody deserves the opportunity to learn, enjoy, and explore their wild side. Therefore, we strive to keep our costs low so that are programs remain accessible to all. As a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, we are wholly supported by donations, our program fees, gifts, and grants.

 

Time spent in nature makes a lasting Impression.

 

The Nature Museum is a regional resource for nature, science and environmental education in Southern Vermont. We create experiences that engage and enlighten audiences of all ages, and inspires stewardship of our natural world through programming and events. 

The Nature Museum is a regional resource for nature, science and environmental education for all ages in Southern Vermont. We run our small (but info packed!) museum in Grafton, Vermont, as well as a slew of nature programming for kids, families, and adults.

Many of our programs take place here at the museum; but we're not afraid to take our love for nature on the road. You'll find us each summer at several area libraries and at the Bellow Falls Fish Ladder and Visitor Center.

We believe that everybody deserves the opportunity to learn, enjoy, and explore their wild side. Therefore, we strive to keep our costs low so that are programs remain accessible to all. As a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, we are wholly supported by donations, our program fees, gifts, and grants.