2013 Special Events at the New England Maple Museum
The story of maple sugaring is in the world’s largest maple museum. Antiques, paintings, slide show, folk art exhibits, maple syrup & specialty food samples. A simulated boiling process, “sap to syrup” is presented all. Gift Shop with mail order service. Open daily. 10AM- 5:30PM May 18- October 31. Admission $5.00, Children under 12 yrs $1.00, under 6 yrs free. Off-Season 10AM- 4PM March 9- May 16 and November 1- December 30. Reduced rates
Located at 4578 Rte 7 in Pittsford, 8 miles north of Rutland. (802) 483-9414. Senior and AAA rates.
Calender of Events & Activities
March 9 - New England Maple Museum, the world’s largest maple museum, opens for the season. Off- Season Rates. Groups over 12 can request “Sugar on Snow” by reservation. Call (802) 483-9414 for information. Spring hours 10AM- 4PM daily. 4578 Rte 7 in Pittsford.
March 22- 24 - A special presentation of the History of Maple Sugaring coinciding with Maple Open House Weekend. A great way to start or finish your tour of local Vermont Sugarhouses. The tasting counter is open to all and features Vermont Specialty Foods and Maple Syrup. This long weekend, the museum offers discounts on admissions and 25% off selected gifts. 10AM-4PM. (802) 483-9414. 4578 Rte 7 in Pittsford.
September 14 thru October 31- Halloween & Fall Celebration.
The maple sugaring story takes on a new twist, as the exhibits turn into a colorful array of autumn colors celebrating the harvest. Decorations demonstrate the Vermont tradition of scaring off “evil” spirits during this wonderful time of year. 10:0AM- 5:30PM daily, (802) 483-9414. 4578 Rte 7 in Pittsford.