A Taste of What's at the New England Maple Museum

Enjoy a slideshow of images from the museum. Hover over the photo to pause the show and reveal the previous and next buttons to advance the slides manually.

The museum is located on Route 7 in Pittsford, Vermont.

We are located just north of the village.

Mr. Doolittle, our robotic host, welcomes visitors to the museum with his Vermont farm-life anecdotes.

Get a glimpse of the "sugaring life" through life-size portrayals.

The history of maple sugaring is brought to life in over 100 feet of murals extensively researched and created by painter Grace Brigham.

The history of maple sugaring is brought to life in over 100 feet of murals extensively researched and created by painter Grace Brigham.

Watch a slide show chronicles the maple sugaring process on a Vermont family farm.

Our collection of artifacts illustrate how Maple Syrup has been produced and handled historically.

At the museum, antique historical photos tell the early history in black and white.

At the museum, antique historical photos tell the early history in black and white.

At the museum, antique historical photos tell the early history in black and white.

At the museum, antique historical photos tell the early history in black and white.

At the museum, antique historical photos tell the early history in black and white.

A visual taste of maple sugaring.

A visual taste of maple sugaring.

A visual taste of maple sugaring.

A visual taste of maple sugaring.

A visual taste of maple sugaring.

A visual taste of maple sugaring.

A visual taste of maple sugaring.