a WORLD of marble

a SOURCE of pride

a CENTER of discovery

a DISPLAY of beauty

a GIFT of distinction

a LINK to the past

The museum is now closed for renovations.

A Premier Vermont Attraction – The Vermont Marble Museum & Gift Shop

The Vermont Marble Museum is temporarily closed.  Obviously, the pandemic has had a tremendous impact, but we are also taking it as an opportunity.  Over the last few years we have been exploring the next steps in display and interpretation of our collection, as well as development of educational and research programming that would bring these resources to schools and college programs in Vermont.  The Preservation Trust of Vermont, which owns the building, has also been planning some building and HVAC renovations that will improve the visitor experience and better protect the collection, including a new roof and major building envelope work.  Since the ceiling of the museum is the roof of the building we are going to extend the closure through completion of that work and renewal of the exhibits. Stay tuned for updates!

Over 100 Exhibits!

  • Vermont and National Heritage
  • Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Exhibit
  • Hall of Presidents Exhibit
  • Interactive Education for Kids
  • Mineralogy and Geology
  • Immigrant and Industrial History
  • On-site Sculptor and Gallery
  • Air Conditioned Theater
  • Museum and Gift Shop

“Wonderful documentation in photos — amazing to see the grandeur of the mining of marble.” —Recent Visitor

Vermont Marble Museum
CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS. Vermont Attractions Association Member
52 Main Street, Proctor, VT 05765
(802) 552-0889

Accessible IconThe Museum is committed to accessibility for all visitors. For general access information, call (800) 427-1396, or e-mail info@vermontmarblemuseum.org.

  • CLOSED for RENOVATIONS

    CLOSED for RENOVATIONS

    The Vermont Marble Museum is temporarily closed.  Obviously, the pandemic has had a tremendous impact, but we are also taking it as an opportunity.  Over the last few years we have been exploring the next steps in display and interpretation of our collection, as well as development of educational and research programming that would bring […]- Read More »