Lanpher Memorial Library


The Lanpher Memorial Library provides quality materials and services which fulfill the educational, informational, cultural, and recreational needs of the entire community in an atmosphere that is welcoming, respectful, and businesslike. It also serves as a center for sharing skills and ideas and for fostering community spirit.

141 Main Street
Hyde Park, VT 05655 

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Noyes House Museum

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Morristown Historical Society’s Noyes House Museum preserves and exhibits 19th and early 20th century life in Morrisville, VT. Explore historic rooms and changing exhibits in one of Morrisville’s first homes. The museum’s collection includes furniture, tools, textiles, military objects, clothing, photographs, pottery, folk and fine art.

122 Lower Main Street
Morrisville, VT 05661 

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Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum


Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum creates visually stimulating, historically in-depth exhibits that fulfill the mission to collect, preserve and celebrate Vermont’s skiing and snowboarding history.

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Since 1988, the Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum has been dedicated to collecting, preserving and celebrating the rich history of skiing and riding in Vermont.

The Museum Today: The museum’s mission is “to collect, preserve, and celebrate Vermont’s skiing and snowboarding history!”

Since 2002, the museum collection has more than doubled. There are approximately 8,000 individual items preserved by the Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum. Ski equipment includes about 275 pairs of boots, 400 pairs of skis, 100 pairs of poles, 55 pairs of climbing skins, 60 loose bindings for both cross country and downhill skiing, and lots of the carrying equipment — bags, boot trees and ski racks.

Mechanical equipment, the smallest collection at about 75, includes large items necessary for the operations of ski areas such as snow making equipment, lifts, communication equipment, and race timing devices. Most of this is the first timing equipment ever used in Vermont, perhaps in the United States, including the first electronic eye that starts and stops timing based on motion.

P.O Box 1511
Stowe, VT 05672 

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