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Don't Miss These 6 Museums

Don’t Miss These 6 Museums
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by in May 2008

Vermont
Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium.

The Fairbanks has remained largely unchanged since the late 1800s. This hall of curiosities holds a mummified cat, a painting composed entirely of bugs, and more mounted animals than you can count. If not the largest collection of Victorian-era taxidermy in New England, it’s certainly the most cramped. Bears, sharks, and the obligatory moose stand shoulder to shoulder, towering over the museum’s younger visitors. Your children will be either captivated or terrified, but we guarantee they won’t be bored. Mon.-Sat. 9-5, Sun. 1-5; closed Mon. mid-Oct. to mid-Apr.; $6, seniors and ages 5-17 $5, under 5 free. Call or visit Web site for planetarium schedule; $5.
1302 Main St., St. Johnsbury
802-748-2372;
fairbanksmuseum.org

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One Response to Don’t Miss These 6 Museums

  1. Robert Burgess February 8, 2013 at 12:52 am #

    Union Maine home of the Matthews Museum of Maine Heritage also on the end of the building is the Moxie Museum home of the big tall moxie bottle and a lot more moxie stuff Union is the birthplace of the inventor of moxie
    the second weekend in July (sat) is the Moxie festival parade big
    Both have websites

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