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New England Maple Museum

Pittsford, VT
+1 800-639-4280
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Total WASTE of time and MONEY!

Five $5 to walk thru a nasty smelling old building of JUNK! Yes there are a few points of history... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Wayne F
Bear, Delaware
Great for the Un-initiated Syrup Lovers

This is a small museum, but it packs a lot of information about the history of Maple Syrup / Sugar... read more

Reviewed 7 June 2017
Jenny B
Melbourne, Australia
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Pittsford, VT
+1 800-639-4280
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Five $5 to walk thru a nasty smelling old building of JUNK! Yes there are a few points of history on written signs and even a few old sugar / maple making tools, however to ROB the public of Five $5 dollars and call this...More

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Reviewed 7 June 2017

This is a small museum, but it packs a lot of information about the history of Maple Syrup / Sugar and how the process has changed through the years. There are some things that are dated, but overall it gives a great over view and...More

Thank Jenny B
Reviewed 15 May 2017

Fairly expensive for a short stop but interesting enough. The shop is well stocked with o,empty of maple stuff. Got to taste four different maple syrups, excellent. There is a very good short movie about the maple process that is worth watching. Very helpful and...More

Thank Anthony S
Reviewed 17 April 2017 via mobile

We visited in April on a 65 degree day and paid $5/person for the self-guided tour. I could only stay in there for about 5 minutes because it was so COLD!! The museum had to be about 45 degrees!!! Then I bought some maple kettle...More

Thank NJRKate
Reviewed 20 November 2016 via mobile

I have come here every time we've visited since when I moved as a kid. It never gets old and I can always find something new, in addition to the old favorites like maple candy. Love the addition of the big maple jug out front...More

Thank CLFoxx
Reviewed 8 October 2016 via mobile

This is a great place to learn about the Maple Syrup industry of NE and especially Vermont. We really enjoyed our time here. Great location for picking up some gifts for friends and family as well. Just a suggestion from me... Find the book named,...More

Thank Tim F
Reviewed 27 August 2016

This is a charming museum that gives you the history and explains the process of sugar making in Vermont. The information is presented in a fun way which makes it easy to take in. It is fascinating and educational at the same time. At the...More

Thank mouseHerts
Reviewed 27 August 2016 via mobile

I learned so from this place and we crossed vermont. A cute kinda funky but informative museum to the process of collecting and sugaring this natural product. This sweet and tasty syrup has nothing added and tastes great. Michael, the owner, gave us much info....More

Thank Joyce H
Reviewed 1 August 2016

Very educational visit on tapping maple trees...40 gallon sap makes 1 gallon...never knew that..the video shows what this industry is all about...

Thank 1940dori
Reviewed 22 July 2016

Great tasting area- good products , t-shirts and goodies. Fun photo op in front with chairs and giant maple syrup jug

Thank Betsy448
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