Birds of Vermont Museum


900 Sherman Hollow Road, Huntington, VT 05462 Visit Website | 802-434-2167 |


Ages: Kinder, Kids, Tweens, Teens, Toddlers Cost: Adult: $9 | Senior $6 | Child (3-17) $4.50 | Under 3 free Parking: Yes

The Birds of Vermont Museum exhibits over 500 life-like woodcarvings of birds, and offers activities, bird walks, an annual art show (kids welcome!), carving classes, hiking trails, a gift shop, and other events. The museum exists to share love and knowledge of birds, their habitats, and our connections.

Schools are welcome to plan a field trip to the museum. There are 100 acres at the museum and trails to provide plenty of outdoor learning.


May 1 - October 31: Open Wednesday - Sunday 10-4
November 1 - April 30: By appointment, please call or email




    3 reviews
    • November 2, 2020
      "From a hikers perspective I recently visited with my 4 year old only to do the hiking trails. Not another soul was around which can be hard to find on trails in VT. What a great place to be for a quiet social distancing outing. The lower trails were fairly easy for my daughter and the higher we went the more she enjoyed the gradual slope not too bad for adults. There are also two long bridges that got her attention and she couldn't wait to check for trolls under them. Allinall a good few hours out and about. We'll definitely return throughout the seasons."
      - wheresashbabe
    • September 21, 2010
      "We love the Birds of VT museum! The wood carvings are beautiful. My toddler loved looking at the wooden birds as well as the bird feeder viewing window. There is also a really great short hike to a small pond across the street."
      - Amylynn80
    • September 15, 2010
      "Although interesting from an adult perspective, this was not a great venue for the kids. They were wondering why the birds were not moving they were 2 12 and 5 12 at the time. One could see how a venue like this might readily appeal to an adult who was into woodcarving, but for the kids the Audubon Center just up the road is a much better bet."
      - CouncilorAdrian

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