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Open seasonally, June - October. Discover 200+ years of community history in the Saint Albans Museum, including displays and exhibits related to the military, political, social, and economic heritage of Franklin County and northern Vermont. You may...more
The Museum houses several exhibition rooms - medical - trains - military - cinema - inventions in the area. The docents are amazing and can answer any tourist questions. Free Parking in St. Albans is an asset to a trip. You have two hours free...More
Building is filled with history of St Albans Railroads when St Albans was a very busy railroad city. Also has Doctors office and school from the early 1900's. If you are here for the maple festival it is a nice place to take your children...More
We stopped by here to learn more about the Civil War Confederate Raid on Saint Albans on October 19, 1864. We were met at the door by our docent and museum board member, Patty. Patty was extremely friendly and knowledgeable about all aspects of the...More
This museum is quaint and small but holds a surprisingly large amount of history. Not only does it address the St. Albans raid which occurred in the Civil War, it explores military history, medical history and local history which includes the importance of the railroads...More
Very nice, old, refurbished building. I would picture a small wedding reception, Taylor park is across the street which would be an additional perk for pictures! Another plus, there is a convenient elevator!
Fun place to spend the mid-afternoon! Learned a lot about this wonderful town. Evidently there was a group of Confederate soldiers who raided across the border from Montreal during the civil war. They robbed banks and stole horses in an effort to distract the federal...More
I lived in St. Albans in 2002-2003. A curious find is a collection of early x-ray tubes! These tubes are owned by a local university. I am interested as I served in Vietnam in 1967 as a Medic taking X-Rays!