The Saint Albans Museum offers customized experiences for educational, civic, and social groups designed to meet your interests and goals. Guided tours are available, and your visit includes a special admission discounts for all participants.
- School & Homeschool Groups
- Bus Tours
- Scouts & Clubs
- Adult & Senior Learners
We can also arrange a visit to your classroom or organization.
Our archives and exhibits are especially strong in the following areas/themes:
- Life in St. Albans during the 19th Century
- Transportation in Vermont & New England: St. Albans, the Rail City
- Vermonters at War, including the St. Albans Raid
- Politics & Civic Life, featuring the Smith Family
- Economic, Medical & Social History: Regional businesses and merchants, local hospitals and practitioners, Lake Champlain, immigration, French-Canadian heritage, and more!
Educational programming is funded in part by The Leadem Family Foundation, in memory of St. Albans natives Susan Rheaume Jordan and Roger M. Rheaume – and the Stranahan Trust (Advisor: Janet Seymour) of the Vermont Community Foundation. Additional support is provided by the Champlain Valley National Heritage Partnership. Thanks to SAM’s 2019 program series sponsor: Peoples Trust Co.