2019 Vermont Tourism Network Guide

– 43 – CENTRAL VERMONT Visit VermontTourismNetwork.com for more information about Vermont and these businesses. AttrActiOn Rokeby Museum National Historic Site, Ferrisburgh Rokeby Museum presents the stories of four generations of Quakers who, from 1793 to 1961, lived and worked at Rokeby as farmers, abolitionists, artists, writers and active members of their community. The historic house – fully furnished with 200 years of belongings – offers an intimate glimpse into family life, complete with challenges and rewards that illustrate major themes of Vermont history on a personal level. Eight historic farm buildings set in a pastoral landscape dotted with old wells, stone walls, and historic orchards invite leisurely investigation. Galleries in the Museum’s education center include the museum’s award-winning multi-media exhibit Free & Safe: the Underground Railroad in Vermont , which explores the stories of fugitives from slavery who lived and worked at Rokeby, and the family’s connections with the national abolitionist movement. Each season a special exhibit draws on the museum’s remarkable collection of art, decorative arts, furniture and extensive historic documents and letters. Guided tours can be tailored to your group’s special interests; gallery talks with the curator and catering are available by prearrangement Dates of Operation: Group tours available by reservation only fromMay to November, with a 15 person minimum for $8.00 per person; driver & guide’s admission is complimentary. Contact Information: Catherine Brooks, Rokeby Museum, 4334 Rte. 7, Ferrisburgh, VT 05456 • (802) 877-3406 director@rokeby.org or tours@Rokeby.org • www.rokeby.org  AttrActiOn Stone Revival Gallery &Gift Shop Pittsfield/Stockbridge The ideal Vermont Stop for your Motorcoach Tour On the picturesque Route 100 Byway with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains, a Sculpture Garden & Studio and Gift Shop showcasing Vermont artisan crafts, artwork and collectibles, hand-made jewelry and quilts and wood-crafts. The featured artist is M. Julian Isaacson, a Vermont native and master sculptor in marble and hardwoods. His sculpture carvings, custom tiles and fine art are showcased throughout. Located at the intersection of Route 100 and Route 107, a perfect stop on way to and from many popular group destinations including Woodstock and Quechee, Montpelier and Waterbury. Special Experience: Watch Julian at work in the outside sculpture studio. Summer: Enjoy a picnic with boxed lunches direct from our kitchen. Fall: Take in the glorious foliage. Dates of Operation: May 1 – Oct 31 Tuesday – Saturday, 11:00am to 5:00 pm (Monday by Reservation). Nov 1 – April 30 Tuesday – Saturday, 11:00 am to 5:00 pm (Sunday &Monday by Reservation) Group Policy and Rates: Reservation recommended. Visit can include boxed lunches with advance reservation. Driver and escort receive a complimentary meal. Ample parking and ground level for ease of access, with ADA bathroom facilities. Contact: Lee Ann Isaacson, proprietor, 1354 VT Route 100, Stockbridge VT 05772 • 802-746-8110 leeann.isaacson@stonerevival.com • www.stonerevival.com 