“Lift Every Voice” Exhibition

Lift Every Voice Exhibition, Extended to July 21, 2023

May 13–July 21, 2023 — “Lift Every Voice,” is an exhibition of 15 hooked rugs reproduced from the “I Am a Black Woman” series by Elizabeth Catlett. 14 American and Canadian women collaborated on hooking the series of block prints that Catlett first produced in Mexico City in 1947. We are pleased to announce that this exhibit has been extended until July 21, 2023!

Rokeby Theater Camp

Rokeby Theater Camp

Join us July 10–21 for a two-week, immersive experience in theater, history and nature! Campers will lose themselves in another time as they revel, learn, and build their own original play, based on the historical themes of Rokeby’s history. The weeklong day-camp culminates with a performance on Friday for families & guests.

Free & Safe: The Underground Railroad in Vermont

This stunning exhibit chronicles the stories of Simon and Jesse, two fugitives from slavery who found shelter at Rokeby in the 1830s. Free & Safe traces their stories from slavery to freedom, introduces the abolitionist Robinsons who called Rokeby home, and explores the turbulent decades leading up to the Civil War.

Historic Robinson Home

The Robinson House

The historic home tour is an intimate experience, during which visitors encounter the stories of all four generations of the Robinsons on their own terms — and in their own spaces. Guided tours of the historic home and outbuildings are available Friday–Monday, with tours at 11 am and 2 pm. Tours last approximately one hour.