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Museum Opening Day

Rokeby Museum opens for the season on May 25! To celebrate the start of the 2024 season, admission will be half-price on this day only. Rokeby History Site Tours are at 11:00 am and 2:00 pm.

Music with the Museum

Rokeby Museum is excited to host Music with the Museum, an evening of food and music with The Meat Packers! A silent auction will raise funds for the Museum’s educational programming during this event. Ferrisburgh Town Hall Community Center$30 Members, $45 Non-members

Sheep & Wool Day

Join us to celebrate Vermont’s wooly heritage! This family-friendly event will feature sheep petting (Hands and Heart Farm), kid’s crafts, historic spinning and weaving, printing press demonstrations (A Revolutionary Press), an Instrument Petting Zoo (Vermont Folk Life Center),... Read More


In celebration of Juneteenth, the Museum will be open FREE to the public. The historic house will be open for self-guided tours from 11 to 3. There are no public guided tours on this day. Free

Reading Frederick Douglass

Join the Museum for its annual reading of “What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?” by Frederick Douglass. The public is invited to read the pre-divided sections of the speech. FREE

Rokeby Theater Camp

Join Rokeby Museum for a two-week immersive experience like no other. Set on a serene, historic property, young people will lose themselves in another time as they gain valuable stage experience. This unique program combines aspects of art, outdoor education,... Read More

Event Series Free Storytime

Free Storytime — Accessibility!

Theme: Accessibility! People move around differently: we walk and use wheelchairs, walkers, and canes. We’ll discuss movement and what makes a building fair or unfair. Activities include reading aloud, discussion, and drawing. Rokeby offers FREE, anti-bias-themed family storytimes... Read More