Exhibits

The Fabric of EmancipationAmassed and Up-ended: Decoding the Legacy of StuffYours in the Cause: Faces of Radical Abolition

Rokeby Museum offers visitors three exhibit experiences

Free & Safe: The Underground Railroad in Vermont is a permanent installation on the second floor of the Education Center.

A new, temporary exhibit is crafted each year to explore some aspect of the site’s history and to showcase part of the Museum’s rich and diverse collection. Seasonal exhibits are mounted in the Jane Williamson Gallery.

Most of the Museum’s collection is on permanent “exhibit” in the Historic Robinson Home. Its seven rooms are densely furnished with furniture, textiles, lighting, books, photographs, and art — and all owned by the Robinsons.

Due to ongoing preservation work in 2021, tours of the historic home are not available at this time, but outside guided site tours are available every Friday–Monday, 11 am and 2 pm OR by appointment. Tours last about 45 minutes.

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Rokeby Museum’s Visitor Center and Historic Farm Buildings are open for the season.