Robinson Historic Home Backyard
Support Rokeby’s Mission

Rokeby Museum is a National Historic Landmark, designated for its exceptional Underground Railroad history. Guided by Rachel Gilpin and Rowland Thomas Robinson’s commitment to speaking truth to power, today’s Rokeby is committed to serving as a center for the exploration and discussion of contemporary social justice issues.

Guided tours, lectures, special events and education programs connect the lives of the Robinsons to current scholarship and current events. All are designed to educate, enlighten and inspire.

Rokeby Museum 2021–2023 Strategic Plan

In September of 2021, we launched a three-year strategic plan. The plan provides both a framework and vision for the museum’s future, a future that is relevant, resilient, and transparent. We are a site that enhances the history of Vermont and explores an inclusive telling of the American story. We envision a museum that is a center for excellence in education and acts as a place for discussions on contemporary social and racial issues. The strategic plan is a roadmap that enables the museum to fulfill its mission, and our staff and Board of Trustees are the navigators. 

Your support makes all this happen:

  • Preservation of Historic Structures
  • Collections Care and Management
  • School Programs
  • Lecture Programs
  • Special Events
  • Collaboration to Reach New Audiences

Sponsorships Opportunities

Become a supporter of Rokeby Museum’s mission through sponsorship of our exhibits, programs & events, educational initiatives, and historic site.