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New England Maple Museum

4578 US Route 7

A trip to Vermont is not complete without a visit to the New England Maple Museum! Nestled in the foot hills of the Green Mountains, the museum is conveniently located on Route 7 in Pittsford, just outside the village.

The Museum and Gift Shop are  OPEN 7 DAYS from 10-4 

Learn about the history of maple syrup,  taste some samples and YES, purchase some to take home with you! We look forward to your visit. The Blanchard Family


Angela Blake

Tuesday, July 10, 2018
Great self guided tour about maple syrup and how it's made. Not too long but not too short either. Friendly and helpful staff! Lots of trinkets, souvenirs and delicious products; maple syrup, jams, jellies, mustards, honey, etc! Love the tasting room so you can be sure to bring home exactly what you like! And don't forget a maple creemee for the road! Yum!

Linda Bryant

Wednesday, June 27, 2018
The name would indicate this is JUST a museum, but it oh-so-much-more. They have a gift shop where you can buy anything maple and other gifts, a sampling room, and great photo opportunities. A can't miss on your visit to Vermont.

Andy F.

Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018
Great products a little pricey. The tour is just a movie.

Jo Peachey

Friday, June 15, 2018
What a gem. Loved it. So interesting, tasty and fun!

Ted Larsen

Friday, March 16, 2018
Funny little spot on route 7. Been into JR'S and this place since 1991. Always consistent , with some interesting food item to take home as a gift. The spices you will not find elsewhere, so give them a try. Museum is worth the tour.

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