Robert Hull Fleming Museum
The Robert Hull Fleming Museum serves as a gateway for active cultural exchange and critical thinking in our communities and an essential learning resource for the University of Vermont. Through the experience of our diverse collection, dynamic exhibition schedule, and innovative educational programming, people of all ages are inspired to discover the arts and cultures of the world.
Welcome to the University of Vermont's Robert Hull Fleming Museum. Located in Burlington, the Fleming Museum is Vermont's leading museum of art and world cultures.
Since its opening in 1931, the Fleming Museum has brought world-class art and diverse visual culture to the people of northern New England. With a collection of 25,000 objects from cultures worldwide and nine special exhibitions annually, the Museum attracts visitors of all ages from throughout the region. Tourists from around the world who visit Vermont for its natural beauty are delighted to find a thriving cultural scene unfolding between the Green Mountains and the shores of Lake Champlain.
A collection of allot of stuff from different cultures. Just ok, nothing special.
Items on display were nice, some great history there, my problem is the workers sitting around in different rooms, one worker in particular was just rude to a young child because he put his hand on the statue, made it very unwelcoming. Otherwise the artifacts are very interesting.
Nice big space, always good to pop in (it's free for students)
Beautiful building and nice exhibits. The museum isn't huge but will still take a good 90 minutes to two hours to visit.
Amazing free museum of the arts. Often displaying amazing historic pieces brought in from all over the globe.