Whether politics, history, geology, or just the milky white beauty of the marble interests you, the Vermont Marble Museum has something for every age.

What you can see at the Vermont Marble Museum

The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier exhibit and the story behind the Tomb's production, which was carved right here in Proctor, VT in 1931. Visit the Hall of Presidents, the Geology room with interactive displays, the Movie Theater featuring "America's Eternal Flame: The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier", the Resident Artist & Sculpture Gallery where you can try your hand at sculpting marble, and over 100 exhibits. Finish your experience with a picnic at the scenic Sutherland Falls Quarry or on the quaint Green in Proctor.

The Vermont Marble Museum is located at 52 Main Street, Proctor, Vermont  05765. 800-427-1396 or 802-459-2300 or online at vermont-marble.com. The Museum is open 10 am to 4:30 pm, Monday through Saturday, and Sundays also in September and October.

Extra benefit

The Vermont Marble Museum is part of The Vermont Marble Trail, a driving tour along the geological marble corridor running the length of western Vermont. Tourists and residents alike will find a wealth of historical, artistic and cultural experiences as they visit towns and villages where marble was quarried, manufactured and utilized.  For more information and a free download of the Trail Guide, visit Dimensions of Marble online. 

 Normal admission charges:

Adults $7.00 Seniors $5.00 Teens $4.00 Children FREE