Rokeby Museum | Ferrisburgh, VT

Rokeby Museum

4334 Route 7
Ferrisburgh, VT 05456
Click here for phone number(s) Local: 802-877-3406


The Rokeby Museum tells the story of the four generations of the Robinson family, and of Vermont & New England social history from the 1790s to 1961.

Rokeby was one of the most prosperous farms in the Champlain Valley by the mid-nineteenth century, and the best documented stop on the Underground Railroad in Vermont and, probably, the country.

The Rokeby Museum is a stop on the Vermont African American Heritage Trail.


Hours & More Info

The site includes a house fully furnished with family belongings spanning more than 200 years and eight outbuildings, all of which are open to view. Rokeby is open from mid-May to mid-October each year.

The house may be seen by guided tour only in groups limited to twelve. Tours last about 45 minutes and are offered at 11:00, 12:30, and 2:00 Thursday through Sunday.

$6 for adults
$4 for seniors and students
$2 for children 12 and under.

The outbuildings and several-acre farmstead surrounding the house may be seen by self-guided tour. Permanent exhibits are located in the outbuildings, and an audiotape tour is also available

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