I have come here every time we've visited since when I moved as a kid. It never gets old and I can always find something new, in addition to the old favorites like maple candy. Love the addition of the big maple jug out front for picture opportunities!
This is a great place to learn about the Maple Syrup industry of NE and especially Vermont. We really enjoyed our time here. Great location for picking up some gifts for friends and family as well. Just a suggestion from me... Find the book named, "Moose on Carrara's Mountain" and buy it for your children. It is a great true... 更多
Very educational visit on tapping maple trees...40 gallon sap makes 1 gallon...never knew that..the video shows what this industry is all about...
The Maple Museum not only offers the history and education of creating syrup from sweetwater, but also has an extensive gift shop stuffed with everything Maple. You'll be surprised! The store's inventory contains more than the sweet stuff, many local artists are also represented.
Little museum with lots of information attached to a store where you can get all kinds of maple products. The museum is nice, only a bit cold (we were the only visitors), about the history of maple syrup, how it's discovered and how they collect it and fabricate it into the sweetener you use for your pancakes and so on.... 更多
What a little cute, charming, cozy place to learn about the history of the maple syrup. I highly recommend the tour as the props are beyond adorable and you'll come out with a much greater appreciation for the syrup. They also have lots of different types of syrup you can taste for free!
Wow - Initially, I did not want to stop I here, but I am thrilled I did. The museum is small and the staff is warm, knowledgable and enthusiastic. I have a total appreciation for all things maple syrup now. They have a wonderful tasting set up and the gift store is tiny but packs a strong NE punch.
Loved this place, cute, charming - lovely staff. I arrived late, and found the place still open as they had kept it open late for a buss load of tourists - now that's service!