1171 Main St.
Nonprofit public library and art gallery, founded in 1871. The gallery is a jewel box of Hudson River School masterpieces, including Albert Bierstadt's epic "Domes of the Yosemite." The library hosts frequent lectures on the humanities, author events, children's story time, and offers full library services.
1052 Portland St.
Learn about Maple Grove Farms of Vermont and the George C. Cary, the company and man that made this town the "Maple Center of the World." Today, the factory is still among the largest packagers of maple products in the world. At the on-site museum and gift shop, taste all grades of pure maple syrup, enjoy maple cremes (in season), and watch videos covering the history of the plant, and the sugaring process.
115 Eastern Ave.
NOTICE: The Art Center is temporarily closed. Visit their temporary box-office and gallery on Railroad Street.
Full-service arts center that offers foreign and independent films, contemporary arts exhibitions in two galleries, live performances, children's programming, and a regional box office for more than 40 organizations.
17 Eastern Ave.
First-run, 4-screen movie theater in downtown St. J. Daily matinees and evening showings, and delicious popcorn that can be topped with local Cabot Creamery butter! You can also purchase shakes or ice cream sundaes at the next-door YUMMIES @ The Star to enjoy while you enjoy the show.
1302 Main St.
A cabinet-of-curiosities style natural history museum founded in 1889, featuring permanent and rotating collections and hands-on STEM learning. The museum houses Vermont's only public planetarium, with daily shows of the cosmos. The museum is also home to the "Eye on the Sky" weather forecast, heard daily on Vermont Public radio.
Clay'n Around Pottery Studio
443 Railroad St.
A new boutique pottery studio in the heart of the downtown, sign up for intimate classes, workshops, or purchase a membership to receive access to studio equipment. Advance reservations are required.
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St. Johnsbury is home to several performing arts, lecture, and exhibition series. Click below to find details for the KCP Presents series, St. J Art on the Street, NEK Classical Series, Vermont Humanities First Wednesdays, and much, much, more.