- Brandon History including industry, business, architecture, tourism, and immigration
- The anti-slavery movement and how it grew in one small Vermont town
- The story of Stephen A. Douglas, one of America’s most prominent 19th century statesmen
- A study of the impact of the Civil War on this town and her people
- A study of this first generation Vermont home, built in 1802 and the birthplace of Douglas, and how it changed over its +200 year
- Hundreds of old Brandon photos
- Stories reflecting the lives and thoughts of some of Brandon’s earliest residents
- Items manufactured in Brandon
The Brandon Museum opened in 2010 in the historic Stephen A Douglas Birthplace. It is located on Route 7, next to the Baptist Church at the corner of Routes 7 and 73 West. The street address is 4 Grove St. The Brandon Museum is open Monday-Saturday from mid-May through mid-October from 11 am – 4 pm. If you have a group or special request to visit the museum, please contact us and we will try to accommodate you.
The Stephen A Douglas Birthplace also houses the Brandon Visitor Center, which is open daily 8 am – 6 pm, 365 days a year. The Visitor Center has a public restroom and complimentary DSL Wi-Fi. The Visitor Center only allows access to the Museum between the hours of 11 am – 4 pm from mid-May through mid-October. The Visitor Center is full of maps, brochures and information. Handicapped accessible.
For more information about The Brandon Museum or the Stephen A Douglas Birthplace, contact the Brandon Area Chamber of Commerce at 802-247-6401 or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org