Here Find Arts Galore!
Whether wandering through galleries and museums, their walls ablaze, or attending to the sweet strains of concert performances, or taking in dramatic dance or theater, the Manchester Region has a wealth of cultural pursuits to nurture your imagination and feed your spirit. Here find artists, craftspeople and cultural institutions showcasing the area’s creativity and history. Beyond the cultural organizations, the landscape itself is alive with lessons. Walk village streets lined with historic homes, visit artists in their studios, tour landmarks, come for craft fairs! There is so much to inspire, so much to enjoy!
Experience live local music all summer. Join us at Tuesday Concerts on The Green held each week from 6 – 8 pm. In case of rain, concerts will be held at Riley Rink – Hunter Park.
2012 Schedule- TBA
Some of our cultural highlights include: The Southern Vermont Arts Center showcasing the works of local artists in Yester House and rotating exhibits in the Wilson Museum.
Hildene, the Lincoln Family Home, offers tours of the family home built by Robert Todd Lincoln, oldest and only surviving son of Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln. Enjoy beautiful gardens and walking trails on this 412 acre estate.
Robert Frost Stone House Museum showcasing the works of one of New England’s most revered poets.
The Manchester Music Festival offers classical performances throughout the year and special children’s programs.
Travel along the Vermont Marble Trail and capture the history of Vermont’s largest industry in the 19th and 20th century.
The Elaine Beckwith Gallery showcasing local and regional artists in the quaint village of Jamaica.
Tilting at Windmills Gallery showcasing international artists.
Take a Backroads Tour that allows you to enjoy our scenery and our history with an informed guide.