Come See Us

Hours and Location

We are open Mon.-Sat 10–6:00, Sunday 11-5

The gallery is closed Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day. 

Directions

 

 

We’re at 1 The Green in beautiful Woodstock, VT. (The postal service and some navigation systems show it as 1 The GRN). We’re in the oldest building in the heart of historic Woodstock at the corner of Elm St. and Central St. near the Woodstock Inn.

There is on-street parking throughout Woodstock and public parking lots next to the Visitor Center and behind the Court House (on weekends).

About Woodstock, VT

Woodstock, Vermont, population 3,000, was the winner of a 1997 national contest conducted by the Ladies Home Journal magazine as the “Prettiest Town in America.”

It is home to Marsh-Billings National Park, the only working farm National Park and has three covered bridges. It is a visual town, with visitors coming by the busload to snap pictures. There’s lots more info about events and shopping at https://www.woodstockvt.com/.

From Frommer’s: For more than a century, the resort community of Woodstock has been considered one of New England’s most exquisite villages, and its attractiveness has benefited from the largesse of some of the country’s most affluent citizens. Even the surrounding countryside is, by and large, unsullied — it’s pretty difficult to drive to Woodstock via any route that isn’t pastoral and scenic, and by the time you’re here you’re already feeling as if you’re back in some other, slower-paced era. Few New England villages can top Woodstock for sheer grace and elegance; its tidy downtown is compact and neat, populated by galleries and boutiques. The lovely village green is surrounded by handsome homes, creating what amounts to a comprehensive review of architectural styles of the 19th and early 20th centuries, and you could literally throw a stone (but don’t) from the town center and hit a fine covered bridge. Read more: https://bit.ly/2VXqkyM