Sharing the story of Woodstock through exhibits, lectures, workshops, community outreach, publications, and educational programming.
The Woodstock History Center, located in the heart of the village, celebrates the evolution of Woodstock over the past two hundred and fifty years. Visitors may tour the museum and view several new exhibitions each year. In addition to its museum, the History Center features an extensive library where researchers are welcome to view historical and genealogical information. For those who prefer the outdoors, our grounds include perennial gardens and a beautiful back lawn with a view of Woodstock Village's only covered bridge.
Fashion historian Samuel Neuberg will provide a visual survey that shows how the 19th-century silhouette in women’s fashion evolved. He will illustrate his talk using items that he and costume curator Rachel Kurland have selected from the Woodstock History Center’s collection.
Join historian Charlie Cogbill to learn about Vermont’s early forests as he talks about his ongoing research to determine historic markers (witness trees) that occur in our landscape. Free.
Yvonne Dailey will lead a workshop in which she explains how to use techniques for weaving historical, scientific, and cultural information into writing. Free, but pre-registration is required as space is limited.