A bunch of virtual tours from Vermont:

Cold Hollow Sculpture Park in Enosburg:

Burlington City Arts in Burlington:

The Ethan Allen Firehouse is a community landmark in downtown Burlington. It was designed by local architect A.B. Fisher and completed in 1889. With an 85-foot bell tower, the Firehouse ranked as the tallest building in Burlington in 1889. It began its life as home to the Ethan Allen Engine Company No. 4, one of Burlington’s seven volunteer fire departments. In 1927, the Burlington Police Department took over the building for 40 years. After the police department moved to South Winooski Avenue in 1967, it was unoccupied for two years and fell into a state of disrepair. The building was scheduled for demolition in 1973 but community interest compelled the Board of Aldermen to stop the demolition plans and put those funds towards the stabilization of the building. A number of service operations took up residence there in the years that followed, including the offices of U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy, and the University of Vermont’s Church Street Center. BCA first began developing the concept of an arts center in 1995, soon after the Firehouse Gallery moved into half of the ground floor. The Ethan Allen Firehouse was selected for this concept.

In 1999, the City Council voted to transform the firehouse into the Firehouse Center for the Visual Arts. BCA hired an architect for the renovation and in the spring of 2001, they began construction. After a few months progress stopped when a large crack developed on the north wall and the building sank by about 4 inches (100 mm). After much stabilization, construction resumed. To complete the renovation, Shelburne Museum returned the original bell back to the Firehouse tower. The BCA Center (formerly Firehouse Center for the Visual Arts) opened to the public in 2002.

Fleming Museum of Art in Burlington:

Vermont Historical Society Museum in Montpelier

Montpelier Capitol Building

Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium in St. Johnsbury

Middlebury College Museum in Middlebury

Henry Sheldon Museum in Middlebury: The museum was created by Henry Sheldon, an educator and historian, in 1882 focusing on his private collections and the history of the state of Vermont. 

Hall Art Foundation in Reading

Vermont was very enthralling.

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