Summer: Friday & Saturday 10am-4pm (June-August)
Fall: Saturday 10am-4pm (September-October)
Donation for Admission:
Reservations are not required to visit the museum during regular operating hours; however, we recommend reservations for large groups or school groups. You may also request a special tour of the museum on days we are usually not open.
Take exit 10 of I89 in Waterbury, Vermont and proceed north on Route 100 towards Stowe. Remain on Route 100 north (driving through Waterbury Center and Stowe) for approximately 18.5 miles until you reach sign for the village of Morrisville. Turn right on Laporte Rd. The road bears to the left and becomes Lower Main Street. The museum is located on the left as you enter Morrisville on a sharp corner in the road that veers right.
From Route 15
Turn off Route 15 onto Route 100 south in Morrisville heading towards Stowe. At the stoplight turn left onto Bridge Street, and right onto Portland Street where you will stop at a four way stop in the heart of the village. Turn right onto Lower Main Street. The museum is located on the right as you leave the village on a sharp corner in the road that veers left.
The Noyes House Museum’s grounds are available for small group gatherings for a modest fee. Please contact us for more details.