Upcoming Activities at Rokeby Museum

Upcoming Activities at Rokeby Museum


Holiday Open House

Saturday, December 5th: 10:00 am–4 pm

  • Free Entry to Museum. 
  • Great deals in the Museum Shop. A limited number of Rokeby-sourced Holiday door swags and wreaths for sale!
  • Find a gift for everyone on your list and Support Rokeby Museum!

New Hours through December 6th

From October 31st to December 6th,
Rokeby Museum will be Open Weekends! 

“Our regular season ended on Sunday, October 25th with a closing reception for our seasonal exhibit Mending Fences: New Works by Carol MacDonald. However with COVID-19 preventing us from opening in May, we decided to keep Rokeby Museum open on weekends,” noted Director Dr. Lindsay Varner.

Visitors can view our exhibit Free & Safe, tour the farm’s outbuildings, and explore the trails on our 90-acre site. 

Admission to Rokeby is Free for members. For non-members it is $10 for adults; $9 for seniors; $8 for students and children 5+; and free for children 4 and under. Please note: face mask usage and physical distancing is currently required at Rokeby Museum.


Rokeby Virtual Winter Book Discussions

January–April, 2021

After the success of our virtual book-sharing discussion group last month, we’ve decided to start a Winter Season Book Group. Join us each month, January–April for FREE virtual discussions about four powerful books. Registration in advance is required. Books should be available in local libraries or can be purchased by the participants.

January 19, 2021
Stony the Road: Reconstruction, White Supremacy, and the Rise of Jim Crow
Henry Louis Gates, Jr.

February 23, 2021 (Black History Month)
Discovering Black Vermont: African American Farmers in Hinesburgh, 1790–1890
Elise Guyette

March 23, 2021 (Women’s History Month)
Holding Our World Together: Ojibew Women and the Survival of Community
Brenda J. Child

April 20, 2021
The Water Dancer
Ta-Nehisi Coates

Register Now

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As one of the best-documented Underground Railroad sites in the United States, Rokeby Museum is guided by Rachel Gilpin and Rowland Thomas Robinson’s commitment to speaking truth to power. We are committed to sharing the history of the Robinson family as abolitionists, advocates, artists, and agriculturalists. 

Your membership plays a vital role in the preservation and interpretation of a National Historic Landmark. Please consider joining or renewing today. 

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ROKEBY MUSEUM  •  Lindsay Varner, PhD, Director
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Rokeby Museum is open daily 10–5 from mid-May to late October