Ethan Allen Homestead Museum
Thirteen thousand years of human history occurred on the historic Burlington Intervale. On the bank overlooking the Winooski river, countless generations of indigenous people cultivated a life out of the wilderness, later, it was the home in which Ethan and Fanny Allen’s family from 1787 until Ethan’s death in 1789, and countless more people until 1981, when it became a museum. It is the very essence of the independent spirit that characterizes Vermont. The Museum is open to the public for tours six months of the year, it is the focus of school visits, living history events, and craft and trades demonstrations.
Is offered to Williston Residents- 20% discount off admission to the museum.
The discount is good from May 1- October 31, 2020.
A discount slip is required and can be obtained at the Rec. Dept
Discount slip has to be shown at the Museum Admission Desk or,
Tickets can be purchased online with a discount code at check out, which is on the slip.
Upcoming Events at the Museum:
Vermont Abenakis: A Living Heritage
May 2th and 3th 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
In celebration of Abenaki Recognition and Culture Week, join us as Abenaki citizens share their culture and traditions all weekend through presentations, films, ceremonies, and living history.
Ethan Allen Day: Living History Weekend
June 20th and 21st 10:00a.m. - 4:00p.m.
On June 23rd, 1775 Ethan Allen and Seth Warner testified before the Continental Congress, gaining recognition of the Green Mountain Boys as a Continental Regiment. The State of Vermont declares every June 23rd "Ethan Allen Day". Join us as re-enactors bring the Homestead to life with craft, trades, lifestyle, and military demonstrations all weekend.