Vermont Archaeology Month

The 15th - 16th century Colchester jar. Courtesy of Flemng MuseumCheck out our Calendar of Events and our Bonus Offers! An entire month of archaeology and history! Participate in digs, walking tours, talks, exhibits, and other hands-on fun and learning throughout the month. More than thirty programs are scheduled and most events are free. Vermont Archaeology Month showcases our remarkable history and priceless sense of place, while also providing interesting and fun educational and outdoor recreation opportunities. Learn more about the 14th - 16th century Colchester pot, illustrated above, at several of the Archaeology Month events (photo courtesy of Fleming Museum).

There’s something for everyone. For example, learn about Abenaki history from Vermont’s “First” women. You wanted to be an archaeologist when you grew up but life got in the way? Now’s your chance to get your hands dirty digging with archaeologists and volunteers. Or, release your inner child and try your hand at throwing an atlatl. Your kids may love it, even if you’re too shy.  

Over 30 events across the state.  Find all the details in the Vermont Archaeology Month Events Calendar

Join our Vermont archaeology community and follow us on Facebook  for up-to date information and to be part of the fun. 

Events List for Your Fridge Door [ link to PDF]

Promotional card for Vermont Archaeology MonthBonus Offers if you see our Rack Card!  Hope you read it too and attend some of the great events!

2 for 1 Admission: Pick up this Rack Card somewhere in Vermont and present it at any Vermont State Historic Site in September

OR:

Email us at ACCD.ArchaeologyCenter@state.vt.us for a free booklet on Vermont archaeology!

Thanks to the generous support of our organizational sponsors!

And we thank Mimi Baird for her individual support.

The re-constructed, 3,000 year old Swanton pot, on exhibit at the Vermont Archaeology Heritage Center

The re-constructed, 3,000 year old, Swanton pot, on exhibit at the Vermont Archaeology Heritage Center.