Rokeby Museum | Ferrisburgh, VT

Rokeby Museum

4334 Route 7
Ferrisburgh, VT 05456
Click here for phone number(s) Local: 802-877-3406


The Rokeby Museum tells the story of the four generations of the Robinson family, and of Vermont & New England social history from the 1790s to 1961.

Rokeby was one of the most prosperous farms in the Champlain Valley by the mid-nineteenth century, and the best documented stop on the Underground Railroad in Vermont and, probably, the country.

The Rokeby Museum is a stop on the Vermont African American Heritage Trail.

Hours & More Info

The site includes a house fully furnished with family belongings spanning more than 200 years and eight outbuildings, all of which are open to view. Rokeby is open from mid-May to mid-October each year. Due to Covid19 - re-opening July 1, 2020.

HOUSE TOURS - Not available in 2020 due to Covid19
The house may be seen by guided tour only in groups limited to twelve. Tours last about 45 minutes and are offered at 11:00, 12:30, and 2:00 Thursday through Sunday.

$10 for adults
$9 for seniors 
$8 for studentsstudents
Free for children 4 and under.

The outbuildings and several-acre farmstead surrounding the house may be seen by self-guided tour. Permanent exhibits are located in the outbuildings, and an audiotape tour is also available

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