- Lake Champlain Maritime Museum
One of the largest collections of wooden shipwrecks in North America.
- Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium
Collections total over 160,000 accessioned objects, from natural history and ethnography to local and regional history.
- Vermont Crafts Council
Showcases the work of member artisans (sorted by name, media, or region) and provides links to crafts education, gallery, and Vermont travel resources.
- Vermont Council on the Humanities
Provides humanities and literacy programming in Vermont, including grants, book discussions, cultural tourism events, family literacy programs, and more.
- Vermont Festival of the Arts
Annual event of visual art, performance art, music, culinary, and literary festivities in Mad River Valley.
- VermontBridges Dot Com
Features include covered bridge news and views, preservation information, and links.
- Vermont in the Civil War
Includes unit rosters, histories, letters, journals, photographs, and a cemetery database.
- Vermont Association of Western Style Square Dance Clubs
Clubs, locations, and programs in Vermont, northern New England, and southern Quebec.
- Upper Valley Swing Dance Network
Dance and events calendar, instructor listings, and links to swing and ballroom dance related sites in Vermont and New Hampshire.
- Taking Care of Your Old Barn
Provides Vermont property owners with a basic guide to taking care of their historic barns and farm buildings. Includes a short history of barns, and other resources.
- Vermont Division for Historic Preservation
- Vermont Family History Research
Genealogy and history research, queries, old photos, the 1890 Veterans Census, online help, and books.
- Frog Hollow Vermont State Craft Centers
Nonprofit visual arts organization, which seeks to develop and strengthen the creation, appreciation and support of Vermont craft through education, sales, and exhibitions.
- Vermont Museum and Gallery Alliance
Consortium of Vermont museums, galleries, and historical societies which are open to the public on a regular basis, produce exhibits, hold collections, or provide educational programs.