Discover shipwrecks, antique boats, nautical archaeology at LCMM’s family-friendly campus, seven scenic miles from Vergennes at 4472 Basin Harbor Road. Step aboard 1776 gunboat Philadelphia II. Enjoy art and photography exhibits, Special Events, boat rides, museum store. Open daily late May through mid-October. Picnic, or dine at Red Mill Restaurant. Information and schooner Lois McClure itinerary: www.lcmm.org or (802) 475-2022.
Fourteen exhibit buildings and replica historic vessels on the waterfront. Hazelett Watercraft Center celebrates the craftsmanship of wooden boats, canoes and kayaks. Boat ride available daily. Special shipwreck tours allow you to explore a shipwreck via remotely operated camera - without getting wet!
Enhance your visit - watch for Special Events, Guest Speakers, Courses and Workshops.
Season and Hours Open
Late May through mid-October; Daily 10am-5pm
Don't Miss This When Visiting
- Step aboard full-sized replica 1776 gunboat Philadelphia II.
- Conservation Lab where nautical archaeologists treat artifacts recovered from Lake Champlain and beyond.
- Changing exhibits - art, photography, archaeology and more.
- Ice yacht Storm King towers 35 feet above other highlights of our boat collection.
- Discover the vibrant Native culture in the Champlain Valley - past, present and future.
Related Sites Or Experiences
Champlain Valley Tarnsportation Museum Plattsburgh, NY
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Identify And Describe The Management Organization
Lake Champlain Maritime Museum is a 501(c)3 non-profit educational organization founded in 1985 to preserve and share the rich maritime heritage of the Champlain Valley. LCMM has grown from a one-room schoolhouse to a world-class nautical archaeological research center with a lakeside campus of eighteen buildings, a fleet of full-sized and operational replica vessels, and a staff including nautical archaeologists, educators, boat builders and curators.
Suggested Further Reading
Learn more about the Lake Champlain Maritime Museum online at www.lcmm.org. Find us on Facebook and YouTube.
Tours Are Offered
Site is Child-friendly
Site is Pet-friendly