Located in Proctor, Vermont, The Vermont Marble Museum tells the story of what was once the largest marble company in the world and one of Vermont's most important industries. The Vermont Marble Company had an enormous impact on the built…
The Museum includes Large panels of marble from the Vermont Marble Company’s quarries in Vermont and elsewhere, an exhibit on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, The Hall of Presidents, The Geology Room and more.
After a two-and-a-half year process, the Trust is pleased to announce the completion of the acquisition of the Vermont Marble Museum in Proctor, Vermont.
A short film about what the Vermont Marble Company was, and what the Vermont Marble Museum could be -- with your help.
Reportedly the largest museum in the world dedicated to the production of marble, the Vermont Marble Museum is located in what was once the main manufacturing plant of the Vermont Marble Company.