Built in 1931 to house the University of Vermont’s growing collection of art and artifacts, the Robert Hull Fleming Museum, a stunning example of Colonial Revival architecture, is today home to 25,000 objects spanning the globe and human history. The Fleming Museum includes sculpture from west and central Africa, 19th century American landscape paintings, pre-historic archeological objects, and a variety of other objects and exhibits representing the diverse range of human civilizations throughout millennia. Every year they also display an impressive series of nine special exhibitions. Be sure not to miss their exciting cultural events either – everything from film screenings, to art workshops, to fascinating lecture series.
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