Theatre performances usually include a theme of political satire with visiting poets and speakers, a variety of exhibits, live music, complimentary fresh-baked breads, and of course, those giant puppets. The Museum provides guided tours and also sells artwork, tapes, prints, and music.
The Bread & Puppet Museum is located on Route 122 in the northeastern Vermont town of Glover. Most travelers take Exit 25 off of I-91 in Barton, Vermont, then drive south on Route 15 to Route 122. Vermont's beautiful mountain scenery makes for a very pleasant drive to visit this unique New England Museum and Theatre.
For additional information and a season performance schedule, contact Museum Director, Peter Schumann at 802-525-3031. Sorry, alcoholic beverages and pets are not permitted on the premises. Admission is by donation. The Bread and Puppet Museum is open year round.
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