Hours & Admission
|Winter Hours: November through April||
Open by appointment only due to no heat in the exhibit space. Please be forewarned that you’ll want your coat & gloves!
|Summer Hours: May through October||
During the summer, we’re open daily from 10am – 5pm! (Weekends and Holidays Included)
|Seniors (65 and over)||$7.00|
|Children under 6||FREE|
Exhibits, museum shop and rest rooms are wheelchair accessible, and a wheelchair is available for our visitors to use. If you have special needs, please call ahead to let us know how we can best accommodate you. Handicapped parking is available in the front of the building.
Location & Directions
196 Main Street
PO Box 679
Windsor, VT 05089
Windsor is located on Route 5, between exits 8 and 9 off Interstate 91. The American Precision Museum is located on Route 5 (Main St.), at the south end of Windsor Village, just south of the stoplight at the intersection of Main and Union/Bridge streets.
**This program is currently suspended until the Vermont order to restrict gatherings is lifted. Updated 3-30-20**
Please reserve in advance so we can meet your group upon arrival.
Motorcoach & Adult Groups: $6.00 per person
10 people required for group rate. Group leaders and motorcoach drivers receive complimentary admission.
School Groups: $4.00 per student, teachers & adult chaperones receive complimentary admission.
Please contact us to plan a customized tour for your group’s interests and needs. Special behind-the-scenes tours are priced accordingly, and are in addition to the individual group rate.
You may pay in advance with credit card over the phone, or on arrival with cash, check or credit card.
There are many fine attractions in our area—and two are located within walking distance of the American Precision Museum.
The Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge, originally built in 1866 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places is the longest historic wooden covered bridge in the United States and the longest two-span covered bridge in the world.
The Old Constitution House, located on Main Street in the center of Windsor, is the birthplace of Vermont. On July 8, 1777, the first Constitution of the “Free and Independent State of Vermont” was adopted in what was then Elijah West’s tavern. The noteworthy constitution was the first in America to prohibit slavery and the first to establish universal suffrage for men without the requirements of property ownership or specific income for voting rights. The Vermont Constitution was also the first to establish a system of public schools.
Be sure to check out other nearby attractions:
- Artisans Park
- Billings Farm and Museum
- Cider Hill Gardens
- Dartmouth College
- Harpoon Brewery
- Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College
- Hopkins Center for the Arts, Dartmouth College
- King Arthur Flour
- Marsh-Billings Rockefeller National Historical Park
- Montshire Museum of Science
- Northern Stage
- Path of Life Sculpture Garden
- Quechee Gorge
- Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site
- Simon Pearce
- Sugarbush Farm
- Vermont Institute of Natural Science
- Windsor Public Library
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