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Geoffrey Stewart

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July 27

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We engage audiences in the stories of human ingenuity through the lens of manufacturing —learning from yesterday, exploring today, and imagining tomorrow.

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Open Every Day 10AM-5PM

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"Thank you for your important work. The more I read, the more my jaw drops by what I learn of the Windsor Armory, and the town of Windsor, too."

January 25, 2022

"Working at the American Precision Museum opened the door for me to talk to many professionals from the Manufacturing and Engineering fields. These insightful conversations helped me narrow down my career goals and focus my career path within Manufacturing as I went off to college. My time at APM prepared me to enter the workforce with first-hand knowledge and a network of contacts that will serve me well in the years to come."

-Paul, Intern

"Gracious, informative, and enjoyable.... We were last at the museum over 20 years ago when it was already impressive to manufacturing history fans like us, but you have made it relevant to a far broader, younger, and diversified audience."

Jeff T, June 2021

"I took my class here 'virtually' on a field trip. It was so cool to share the birth of modern manufacturing with my students. It's a fascinating place for anyone interested in making things."

Google Review, Feb 21

"The American Precision Museum is not (just) for Gear-Heads. ...I'm not a machinist, but wish every family could visit this, one of the few demonstrations of the underpinnings of the prosperity manufacturing created."

TripAdvisor, March 2020

"Thoroughly enjoyable and informative; I also appreciated how warmly children were received. Thank you!"

September 2, 2020

"Celebrations of inventions and past accomplishments, elements of generations of smart and determined people should serve as a reminder of the current and next generations of what can be accomplished if you research and work hard."

August 4, 2020

"A very unique museum that was very thought provoking. We enjoyed our time here. Thank you!"

July 3, 2020

"This place is amazing! STEM education is here to stay! Bringing ideas back to our Tech-Engineering and Math Classrooms!"

Paul & Betsy | Holden, MA

"Very educational and informative! I learned quite a bit about the history and processes of machining and manufacturing of products that helped shape America."

Frank | Charlotte, NC

"Engineering, history, economy. Real people stories, fun shopping… all in one place! Amazing! Thank you!"

Richard  |  Ontario, Canada

"My Dad worked at Cone Automatic for 42 years. I now have a better idea about what Precision Valley has meant to the history of machine manufacturing…wonderful display."

Tom | Spofford, NH

Thank you to Leif Johnson of Norwich Technologies for giving us a tour and a lesson about the new energy storage that Norwich Technologies is developing and testing right here in Windsor, VT. The staff of the American Precision Museum took a field trip recently thanks to Joel Stettenheim making this connection for us. We learned a lot!

Thank you to Leif Johnson of Norwich Technologies for giving us a tour and a lesson about the new energy storage that Norwich Technologies is developing and testing right here in Windsor, VT. The staff of the American Precision Museum took a field trip recently thanks to Joel Stettenheim making this connection for us. We learned a lot! ...

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Happy Fourth of July from all of us at the American Precision Museum! Today, we celebrate the craftsmanship and innovation that makes our country great. From the first machines made in the USA to the precision tools that built our nation, we're proud to be part of this tradition. Cheers to American-made excellence!

Made in the USA pictures are from artifacts in the collection. Which was difficult to find because most of our machines simply state the city they were made in. The USA part was assumed.

Happy Fourth of July from all of us at the American Precision Museum! Today, we celebrate the craftsmanship and innovation that makes our country great. From the first machines made in the USA to the precision tools that built our nation, we`re proud to be part of this tradition. Cheers to American-made excellence!

Made in the USA pictures are from artifacts in the collection. Which was difficult to find because most of our machines simply state the city they were made in. The USA part was assumed.
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