Then we went to the Shelburne Museum in Shelburne, VT. I must say, it was the most varied and eclectic museum I've ever been to. There was a round shaker barn, which housed an exhibit of quilts dedicated to Alzheimer's.
There was a merry-go-round........
Which Hubby enjoyed.
There was an actual steamboat that used to run on Lake Champlain. You could go inside and tour the whole ship.
And then there were other buildings that housed 1800's doctor's office, pharmacy, old tools, displays of 1800's housing and barrel-making, etc. There was also an exhibit of Ansel Adams photographs. We toured the buildings all afternoon and had to rush to fit in the last few houses before the place closed at 5pm. It was fun and interesting and very diverse!
After that we took the ferry over to Plattsburgh for dinner.