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The Museum of Everyday Life

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September 22, 2020
The Museum of Everyday Life is an ongoing revolutionary museum experiment based in Glover, Vermont. Its mission is a heroic, slow-motion cataloguing of the quotidian–a detailed, theatrical expression of gratitude and love for the miniscule and unglamorous experience of daily life in all its forms. …
September 2, 2020
Quirky museum, love the uniqueness of the topics and displays.
February 26, 2020
A celebration of mundane and ordinary things. Quirky, weird and perfect. I love this place. I really really love it.
Cheri And Doug
Cheri And Doug
February 17, 2020
Self guided.By suggested donation. Clare Dolan,has a very interesting way to educate, and celebrate everyday items. She is a talented curator.Written up in the NY Times and SevenDays Vermont.You enter the barn, sign the guest book, make a donation and look around.You will be tickled and learn…
October 28, 2019
Quirky, one-of-a-kind museum with well curated exhibits about everyday things such as toothbrushes, or locks and keys.

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3482 Dry Pond Rd
Glover, VT 05839