Montshire Museum of Science Online Auction

September 2020
07:00 AM EDT
September 2020
07:00 PM EDT

About Our Auction

Thank you for participating in our online auction!

Your purchases and contributions will help advance the understanding and appreciation of science in New Hampshire and Vermont. The Montshire Museum of Science works with children, families, teachers, and schools to spark an interest in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), and to foster a love of learning. Science is what will move us forward, and your support is more important than ever.

The Montshire’s temporary closure, along with the cancelation in May of our annual Fiddlehead Fling, have led to a major budgetary shortfall. By moving many of our auction items online, we are pleased to celebrate the generosity of the donors and sponsors who have entrusted us with their support and invested in the Montshire’s mission.

We invite you to bid on these fantastic items, or to help Fund a Need. We are so grateful for your support and partnership in our work.

About Montshire Museum of Science

The Montshire Museum of Science is a nationally recognized science center in Norwich, Vermont.

Sited on 110 acres along the Connecticut River, we offer over 150 exhibits on nature, technology, astronomy, and the physical sciences. Our exhibits and programming engage people of all ages in interactive discovery, and our unique riverfront setting fosters deep and creative learning in the physical and natural world. In a typical year, the Montshire welcomes about 165,000 visitors and reaches 12,000 students in regional schools.

Founded in 1974 in Hanover, New Hampshire, the Montshire moved to Norwich, Vermont in 1989.

“As a science museum, we always want people to know how their world works. We want people to know about available solutions that help fight big problems and make a meaningful impact.”
~ Marcos A. Stafne, PhD, Executive Director

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