Take a sweet mystery tour on Saturday, March 20 and find museum founder Henry Sheldon at six Addison County sugar houses.

Registration is $10/household. Once you sign up, you will receive an email with links to a map locating each sugar house and descriptions of each site, including the history and notes about their particular production.

At each sugarhouse, you’ll look for a full-size image of Henry — take a picture with him!

The tour will take you to Middlebury, Cornwall, Lincoln, and Ferrisburgh. Maple products will be offered for sale at each sugar house. Bring cash or checks if you think you might want to make a purchase. Each sugar house will welcome visitors following COVID-19 guidelines. Masks are required. Parking is available at each site.

We encourage everyone to go on the Sugar House Mystery Tour between 10am and 4pm on Saturday, March 20.

Visit the Events page on the Sheldon’s website: henrysheldonmuseum.org for more information.

Museum founder Henry Luther Sheldon was born 200 years ago this year on August 15, 1821. In 2021 and 2022, the Sheldon Museum is celebrating this bicentennial with programs, events, exhibits, and more.