The Estey Organ Museum will be open on Saturday September 26 and Saturday October 10 from 2 to 3:30 pm. The museum then will be closed for the season. Please be aware of the following restrictions:
The 2020 Annual Meeting of the Estey Organ Museum is scheduled for Wednesday, September 30, 3 pm. Due to COVID constraints, the meeting will not be held at the museum but will be conducted online via ZOOM. Please contact the museum to obtain a link to the meeting. Click the Members tab for meeting materials.
The Estey Organ Museum will be open two days in September: Saturday September 12 and Saturday September 26, from 2 to 3:30 pm. Please be aware of the following restrictions:
During the month of August, the Estey Organ Museum will be open two days: Sunday Aug. 16 and Saturday Aug. 29 from 2-3:30pm. Please be aware of the following restrictions:
On July 3 the Bennington Museum will reopen, extending its (re)Sounding exhibit through the Fall. (re)Sounding is a multi-media show which brings vintage instruments in the collection back to life in new compositions. Featured is a 1940’s era Estey Field Organ, on loan from the Estey Organ Museum.
Following the recommendations of the CDC and the State of Vermont, the Estey Organ Museum will remain closed until further notice to ensure the health and safety of our volunteers and visitors. Please check our website for the latest information on the museum’s opening.
“Vox Jubilante – Victorian Sounds on Estey Organs” contains a selection of Victorian secular and sacred songs performed on Estey reed and pipe organs. The CD is available from our online store.
Listen to the Brattleboro Historical Society’s podcast, Origins of Esteyville, created by local junior high school students: https://soundcloud.com/bratthistoricalsoc
In memory of Clemens Kalischer, EOM has remounted with updated captions the Summer 2007 exhibit of photographs of organ pipe-making at the Estey factory. The photos, taken by Mr. Kalischer in the late 1950s, give viewers a rare look at some of the methods and tools used in the production of pipe organs.
“The Vermont Town that has Too Many Organs.” Read about our “curse” in Atlas Obscura.