The SpaceOur room is small, and bohemian, but some folks really like this. Ever wondered what it would be like to sleep overnight underneath, or in, a small cabinet of curiosities packed with taxidermy, odd history, a jackalope and a preserved river monster? Wonder no more. We are a cabinet of curiosity in the best sense. Full of artifacts that tell stories. Perhaps you have some in the bottom of your knapsack that you'd like to share... You might be inspired with your creative journey here as well make it a stop over with your actual trip.
The museum really is a museum. The floors are cement but we do supply sleeping mats and bedding. You will share a small kitchen in a small private apartment with three other permanent residents. There's an additional shower on out first floor, as well as a tower to sleep or hang out in, and an additional studio for longer term work space or (unpaid) artist musician or writers residencies.
White River Junction Vermont.
"You people act like you think you're from Brooklyn!"
There is daily amtrak service 800 yards from our front door. A great free local bus (only runs day times tho...) and vermont transit bus service a 20 minute walk from our downtown location. Guest AccessYou can park in the back of the building. There is a lovely riverside here. The studio is just off the ramp leading in off the first floor, to the left. We will provide you with keys, and a pitcher of water, and any advice about the towns eateries, nearby culture, hiking, Dartmouth College, etc. Interaction with GuestsWe will be in and out. Your room is private space, but the building is a hub of activity, so expect some interaction with fun, laid-back folks, both in the building, and the public that wanders in off the street. Sometimes musicians from New Orleans play late into the night, upstairs, but we have been told that they were not too much of a bother. You can even be a Musuem docent, for 5 minutes, or a whole afternoon, if you feel like it. The NeighborhoodWhite River Junction Vermont.
"You people act like you think you're from Brooklyn!" Getting AroundThere is daily amtrak service 800 yards from our front door. A great free local bus (only runs day times tho...) and vermont transit bus service a 20 minute walk from our downtown location. We have a bike you can borrow. Other Things to Note*Note, we have been told that the noise of trains keeps some people awake. there are freight trains running through town, including in the middle of the night.