Hall Art Foundation

In the fall of 2012, the Hall Art Foundation in Reading, Vermont opened its doors to the public – welcoming visitors to view its program of rotating, temporary exhibitions of contemporary art. Exhibitions are held seasonally, from May through November.


Converted from a former dairy farm, the campus of converted galleries consists of a 19th-century stone farmhouse, three barns, as well as a reception center and cafe. The property’s 5 historic buildings make up approximately 6,000 sq. feet of museum-quality exhibition space. The farmhouse and barns sit next to a waterfall on a tributary of the Black River, and are surrounded by approximately 400 acres of pastures, hayfields and extensive woodland. Outdoor sculptures by world-renowned artists are installed throughout the grounds.


Open seasonally, May through November, on weekends.
13 May - 26 November 2023


* We are thrilled to reopen our galleries after a period of temporary closure following the July floods. Please pardon our appearance as we continue to repair and rebuild certain areas of our campus. We look forward to welcoming you starting this coming weekend, Saturday 30 September / Sunday 1 October 2023! *


Saturdays and Sundays
Entry times: 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm, 3pm. Closed at 4pm.
Advance reservations recommended, but not required.
Adults: $15 pp   [ 50% discount for Reading residents ]
Kids 12 and under: $5 pp

A docent-led tour of highlights from our exhibitions
Saturdays and Sundays, 10am - 11am
Limited capacity. Advance reservations recommended, but not required.
Punctuality is essential. Arrivals after 10:15am will be unable to join the tour.
Admission: $18 pp   [ 50% discount for Reading residents ]
*there will be no tour on Sunday 25 June 2023. We apologize for the inconvenience*

From mid-May through November, private tours for groups of up to 15 people are available for a fixed price of $250. Arrangements must be scheduled in advance. Please contact vermont@hallartfoundation.org


Need help? Contact  vermont@hallartfoundation.org