Explore this eclectic display of usable, beautiful, memorable items. From toys to typewriters, canoes to chainsaws: Walk through the past and into the future! 45 Bridge Street, Historic Waitsfield Village. Fri-Sun, noon-4pm or by appointment.

Welcome to the Madsonian, a museum of Industrial Design.  Our collection represents a lifetime of appreciation for and devotion to good design, displaying over 2000 of the best designed and most artistic manufactured objects. Ranging from the early 1900s to present day, the museum features everything from cars, bikes and motorcycles to toys, canoes, golf gear, radios, toasters, and typewriters.

Q Background and History

The Madsonian Museum opened its doors in 2011 as the result of the founder's lifelong dream to honor the world's best in industrial design. Today, the collection features over 2,000 products, ranging from household items, to toys, to office products, to vehicles and more.

Q Museum Founder

David "Dave" Sellers, an architect and a designer living and working in Warren, Vermont is the founder of The Madsonian. Dave got his start in architecture at Yale University and has since completed projects all around the world. Dave has been named one of Architectural Digest's top 100 architects.

Q Admission

Ages 12 and Over — $5

Ages Under 12 — 25 cents

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  • Friday12:00 PM - 04:00 PM
  • Saturday12:00 PM - 04:00 PM
  • Sunday12:00 PM - 04:00 PM