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The Nature Museum at Grafton opened to the public in July of 1989 before occupying the Grafton Grange building in 1996. The building, which is still occupied by the Museum until today, was renovated and re-opened to the public in 1999.**

The Museum serves the public by providing educational opportunities to using different forms of medium.**The Museum boasts of natural-history collections and rich natural habitats found in the region in order to let the people learn about the wonders, functions, and resources of the environment. The Museum also provides them an avenue where they could investigate and protect these resources so that the residents of the region can continue to gain quality of life from it.

The Museum focuses on providing educational programs throughout the year such as library presentations, teacher-training sessions, elementary and middle school programs, adult education programs, school vacation and summer camps, and preschool programs.

These education programs are more focused on the areas of Windham and southern Windsor Counties in Vermont and Sullivan and Cheshire counties in New Hampshire. However, there are specific programs that go beyond these areas.
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