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Museum of Creative Process

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Address: Wilburton Drive, River Road, Manchester, VT 05254
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+1 802-379-6350

The Museum of the Creative Process is a center of creative discovery,...

The Museum of the Creative Process is a center of creative discovery, innovative research, and intellectual retreat. Located in historic Manchester Village on the estate of the Wilburton Inn, the Museum brings together a global array of both modern and traditional creativity. More than just an art center, the Museum is dedicated to understanding the psychological properties of creativity, bridging art and science to gain insight into human relations, interpersonal and interpsychic conflict. Founded and directed by Albert Levis, M.D., the Museum is a haven of artists, scholars, scientists, public intellectuals, and poets.

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Beautiful Grounds and House

Very unusual museum and very unusual and knowledgeable owners. This is a beautiful setting for a museum with beautiful grounds and sculptures as well as a very fine house

Reviewed 3 September 2015
Daisy K
Fort Myers, Florida
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Fort Myers, Florida
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Reviewed 3 September 2015

Very unusual museum and very unusual and knowledgeable owners. This is a beautiful setting for a museum with beautiful grounds and sculptures as well as a very fine house

1 Thank Daisy K
Western New York
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Reviewed 26 August 2014

We stayed at the Wilburton Inn for 3 nights and the grounds were scattered with odd, random sculptures - some of them a little creepy, some of them just strange (gold Egyptian statues and Easter Island Head). It seemed like there was no common theme and landscaping was a bit neglected. Walked over to the museum area and read some... More 

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Silver Spring
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Reviewed 9 January 2014

Really something to talk about. Don't miss the opportunity to discuss the works with Dr. Levis - you might learn something about yourself in the process!

Thank H P
Cambridge, Massachusetts
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Reviewed 17 November 2013

I had the pleasure of visiting the Museum of the Creative Process this morning with a group of friends and enjoyed a great tour of the sculpture garden by Dr. Lewis. His thoughts and insights about creativity and conflict resolution through art gave me a lot to mull over for the rest of the day. It was so wonderful to... More 

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Reviewed 30 July 2013 via mobile

Very interesting. Museum is various pieces of art that the innkeeper has collected over the years. Truly a fascinating collection. Really nice and friendly owners. Max was especially welcoming, showing us the nice patio to a great lookout and more. Highly recommended if in the area.

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Boston, Massachusetts
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Reviewed 18 July 2013

there is no fee to see this. the art scupltures are scattered over the grounds of the wilburton inn. a different and new type of concept which is based on the owner Dr. Lewis's research. it will be a good idea to read what is written their on walls, the cycle to understand well. even better to go and meet... More 

Thank H B
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Reviewed 26 March 2013

Interesting concept from owner of Wilburton Inn. Not sure if I totally get it. Very eclectic collection.

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Berkeley, California
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Reviewed 11 January 2013

The outdoor sculptures are worth the time to visit this property, but the real challenge is in taking the time to think through the theory behind them & their placement.

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Durham, NC
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Reviewed 27 October 2012

This 'museum' consists mostly of sculpture on the grounds of the Wilburton Inn. Dr. Levis, the owner, is a psychiatrist who expresses his beliefs about the correlation between conflict resolution and creativity through this 'art'. No such thing as a brief conversation with him, but, despite hardly understanding his 'lecture', we were charmed.

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Holland, Pennsylvania, United States
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Reviewed 17 July 2012

I would recommend this place to anyone who is interested in art, religion, or psychology. This is a walking tour though some interesting outdoor exhibits that will leave your mind wanting more. I’m interested in psychology so I wish I could have spent the whole day there. There are also nice grounds for the aspiring photographer. Thank you to Theo... More 

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