Norton'sGallery is a composite of Norton's whimsical woodcarvings and his large exterior metal pieces. His wooden sculptures are housed in a 2,000 square foot retail gallery and encompass all kinds of wildlife from traditional songbirds, native fish and animals to dogs of all sizes and breeds, giant hummingbirds, flowers, vegetables and people. These pieces range in size from a two inch hummingbird to an eleven foot rabbit. In addition, there is a 600 square foot gallery of Norton's permanent collection which shows many of his earlier works as well as some one-of-a-kind carvings that he has done over the past 30 years. A number of Norton's recent large metal pieces are included in our sculpture garden which surrounds the Gallery.
Norton'sGallery is located halfway up Vermont on the western side along Lake Champlain. We are directly across from Fort Ticonderoga and within one mile of the Fort Ti Ferry. If you are traveling from the New York side, take the Ferry into Vermont and go ¼ mile to Route 73. Take a right turn and we are one mile up the road on the lake side. If you are coming from the Vermont side, we are four miles west of Vermont Route 22A and one mile south of the Fort Ticonderoga Ferry. In Vermont from the north, take Route 7 south to Route 22A to Route 74 west. Travel five miles toward the Ferry and right before the Ferry take a left onto Route 73 and we're one mile up the road on the lake side. From the south in Vermont, take Route 4 to Route 22A north to Route 73 west. Continue on Route 73 heading toward the Ferry for about four miles and we're on the lake side.