The Museum of the Creative Process

Dr. Albert Levis leading guests on a tour of the Museum collection. 

The Sphinx opposite the Wilburton Mansion. 

The Bride and Groom, overlooking the hill towards the Battenkill Valley.  

The Museum of the Creative Process is a center of creative discovery and analytical research. Located on the estate of the Wilburton Inn, the Museum brings together modern and traditional understanding of creativity. More than 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 welcomes artists, scholars, scientists, and poets.

Both a research center and a learning forum, the Museum has welcomed workshops and retreats from colleges and universities including Bennington, Skidmore, Harvard, and St. Michael. Private tours are welcome as are casual visits. For additional information, to find out about our research, or to schedule reservations, please visit    

Join us for Creativity for Self Discovery Seminars held in the living room of the Wilburton Inn, every Monday evening in summer from 6:00 - 8:00pm. Refreshments will be served.