Northern Vermont has fun attractions from ice cream tours to teddy bears
Here’s a year-round world of food, fun and outdoor recreation
. Tour Vermont’s own coffee roaster. Stay in boutique hotel
. Ride through the treetops on ziplines and canopy tours. There are local craft beers, wines,and chocolates to savor and a teddy bear factory to explore. Burlington has fairs, festivals, events, and, nearby, one of New England’s coolest museums of art and Americana. The beautiful Northeast Kingdom treats the senses to lakes, rivers, and mountainous splendor plus shopping, dining, hiking, biking, skiing and more.
750 Pine Street
Burlington, VT, 05401
Calling all chocolate fanatics!
Lake Champlain Chocolates has crafted specialty chocolates in Burlington, Vermont for 30 years. Visit our factory store and take in the aromas and sights of a real, chocolate factory! Our 30 minute guided tour is seated and begins on the hour, 11am-2pm Monday-Friday. End the experience with delicious samples. Self guided tours are available after 3pm and before 10 am. On the weekends we offer chocolate tastings from 11am-4pm. Taste and discover the flavor profiles of four chocolates with a chocolate tasting guide. Learn about how chocolate is made from fair-trade cacao bean to giant bunny!
6655 Shelburne Road
Shelburne, VT, 05482
Factory Tours and More at Vermont Teddy Bear!
Set in the beautiful town of Shelburne, VT, there’s nothing quite like Vermont Teddy Bear. Come see how our handmade Bears come to life on one of our factory tours, led by our knowledgeable Bear Ambassadors. You can even see our Bear Hospital, where our Bears come for free healthcare. Then visit our Bear Shop, where you can pick out a Bear or create your own. Lastly, enjoy your packed lunch or sweet Bear Shop treat at one of our outdoor picnic tables while breathing in the fresh Vermont air. All tour and store information is available on our website.
1 Rotarian Place
Waterbury, VT, 05676
An historic and freshly brewed Green Mountain attraction
The Green Mountains are home to so many wonderful attractions that one might not know where to start. A cup of freshly brewed coffee at this magnificent visitor center is as good a place as any to wake up the senses and get you on your way. Stop and smell the beans roasting. Browse the extraordinary Victorian Italianate train station built in 1875. Watch videos and see world class hands-on exhibits that highlight the history of Green Mountain Coffee and its sustainable connections with coffee growing partners around the world. The gift shop is filled with unique items and artisan crafts, and you can enjoy the taste of great coffee with a fresh-baked item, sandwich or salad in the cafe.
60 Main Street
Burlington, VT, 05401
Vermont's largest city, Burlington, is situated along the eastern shore of Lake Champlain, a 136 mile freshwater lake known as the country's sixth great lake. Backed by the Green Mountains to the east and facing the lake, Northern Vermont is endowed with magnificent scenic panoramas throughout the seasons. Burlington has developed a well-deserved reputation as the festival, event, and attraction capital of New England. More than fifty non-profit cultural organizations make their home in the region and provide a large array of cultural events and activities that amaze residents and visitors alike.
P.O. Box 10
North Ferrisburg, VT, 05473
For great outdoors adventure, from low-impact to the truly extreme use Vermont's most complete directory of outdoor services and adventure travel resources. Vermont’s beauty enhances every outdoor activity and will make your adventure vacation memorable. You will find listings of guide services for all activities along with support services, lodging, retail and rental equipment, travel information, adventure vacation packages, outdoor education and skill development programs, trails and waterways, youth programs, publications and maps, women's outdoor challenges, and Vermont's natural resources. Plan Ahead, Be Safe, Have Fun!
34 Pleasant Street
Morrisville, VT, 05661
Come join the adventure
The Green Mountains dance from South to North across the whole of Vermont
but produce their highest drama in the Stowe-Smugglers’ Notch Region.
Summer is a wonderful time to hike in the cool woods, but in the fall
legendary red and yellow foliage is not to be missed. Walks, hikes, and
bikes from Smugglers’ Notch and Stowe Mountain Resort provide visitors of
all abilities a chance to get to know the mountains better. Skiing and
snowboarding in our region is made famous by two well-known resorts:
Smugglers’ Notch and Stowe. The mountains help define the uniqueness of the
Stowe-Smugglers’ Notch Region.
U.S. Route 7 - P.O. Box 10
Shelburne, VT, 05482
This super-cool museum on the edge of Lake Champlain is filled with unusual attractions that are sure to entertain every person in the family. Kids and parents will love the authentic paddlewheel steamboat Ticonderoga, which was a workhourse of passenger and cargo transportation on the lake for decades in the 19th century. Shelburne Museum is one of the nation’s most eclectic museums of art, Americana, and design, displaying 150,000 objects on 45 acres in 25 historic New England buildings. There's even a lighthouse. A full day of family fun waits here, May through October.
446 Route 114
East Burke, VT, 05832
Enter... the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. The beauty and peace of this hidden jewel of Vermont will have you mesmerized. Be ready to have your senses awakened! Pristine lakes back dropped by beautiful Green Mountains will surround you. Captivating Vermont towns will delight you. Shopping, dining, hiking, biking, golfing, tennis, horseback trails all await you. Kayak, sail, glide, and fish our beautiful Kingdom lakes and rivers. In winter enjoy some of the best skiing, snowboarding, snowmobile trails in the East. Our Kingdom accommodations await your arrival to pamper and spoil your soul.