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Information centers offer details on attractions, lodgings, dining, and more

Vermont visitor and welcome centers have always been more than a place to get information about lodging, dining, attractions, children's activities, outdoor fun, historic sites, and more. They are a destination unto themselves. Staffed by a tourism professionals, information centers, have pay phones, restrooms, displays of Vermont history, nature, and products, free WiFi, picnic tables, dog walking areas – even a hitching post for horses – plus coffee and hot chocolate, vending machines, soda bars, local arts and crafts, displays from local businesses and the billboards you won’t find on Vermont highways. Kids can play safe on the grounds while mom and dad enjoy some quiet time. Stop in for a break and some New England hospitality.

I-93 North, mile marker 1, before Exit 1 Waterford, VT Phone: 802-751-0472

Open daily, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

Waterford is the only Vermont information center on I-93 and serves as a gateway to the Northeast Kingdom from the East. Email: bgs.waterfordwelcomecenter@vermont.gov

2319 US Route 4 Killington, VT Phone: 802-773-4181

With a stunning mountain backdrop, Killington is beautiful in all of its summer greenery, its fireworks display of Autumn foliage, and of course, the winter white of snow capped peaks.
Hours: Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; weekends, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Foyer with tourism literature is open 24 hours a day.

Fair Haven Welcome Center

1356 Prospect Street (Route 4 East) Fair Haven, VT Phone: 802-265-4763

Open daily, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

This facility is accessible from both Routes 4 West and 4 East. Brochures and maps, restrooms, snack machine, soda bar, coffee and hot chocolate. Staff can help with referrals. Outdoors, picnic table and gazebo. Free WiFi. Email: bgs.fairhaveninformationcenter@vermont.gov

Capitol Region Visitors Center

134 State Street Montpelier, VT Phone: 802-828-5981

This center serves as information provider not only for visitors to Montpelier but to Vermonters who need information within the state complex. Maps and brochures; help with reservations; restrooms; displays of Vermont history, nature, and products. Email: cri.center@state.vt.us
Hours: Monday - Friday, 6 a.m. – 5p.m.; Saturday and Sunday. 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Interstate 91 North, at mile marker 5.6, south of Exit 1 for Brattleboro Guilford, VT Phone: 802-258-4503

Open daily, 24 hours

The 1999 post and beam barn pays tribute to Vermont’s agricultural roots. The barn is open from 7 a.m.-11 p.m. Knowledgeable travel professionals will assist you with directions, where to stay and dine, and current happenings. The barn lobby is open 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. with access to restrooms, vending machines, ATM, pay phones, free WiFi, and maps. A security officer is on duty.
Find information on maple sugarhouses, cheesemakers, breweries, wineries, farmers' markets, skiing, golfing, camping, hiking, fishing, hunting, boating, bicycling, music, theater, museums, galleries, antiquing, lodging, dining, bookstores and shopping.

Burlington International Airport Burlington, VT Phone: 802-863-1889

Staffed by a tourism professional. Maps, brochures, literature about attractions, lodging, and dining. Staff also provides general airport information.
Hours: Year-round, daily, 9 a.m.-midnight.

34 Pleasant Street Morrisville, VT, 05661 Phone: 802-888-7607 Toll-Free: 800-849-9985

Come join the adventure

The Green Mountains cross the whole of Vermont but produce their highest drama in the Stowe-Smugglers’ Notch Region.Skiing and snowboarding are made famous by Smugglers’ Notch and Stowe ski resorts. The mountains help define the uniqueness of the region. Tourism informatin available at the chamber office during regular business hours
Hours: Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.

I-89 South, south of Exit 12 Williston, VT Phone: 802-879-2360

Open daily 7 a.m.-11 p.m.

Staffed by a tourism professionals offering a variety of traveler information, rest rooms, vending machines, free coffee, pay phones, and free wireless Internet access. Email: bgs.willistonSBinformationcenter@vermont.gov

100 Veterans Memorial Drive Bennington, VT, 05201 Phone: 802-447-3311

Stop here and find the best in Vermont

Bennington’s new Welcome Center offers materials, great views, free Wi-Fi and real Green Mountain coffee. The friendly staff will answer your questions and assist you with directions, accommodations, and dining and theatre reservations. You’ll also find local arts and crafts, displays from local businesses and the billboards you won’t find on Vermont highways. There are stunning views of the Bennington Battle Monument while you explore the rich cultural history, destinations and great attractions not only in Vermont but especially in the greater Bennington area. Kids can play safe on the grounds while Mom and Dad enjoy the Adirondack chairs. Stop in for a break and some New England hospitality. The Center is located at the junction of Routes 7 and 279 near both the New York State and Massachusetts borders.

680 North Main Street / Route 2 West Alburgh, VT Phone: 802-796-3980

Open daily, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

Alburgh serves travelers on Route 2 going to and from Burlington/Chittenden County, Canada, Lake Champlain, northern New York. Email: bgs.alburgwelcomecenter@vermont.gov

I-91 Northbound, north of exit 16 Bradford, VT Phone: 802-222-5029

Open daily, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

This is the southern gateway to the Northeast Kingdom and also serves travelers heading to New Hampshire and Canada. Bradford offers some of the best scenic views of any visitor center. Email: bgs.bradfordinformationcenter@vermont.gov

Randolph Southbound Information Center

I-89 South, south of exit 5 Randolph, VT Phone:

Open daily, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

Maps and brochures; help with reservations; restrooms; vending machines; displays of Vermont history, nature, and products. Free WiFi. Email: bgs.randolphSBinformationcenter@vermont.gov

I-89 South, south of Exit 19 Georgia, VT Phone: 802-524-0018

Open daily, 7 a.m.-9 p.m.

Maps and brochures; help with reservations; restrooms; displays of Vermont history, nature, and products. Free WiFi. Email: bgs.georgiaSBinformationcenter@vermont.gov

I-89 North between exits 11 and 12 Williston, VT Phone: 802-879-2350

Open daily, 7 a.m.-11 p.m.

Staffed by a tourism professionals offering a variety of traveler information, rest rooms, vending machines, free coffee, pay phones, and free wireless Internet access. Email: bgs.willistonNBinformationcenter@vermont.gov

I-89 North, north of Exit 18 Georgia, VT Phone: 802-527-4053

Open daily, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

This center serves travelers going to Canada and Northwest Vermont. Maps and brochures; help with reservations; restrooms; displays of Vermont history, nature, and products. Free WiFi. Email: bgs.georgiaNBinformationcenter@vermont.gov

I-91 South, south of Exit 25 Lyndonville, VT Phone: 802-626-9669

Open daily, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

Lyndonville serves travelers going south from Canada and parts of the Northeast Kingdom, heading to St. Johnsbury and central and southern Vermont. Vermont maps, brochures, publications such as Vermont Country Sampler are available to the traveling public; restrooms; coffee (payment by donation); vending machines selling cold drinks and snacks; assistance with lodging questions and reservations; Vermont products on display. Free WiFi. Email: bgs.lyndonvilleinformationcenter@vermont.gov

White River Junction Welcome Center

100 Railroad Row White River Junction, VT Phone: 802-281-5050

Open daily, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Maps and brochures; help with reservations; restrooms; displays of Vermont history, nature, and products. Free WiFi. Email: bgs.WRJinformationcenter@vermont.gov

446 Route 114 East Burke, VT, 05832 Phone: 802-626-8511

The Northeast Kingdom of Vermont is a place of pristine lakes, beautiful Green Mountains, captivating Vermont towns. In winter enjoy some of the best snow sports in the East. Tourism information available in association office during regular business hours.
Hours: Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

60 Main Street Burlington, VT, 05401 Phone: 802-863-3489 Toll-Free: 877-686-5253

Vermont's largest city, Burlington, is on the eastern shore of Lake Champlain, the country's sixth-largestlake. Backed by the Green Mountains to the east and facing the lake, Northern Vermont is endowed with magnificent scenic panoramas throughout the seasons. Chamber office provides tourism information during business hours. Information: www.vermont.org
Hours: Monday- Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.; Memorial Day- Labor Day, Saturday and Sunday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.

I-89 North Sharon, VT Phone: 802-281-5216

Open daily, 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

Maps and brochures; help with reservations; restrooms; displays of Vermont history, nature, and products. Free WiFi. Sharon Northbound serves as a gateway into Vermont from I-89. Email: bgs.sharonNBinformationcenter@vermont.gov