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Vermont attractions offer year-round vacation fun for adults, kids, families

Vermont attractions and activities are active year-round. VT offers vacation fun at state parks; nature and science and art museums; mountains for skiing and snowboarding in winter as well as adventure parks, zip and canopy tours in summer. Families with kids will enjoy nature trails and excursion trains; adults and couples can explore vineyards and wineries and shopping. Vermont tourism in an adventure all year.

Vermont Teddy Bear Factory & Bear Shop Attractions Shelburne VT
Vermont Teddy Bear Factory & Bear Shop

6655 Shelburne Road Shelburne, VT, 05482 Phone: 802-985-3001 Toll-Free: 800-829-2327

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.
Assortment - Lake Champlain Chocolates - Burlington, VT
Lake Champlain Chocolates

750 Pine Street Burlington, VT, 05401 Phone: 800-465-5909

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!
Outside View 500x250 - Ben & Jerry's Factory Tours - Waterbury, VT
Ben & Jerry's Factory Tours

1281 Waterbury Stowe Road Waterbury, VT Phone: 866-258-6877

A cavalcade of delicious fun in a magical place

A visit to the original Ben & Jerry’s factory in Waterbury VT is much more than an ice cream factory tour. Stroll the one and only Flavor Graveyard where the dearly de-printed flavors of bygone days lie in peace. Granite headstones identify some of the most famous and infamous retired flavors like Wavy Gravy and Rainforest Crunch and you’ll have a wonderful view of the Worcester Mountains. Stop in at the unique gift shop and savor a waffle cone with your favorite flavor at the scoop shop. In winter you can take a guided snowshoe tour behind the factory, or come in summer with the entire family for lots of fun activities like tie-dye and spin art and much more.
Sugar House Sign Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks East Monteplier Vermont
Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks

1168 County Road Montpelier, VT, 05602 Phone: Toll-Free: 800-242-2740

The Vermont Maple Syrup story up close and personal

Vermont is the mountains, majestic scenery, lakes and quaint towns – and maple syrup. Morse Farm is the place to be for the authentic maple syrup experience born of eight generations of tapping trees, processing and delivering deliciousness to tables everywhere. All year round enjoy the fun from cross country and snowshoe trails, sugarin’ time in the sugar house, and the chance to try some incredible maple treats. The Woodshed Theater has displays and artifacts and an educational video about the Morse Farm maple process. There’s an outdoor farm life museum with an antique replica of the Vermont State House, nature trails and whimsical sculptures created by Burr Morse sprinkled about. The country store has your maple treats and more.
Shelburne Museum on U.S. Route 7 in Shelburne vt
Shelburne Museum

U.S. Route 7 - P.O. Box 10 Shelburne, VT, 05482 Phone: 802-985-3346

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. Information: http://shelburnemuseum.org/
Bennington Area Chamber of Commerce

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

History and scenery in a beautiful corner of Vermont

Vermont attractions are legend, and real and fantastic and close by. Whatever your pleasure be it the mountains, the lakes, quaint towns, great shopping, or any kind of outdoor activity, Vermont is for you. Start here in Bennington, where history and culture form an indelible bond and bring people back year after year. You’ll find the attractions you want and information about them at Bennington’s new Welcome Center. With great views, free Wi-Fi and real Green Mountain coffee and a friendly staff to answer your questions, you’ll also find local arts and crafts, displays from local businesses and great places to visit not only in Vermont but especially in the Bennington area. The Center is located at routes 7 and 279 near the borders of New York State and Massachusetts.
Lake Champlain Regional Chamber of Commerce

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

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.
Vermont Outdoor Guide Association

P.O. Box 10 North Ferrisburg, VT, 05473 Phone: 802-425-6211 Toll-Free: 800-425-8747

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!
Northeast Kingdom Travel and Tourism Association

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

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.
Killington Welcome Center

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

Located in the Heart of Vermont with world class nightlife, amazing culinary options and a wealth of accommodation choices, Killington has it all! 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. Hiking, Golfing, Biking compliment the warmer months, while you wile away the winter wrapped up by the fire at a cozy B&B or cruising down the slopes of the East's biggest ski resort. Visit ww.killingtonchamber.com for event information, ski report or to book accommodation. Make Killington your year round destination