Senator Morrill’s Homestead in Strafford, Vermont, a prime example of Gothic Revival architecture, is a Vermont State Historic Site and open to the public May 28 through October 9. (Curated content from www.morrillhomestead.org)
Built in the 1830’s, Montview has been many things over the years; a dairy farm, a sheep farm, a vacation home and now a vineyard/winery. This farm has been in our family since 1964. However, the vineyard only started breaking ground in 2008. We initially first sold grapes to other wineries and all the while perfecting our wine making. (Curated content from montviewvineyard.com)
The guided quarry tour takes you to an overlook of the Smith Quarry. At nearly 600 feet deep, it is the largest operating deep-hole, dimension granite quarry in the world. A one-of-a-kind tour experience, not to be missed while visiting Vermont. (Curated content from rockofages.com)
Valley Bowl is known as the bowling alley for bowlers, located in Randolph, VT, we offer leagues for bowlers who seek a little more of a competitive edge. (Curated content from valleybowlvermont.com)
Open for play since 1913, the Montague Golf Club is the second oldest operating golf course in Vermont.
A beautiful, 6,300-yard links golf course with many holes fronting on the Third Branch of the White River.
Montague’s front nine is lined by maple and pine trees. The back nine is more of an open “links-style”, with rolling fairways and sloping land lined with tall heather grasses. (Curated content from www.montaguegolf.com)
We are renowned for three things: Our long history and REAL snow AND our famous Nor’easter Burgers made with choice grade beef. Oh, wait, there’s another: our guaranteed to put a smile on your face reputation! Join us! (Curated content from northeastslopes.org)
Our 16,000 square foot facility on campus at Norwich University features permanent and changing exhibitions that tells the story of the university’s founder, Capt. Alden Partridge (1785 -1854). Exhibitions and artifacts throughout the museum are interwoven with Partridge’s vision of a “citizen soldier” through military history, art, academics, music and sports dating from 1819 to present. (Curated content from www.norwich.edu)