Our collections focus on the natural history of northern New England, with exhibits on local flora, fauna, and geology. However, we offer far more than just the museum experience. We run seasonal day camps, preschool programs, all-ages community events, speakers, and workshops, and collaborate closely with regional schools to provide in-school and afterschool nature-based education. (Curated content from www.nature-museum.org)
The Bellows Falls Country Club is a nine-hole golf course that dates back to 1922. We have a clubhouse that is relaxing and includes a bar, restaurant, and pro-shop. We also have a screened porch off the clubhouse where members and guests socialize and watch play on the first, second, and ninth holes. We boast about a friendly membership and staff, and we provide a golf environment for players of all abilities. We believe we have an above average nine-hole golf course that offers numerous challenges to all golfers. (Curated content from bellowsfallscountryclub.com)
People often ask, what makes Magic so different? It all starts with the mountain itself. When Hans Thorner was searching Vermont to start a ski area in the late 1950s, he found Glebe Mountain. It’s ridge lines and steep topography reminded him of his native Swiss Alps. The trails he cut for Magic are naturally narrow and twisting and descend 1,500 heart-pumping vertical feet to our two Summit lifts—true vertical skiing. Combined with tree-skiing from boundary-to-boundary, Magic’s terrain is what separates this ski area from all others in southern Vermont and the East Coast—virtually unchanged since the 1960s. (Curated content from magicmtn.com)
Eureka Schoolhouse stands as the oldest one-room schoolhouse in Vermont, and one of the few surviving 18th-century public buildings in the state. Reconstructed in its current location in 1968, Eureka Schoolhouse was built about 1790 to serve Springfield’s first village settlement. Tradition holds that this building was erected because of the efforts of four families to have a local school. It was constructed by William Bettergneau, an early inhabitant of Springfield supporting himself as a beaver trapper. (Curated content from historicsites.vermont.gov)
Our reconstruction of Plantation No. 4 (now Charlestown, NH) is dedicated to bringing the history of the Upper Valley of the Connecticut River to life through engaging reenactments, educational activities, and one-of-a-kind historical experiences. (Curated content from www.fortat4.org)
Since opening in 1957, Santa's Land USA has been proud to serve millions of families in the last 65 years. We are a small, family park opened from the summer until Christmas Eve.
Shop in our gift shop, take a ride on the Train, Fun House, Mini Golf & Giant Slide and Carousel. (Curated content from www.santaslandusa.com)
Crown Point Country Club has a beautiful championship golf course nestled in the Springfield, Vermont countryside with magnificent views enjoyed by members and non-members alike. The course has five tee options for players of all skill levels, a driving range and practice putting green. We also have a full fleet of EZ-GO golf carts, men’s and women’s locker rooms and the GHIN system. (Curated content from www.crownpointcountryclub.com)