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Manchester Center, Vermont
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Southern Vermont Arts Center image
Manchester Center, VT
(Range: < 1 mile)
The idyllic setting of the rural Vermont landscape offered a transformative experience and opportunity for artists seeking to work outside the social, political, and economic changes of the Modern Era. The Collection is made up of over 1,000 objects including paintings, etchings, and sculptures and spans across a significant period in Regional American Art History. The Collection features many prominent 20th Century artists such as: Ogden Pleissner, Jay Hall Conaway, Reginald Marsh, Guy Pene du Bois, Lorenzo Hatch, Luigi Lucioni, Arthur Gibbs Burton, and Robert Strong Woodward. (Curated content from www.svac.org)
The Golf Club at Equinox image
Manchester Center, VT
(Range: 1 mile)
Pursue your passion for the game at The Golf Club at Equinox, located in beautiful Manchester Village, Vermont. This scenic 1927 Walter Travis design will test a player's ability to hit a variety of shots to well manicured, undulating greens. Enjoy the crisp air and spectacular views of the surrounding mountains at this Par 71, 6,423 yard Vermont gem of a course (Curated content from www.equinoxresort.com)
Hildene image
Manchester Center, VT
(Range: 2 miles)
Welcome! Hildene exists to carry the values of Abraham Lincoln to future generations by educating and inspiring others to put those Values into Action. (Curated content from hildene.org)
Emerald Lake State Park image
(Range: 3 miles)
Located conveniently between Manchester and Rutland, the park is popular for its wooded hillside campground, beach and swimming area, and nearby attractions and tourist destinations. The park surrounds 20-acre Emerald Lake, named for the emerald green color of its waters when viewed from above. (Curated content from vtstateparks.com)
Mount Equinox Skyline Drive image
(Range: 4 miles)
From historic Route 7A between Manchester and Arlington, Vermont, Skyline Drive — the longest privately owned, paved toll road in the United States — ascends 3,248 feet over 5.2 miles to the top of Mount Equinox. In continuous operation since its completion in 1947, it is one of the safest, best engineered, well constructed toll roads in the country. (Curated content from equinoxmountain.com)
Bromley image
(Range: 6 miles)
Bromley is your family-friendly 4-season Vermont resort offering diverse ski terrain, lesson programs and slopeside lodging, plus exciting summer attractions. (Curated content from www.bromley.com)
Stratton Mountain Golf Course image
(Range: 7 miles)
Golf Digest describes it as one of the top resort courses in New England. Three distinct nine hole layouts, Forest, Lake and Mountain, give you 27 reasons to play Stratton. Noted golf course architect Geoffrey Cornish took full advantage of natural contours, water and trees. Stratton played host to six LPGA tournaments, challenging for pros and an enjoyable round for every player. (Curated content from www.stratton.com)
Stratton Mountain image
(Range: 10 miles)
With three lifts, eight trails and 22 inches of fresh snow, Stratton Mountain Resort officially opened for skiing on December 29, 1961. Now in its 60th season, Stratton is home to 11 lifts, including New England's first high-speed six-passengers, 99 trails, glades, and terrain parks. The seasons have brought thousands of inches of snow and too many memorable moments to count. (Curated content from www.stratton.com)
Merck Forest and Farmland Center image
(Range: 10 miles)
Get back to nature! Plan your trip to Merck Forest and Farmland in Rupert, Vermont. Attend an event, stay overnight, or take a hike. (Curated content from www.merckforest.org)
Magic Mountain image
(Range: 14 miles)
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)