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Estey Organ Museum image
(Range: 5 miles)
Welcome to the Estey Organ Museum, dedicated to the history and heritage of the Estey Organ Company of Brattleboro, Vermont, makers of reed organs, pump organs, melodeons, and pipe organs. (Curated content from www.esteyorganmuseum.org)
Historical Society of Windham County image
(Range: 5 miles)
Visitors to the museum have been delighted by the quality of our collection, which has been described as “one of the most intriguing small collections in Vermont.” (Curated content from www.historicalsocietyofwindhamcounty.org)
Brattleboro Country Club image
(Range: 5 miles)
Welcome to the Brattleboro Country Club, southern Vermont’s championship golf course, home of the 2022 Vermont Amateur Championship and the 2023 Vermont Senior Amateur Championship. You’ll find public golf at its finest, a host of membership options, a warm and welcoming professional staff, extensive practice facilities, numerous junior programs and golf camps, and fine dining at Bella Notte Restaurant. (Curated content from brattleborocountryclub.com)
Brattleboro Museum & Art Center image
(Range: 5 miles)
Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2022, the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center is a non-collecting contemporary art museum focused on the art of our time. An anchor of southern Vermont’s vibrant cultural life, BMAC brings notable art and artists to Brattleboro and provides a platform for its region’s many artistic riches. BMAC presents 15-20 exhibitions annually, complemented by 60-70 public programs and extensive educational offerings developed in partnership with area schools and service organizations. (Curated content from www.brattleboromuseum.org)
Crumpin-Fox Club image
(Range: 6 miles)
Crumpin-Fox Club was conceived in 1969 as the “Field of Dreams” of David Berleson, who engaged the services of Roger Rulewich of Robert Trent Jones, Inc. to locate a site that would accommodate a Pine Valley-type golf course. Under the direction of Roger, the front nine holes were built along with extensive renovations to the existing back nine holes, the driving range, and the irrigation system. Bent grass fairways were planted and the course opened in June of 1990. Our continuing goal is to provide an enjoyable and challenging golf experience and promote the values of the game of golf. (Curated content from www.crumpinfox.com)
Northfield Golf Club image
(Range: 6 miles)
Designed by Alex Findlay, this “links” style nine-hole course was constructed at the turn of the century and opened in 1901; the current layout opened for play in 1912. The Northfield Golf Club is a well designed and carefully maintained mature course. The fairways are narrow and tree-lined, there is excellent hole variety, and the small, fast greens keep the course interesting and appealing to both skilled golfers and those just learning how to play the game. (Curated content from northfieldgolfcourse.com)
Brattleboro Bowl image
(Range: 7 miles)
Brattleboro Bowl offers 20 high quality lanes with easy automatic scoring for family, friends, and league bowling. Join a league, have a party, or just bowl for fun. We also have pool tables, a snack bar, lounge and game room for your entertainment. (Curated content from www.brattleborobowl.com)
Cameron's Winery image
(Range: 7 miles)
WE are open for indoor and outdoor tastings or wine by the glass. You may bring your own glass. You can shop for snacks in our Charcuterie and Cheese Shop. It is stuffed with everything to design your own charcuterie tray to pair perfectly with your favorite wine. No outside food or beverage. Smoke Free Campus (Curated content from cameronswinery.com)
Country Club of Greenfield image
(Range: 11 miles)
The course, designed by Alex Findlay and extended to 18 holes with the design of Ralph Barton, opened at the current location in 1901. The Greenfield Golf Club, as it was first named, was established in 1896 and originally located in Greenfield’s Abercrombie Pasture. The club is considered one of the oldest golf clubs in New England. (Curated content from countryclubofgreenfield.net)
Thomas Memorial Golf & Country Club image
(Range: 12 miles)
Thomas Memorial Golf & Country Club offers both daily greens fees and yearly memberships for individuals and families. This 9 hole course with its strategically placed sand traps and water hazards is a challenge for all golfers. (Curated content from www.thomasmem.com)