Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
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"The settlers began con-struction on a schoolhouse in 1785, however the small building was not completed until 1790. Today this building is the oldest one-room schoolhouse in Vermont and one of the few surviving eighteenth century public buildings in the State."
(This excerpt taken from Eureka Schoolhouse website)
"The Fort at No. 4 Living History Museum continues its mission to professionally collect, preserve and authentically interpret both physical and intellectual resources which provide an educational understanding and appreciation for the 18th century heritage of the Connecticut River Valley."
(This excerpt taken from The Fort at No.4 website)
"Magic Mountain is where skiers and boarders seeking adventure can soar past their limits on some of Vermont's most challenging and interesting slopes. Here at Magic, our sole purpose is to deliver an authentic New England skiing experience offering classic Vermont-cut trails in a relaxed, intimate and family friendly atmosphere."
(This excerpt taken from Magic Mountain website)
"Rising above the village of Ludlow, in south-central Vermont, Okemo Mountain Resort is a family-owned, four-season playground that built its reputation for quality and superior guest service as a winter retreat for skiers and snowboarders."
(This excerpt taken from Okemo Mountain Resort website)
"Arrowhead Recreation Area in Claremont, NH provides an area for tubing, skiing and snowboarding. Equipment rentals and lessons are available. Easy to access from Newport, NH, Charlestown, NH, Unity, NH, Sunapee, NH, Ascutney, VT and Lebanon, NH."
(This excerpt taken from Arrowhead Recreation Area website)
"Flanking 3,144-foot high Mt. Ascutney to the north, south and east, the park is a favorite of many outdoor enthusiasts and sightseers. Mount Ascutney State Park was one of the first Vermont State Parks. It was built between 1935 and 1938 through the efforts of the Civilian Conservation Corps, a Depression-era program aimed at putting young men to work. The original park consisted of the summit road, the stone toilet buildings, campsites 1 - 18 and the ranger’s quarters. The original stonework is all of Ascutney granite."
(This excerpt taken from Mount Ascutney State Park website)
"Stratton Mountain is more than a ski resort. It's a mountain resort offering you freedom to explore nature with amenities close at hand. Play golf or tennis, go hiking or kayaking, then relax with your family and hike or ride in our gondola to the summit."
(This excerpt taken from Stratton Mountain website)
"Bromley is your family-friendly Vermont ski resort. To kids, the mountain is huge, and they love our new, progressive terrain park built and designed by Arena Snowparks. To parents, it's just the right size with slopes that funnel the whole family to our centralized base area. Bromley is home to 4 Adventures, creating the premier destination for summer activities. At the Base Area you'll find our Mountain Adventure Park filled with a variety of rides and activities for everyone - kids and adults alike! Take a ride down the triple track Alpine Slide, swing 4 stories high on our Giant Swing, make a Big Splash down our Waterslide, take in the views of the Green Mountains on our Scenic chairlift, and so much more!"
(This excerpt taken from Bromley website)
"The Museum preserves the heritage of the mechanical arts, celebrates the ingenuity of our mechanical forebears, and explores the effects of their work on our everyday lives."
(This excerpt taken from American Precision Museum website)
"Called the Birthplace of Vermont, the restored Old Constitution House looks as it did more than 200 years ago. An exhibit recounts the writing of the most progressive consititution of its time, and examines its effect on the politics of the young nation."
(This excerpt taken from The Old Constitution House website)