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Graniteville, VT
(range: 13 miles)
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. The tour is approximately 40 minutes in length and typically runs rain or shine. (This excerpt taken from the Rock of Ages website)
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Lyme Center, NH
(range: 18 miles)
Summit Elevation: 1943 ft. Base Elevation: 975 ft. Vertical Drop: 968 ft. Twenty two trails, 25% beginner, 50% intermediate, 25% expert, on 104+ skiable acres. Longest run: Papoose 1.25 miles. 4 lifts – Winslow Mountain Quad, Holt’s Ledge Double, 2 conveyor lifts in the beginner area – give the Skiway an uphill capacity of 3,300 skiers per hour. Snowmaking over 60% of slopes and trails terrain. (This excerpt taken from the Dartmouth Skiway website)
Learn about Vermont’s exciting past in our museum, heritage exhibits, and library! Or make new discoveries for your research project, family or community history with our programs, educational offerings, and books. (This excerpt taken from the Vermont Historical Society Museum website)
The Vermont State House is one of the oldest and best preserved of our nation's state capitols. After nearly 160 years it remains an icon in Montpelier, the smallest capital city in America. Its House and Senate chambers are the oldest active legislative halls in the United States that have preserved their original interiors. This architectural gem is also home to some of the state’s most important art. As you tour this remarkable piece of living history, you will develop a sense of what makes this building, and the state for which it was built, unique. Highlights include the Governor’s Office, the Cedar Creek Reception Room, the Hall of Inscriptions, and the legislative chambers. (This excerpt taken from the Vermont State House website)
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Hanover, NH
(range: 22 miles)
The collection encompasses important holdings of American, Native American, European, African, and Melanesian art, including a significant collection of indigenous Australian contemporary art and a major archive of photojournalism. (This excerpt taken from the Hood Museum website)
When you visit Montshire’s 100-acre museum, you enter an exciting world of science, nature, and technology. Inside the museum, we offer over 150 interactive permanent and featured exhibits. The exploration continues outside along the nature trails bordering the beautiful Connecticut River. (This excerpt taken from the Montshire Museum of Science website)
Free sugar house tours and tasting, multimedia displays in a real woodshed theater, a nature trail, country store, and an outdoor Vermont farm life museum make up the Morse Farm experience, and sprinkled throughout, are whimsical carved folklife characters created by Burr Morse. (This excerpt taken from the Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks website)
The Vermont Rail System has been family-owned and operated by the Wulfson family for more than 50 years. Several of our employees are third and fourth-generation railroaders. We take pride in the work environment we have created over the years; each one of our employees a part of the family. Here at the Green Mountain Railroad, it is our mission to make each one our guests feel like part of our family. We believe in creating a nostalgic experience with our own little touches of modern elegance. We try to carry our love for what we do so that it shows in every aspect of our work. It is essential for us to create timeless memories for you and help you discover the romance of rail travel and the happiness it brings! (This excerpt taken from the Green Mountain Railroad website)
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Woodstock, VT
(range: 26 miles)
The 500 acre farm is located on a scenic road in central Vermont outside Woodstock. You'll find free samples of 15 kinds of cheese, 4 grades of maple syrup and the farm store is full of samples of jams, mustard's, spreads and meats made locally. Maple syrup is made in the Spring but folks can enjoy the self tour to see where it is actually made. Watch a video on the syrup making process and walk in the maple woods to see how Jeff and Ralph tap our trees. Make friends with our farm animals during the warmer months. (This excerpt taken from the Sugarbush Farm website)
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Rumney, NH
(range: 26 miles)
Polar Caves were formed during the last Ice Age when a glacier moved across the landscape, dropping granite boulders at the base of what’s now known as Hawk’s Cliff. As they fell, the boulders formed passageways, around and through which, we’ve built boardwalks and stairs to allow for deeper exploration.  (This excerpt taken from the Polar Caves website)
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