Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
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"The Montshire Museum of Science is a hands-on museum located in Norwich, Vermont, offering dozens of exciting exhibits relating to the natural and physical sciences, ecology, and technology."
(This excerpt taken from Montshire Museum of Science website)
"You are invited to visit our 4 season farm attraction located in Central Vermont. You can learn about maple syrup making with our sugar house tour, walk our nature trail to see the sugar maple trees, make friends with our farm animals and enjoy our lovely views."
(This excerpt taken from Sugarbush Farm website)
"The Green Mountain National Forest in western Vermont and the Finger Lakes National Forest in New York State's Finger Lakes region are Vermont's and New York's only public, federally managed national forests. Both Forests offer extensive multi-use advantages to the public, providing ecological and science-based forestry stewardship, clean water, diverse vegetation, high-value, high-quality forest products, economical and educational contributions, and trail-based backcountry recreation."
(This excerpt taken from Green Mountain National Forest website)
"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 Hood Museum website)
"The Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) is a nonprofit, member-supported, environmental education, research and avian rehabilitation organization headquartered at the VINS Nature Center in Quechee, Vermont. Open year-round, the 47-acre campus features state-of-the-art raptor enclosures, exhibit spaces, classrooms and interpretive nature trails, including our new Forest Canopy Walk. VINS places a priority on bringing high-quality, compelling and engaging education programs to people at the Nature Center, in the community, and in schools throughout the region."
(This excerpt taken from Vermont Institute of Natural Science website)
"A mountain steeped in history, trails were first cut here in 1934, making the Snow Bowl one of Vermont’s earliest ski areas and clearing the way for a legacy of champion Middlebury College ski teams and a host of Olympians.Today three chairlifts-two triples, one double and a carpet lift- serve 17 trails, plus several gladed areas for skiing and riding in the trees. State-of-the-art snowmaking ensures quality snow even when Mother Nature doesn’t cooperate. The mountain’s historic lodge, which was expanded and remodeled in 2003, features the original fieldstone fireplace where intrepid skiers warmed their woolies in the early days before the lodge was built."
(This excerpt taken from Middlebury Snow Bowl website)
"The Billings Farm & Museum is keeping alive the spirit and values of Vermont's rural past. The farm dates back to 1871, when native Vermonter, Frederick Billings, set out to build a farm and forestry operation that would serve future generations as a model of wise stewardship."
(This excerpt taken from Billings Farm & Museum website)
"Walk through one of Vermont's most beautiful landscapes, under the shade of sugar maples and 400-year-old hemlocks, across covered bridges and alongside rambling stone walls. This is a landscape of loss, recovery, and conservation."
(This excerpt taken from Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller Park website)
"Quechee Gorge Village was established in 1985 originally as a Woodsman Musuem, Country store and Antique Mall. It has evolved into one of the premier shopping attractions in the state of Vermont Located in the heart of the Quechee Gorge, Quechee Gorge Village has something for everyone."
(This excerpt taken from Quechee Gorge Village website)
"Quechee State Park is located along US Route 4, and its proximity to many Upper-Valley attractions make the park a popular tourist destination. Hundreds of thousands of visitors stop each year to take in the breathtaking views of the Quechee Gorge. Other visitors seeking an overnight stay enjoy the easy access to the park’s spacious campsites."
(This excerpt taken from Quechee State Park website)