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Woodstock, VT
(range: < 1 mile)
Billings Farm & Museum is just a scenic stroll from the village center of Woodstock, Vermont, and is regarded as one of the finest outdoor history museums in the country. Combining a fully-operating Jersey dairy farm with educational exhibits and interactive programs and events, Billings Farm & Museum is committed to providing education and enjoyment to visitors of all ages. (This excerpt taken from the Billings Farm & Museum website)
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Woodstock, VT
(range: < 1 mile)
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 is a story of stewardship, of people taking care of places - sharing an enduring connection to land and a sense of hope for the future. (This excerpt taken from the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller Park website)
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Woodstock, VT
(range: < 1 mile)
With all the uncertainty in this world, for the last 85 years you have been able to count on Suicide Six and the strength of this small mountain community. We are committed to ensure that every guest’s pursuit in rewarding and wholesome fun is inclusive of all who wish to participate. (This excerpt taken from the Suicide Six Ski Area website)
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Woodstock, VT
(range: 3 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)
VINS Nature Center features the Forest Canopy Walk, Education & Outreach, Wild Bird Rehabilitation, Live Raptor Programs, Exhibits, Nature Trails & Store (This excerpt taken from the Vermont Institute of Natural Science website)
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Quechee, VT
(range: 6 miles)
The focal point of the park is Vermont’s deepest gorge, formed by glacial activity approximately 13,000 years ago. Visitors can look down at the Ottauquechee River, flowing 165 feet below viewing points along Route 4. (This excerpt taken from the Quechee State Park website)
We are excited to welcome you to the Harpoon Brewery Taproom and Beer Garden in Windsor, VT! We have indoor and outdoor space to enjoy our brewery fresh line up of craft beer, cider, and seltzers and delicious food from the kitchen. (This excerpt taken from the Harpoon Brewery - Windsor 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)
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)
The Old Constitution House is the birthplace of Vermont. On July 8, 1777, the first Constitution of the “Free and Independent State of Vermont” was adopted here in what was then Elijah West’s tavern. The noteworthy constitution was the first in America to prohibit slavery and the first to establish universal suffrage for men without the requirements of property ownership or specific income for voting rights. The Vermont Constitution was also the first to establish a system of public schools. (This excerpt taken from the The Old Constitution House website)
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