This is a picturesque location with a covered bridge, white-glazed churches, aged barns, and ski paths down the hill.

Church Street Marketplace

The Church Street Marketplace is a thriving open-air shopping centre with historic buildings in Burlington, Vermont. It hosts festivals all year round.


Hildene was created by Robert Lincoln, the president's eldest son, as a family residence. Hildene celebrates the peonies in May and June each year.

Mount Mansfield and Smugglers Notch

The park's name, Smugglers Notch, comes from the notch that divides Mount Mansfield, the highest peak, at an elevation of 2,119 feet (646 m).

Burlington Bike Path

Although there are many people using this route for road biking, jogging, and bird watching, you may still find some peace and quiet at slower times of day.

Quechee Gorge

The gorge is the deepest gorge in Vermont at 165 feet. It is a well-liked tourist destination in Quechee State Park.

Bennington Battle Monument and Museum

The monument is 306 feet tall and honours the Battle of Bennington during the American Revolution.

Lake Champlain

The oldest known fossil reef in the world is found in Lake Champlain, and some people believe that there may still be dinosaurs in the lake.

Billings Farm & Museum

The Woodstock Dairy Farm and the House Museum are a thriving farm and a museum devoted to the history of scientific farming.

Maple Farm

The maple trees that paint Vermont's autumnal landscape in a riot of colour also make Vermont the top maple syrup producer in the country.

Ben & Jerry's

The Ben & Jerry's factory tour is unquestionably Vermont's most well-liked family activity. Adults also like it.