Things To Do





New England Maple Museum

4578 U.S. Rt.7, Pittsford, VT


A trip to Vermont is not complete without a visit to the New England Maple Museum! Nestled in the foot hills of the Green Mountains, the museum is conveniently located on Route 7 in Pittsford, just outside the village. Learn about the history of maple syrup, taste some samples and YES, purchase some to take home with you!




Vermont Marble Exhibit

52 Main Street, Proctor, VT


Welcome to The Vermont Marble Museum, the largest marble exhibit in the world, and a great source of pride for generations of Vermonters. Through our displays, exhibits, galleries, gift shop and grounds, the Vermont Marble Museum tells a unique story of the people and places that made up Vermont’s marble industry, linking historical, artistic and cultural traditions, and connecting the past with the present. We hope you’ll visit us soon in Proctor, Vermont.




Killington Arts Guild

2363 Rt.4, Killington, VT


The Guild endeavors to develop cultural advancement and awareness that the ARTS are present and enrich every moment of our daily lives, not exclusive to museums, symphony halls or academia; to foster understanding that the ARTS put adults and children in touch with their abilities to think, imagine and grow; and to help impart and enjoy the many facets of the ARTS knowing that without its many forms, much of what we know and have would not exist.



Compass Music and Arts Center

333 Jones Drive, Brandon, VT


CMAC will entertain, educate, involve, and inspire its visitors through engagement with exhibits, performances, programs, and workshops that celebrate music and the creative arts. A 250-seat performance hall will provide an ideal space for live music, dance performances, art exhibits, and community functions. Artist studios will offer local artists an inspiring and collaborative space to work, with gallery spaces around the Center available to showcase their talents. Studio space and lesson rooms will allow musicians their own work space to offer lessons in various musical disciplines.



Billings Farm and Museum

5302 Old River Road, Woodstock, VT


Explore one of the finest operating dairy farms in America and a museum of Vermont’s rural past – your gateway to Vermont’s rural heritage. Billings Farm features many aspects of farm work, including care of the Jersey cows and other livestock, milking of the herd, crop rotation, and feed production.




Weston Playhouse

12 Park Street, Weston, VT


Vermont’s oldest professional theatre is a living testament to a community’s belief in the arts. In 1935, while the Great Depression was raging, Weston-born architect Raymond Austin was putting the finishing touches on a playhouse that one Boston Globe critic would dub “the most beautiful theatre in New England.” A former church renovated for the town’s dramatic club, the Weston Playhouse quickly attracted the attention of director Harlan Grant, who produced the theatre’s first summer stock season in 1937, featuring a young actor named Lloyd Bridges.




Calvin Coolidge Homestead

3780 VT-100A, Plymouth, VT


In 1872, John Calvin Coolidge (his family called him Calvin or “Cal”) was born in a house attached to his father’s general store. In 1876, his father, “Colonel” John Coolidge, purchased the homestead across the street, a simple, one and one-half story farmhouse connected to a barn in the typical New England “big house, little house, backhouse, barn” configuration. He repaired the house, bought some new furniture, and added a front porch and two-story bay windows, but made few other changes.




ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center

1 College Street, Burlington, VT


ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain is a 501(c) non-profit organization. ECHO’s mission is to educate and delight people about the Ecology, Culture, History, and Opportunities for Stewardship of the Lake Champlain Basin.




Green Mountain Railroad

1 Railway Lane, Burlington, VT



The Vermont Rail System is a privately owned and operated short-line railroad that runs throughout Vermont and Upstate New York. Our railroad family works together, with three generations of dedicated railroaders, to make your experience nothing but enjoyable. Whether you are coming along for one of our seasonal event trains or chartering our train for your own event, our passenger representatives will work with you to make sure your experience exceeds expectations. Take a ride with us through Vermont’s scenic countryside and experience our beautiful Green Mountain State from the rails.




Hathaway Farm

741 Prospect Hill Road, Rutland, VT


Hi there & welcome to our farm!

The farm has been in our family for three generations (so far), since 1942. Prior to this, the Osgood family owned the farm for five generations. They raised “lots” of potatoes here & in fact were known as the Potato Kings of Vermont! They also were one of the largest maple producers in Vermont.




Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park

54 Elm Street, Woodstock, VT


“There is a mandate to invent an entirely new kind of park. It must be one where the human stories and the natural history are intertwined; where the relatively small acreage serves as an educational resource for the entire National Park Service and a seedbed for American environmental thought; and where the legacy of American conservation and its future enter into dialogue, generating a new environmental paradigm for our day.” Author and professor John Elder at the opening of the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park, June 5, 1998.