Silloway Maple - Randolph Center, VT

"The Silloway Family has been sugaring since 1942 in Randolph Center, Vermont. Tradition pairs with the latest advancements in technology to produce the finest maple syrup and products from the healthiest trees. Our sap is boiled over a traditional wood-fired arch." Now serving maple creemees!

Montague Golf Club - Randolph, VT

"Open for play since 1913, the Montague Golf Club is the second oldest operating golf course in Vermont. A beautiful, 6,300-yard links golf course with many holes fronting on the Third Branch of the White River. Montague’s front nine is lined by maple and pine trees. The back nine is more of an open “links-style”, with rolling fairways and sloping land lined with tall heather grasses."

Vermont Creemee Trail

Vermont has a vibrant food and farm culture. Our state is famous for many delicious products, like dairy and maple. Combine the two into a maple creemee and the result is a divine treat.

Vermont Granite Museum - Barre, VT

"The Vermont Granite Museum was founded by a coalition of over 300 Central Vermont citizens in 1994 as way to preserve the story and memories of our community’s granite industry. Since that time we have worked relentlessly to salvage the historic Jones Brothers Manufacturing Plant and turn it into a museum. Our building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Construction started in 1998, and capital improvements are made every year. We are still under development which means that we are working hard to complete the construction of the museum while also hosting guests and giving tours, designing exhibits, presenting events, and teaching workshops."

Barr Hill Distillery - Montpelier, VT

"Imagine a place where farmland meets forest, and people live by the land. Where deep woodland aromas mingle with wildflowers in sunlit fields. Where the time is measured by the ebb and flow of frigid winters, muddy springs, balmy summers, and colorful autumns. This is our inspiration, and the heart of our mindful approach to distilling. The land spurs our creativity and serves as a guide on our quest to produce flawless Landcrafted spirits. Welcome to Barr Hill."

Ben and Jerry's Factory - Waterbury, VT

"Our Waterbury site, which was our first factory built in 1985, continues to play an important dual role where we manufacture pints and host fans from around the world for a sneak peek into how the magic happens. While we are not able to resume offering factory tours or open our gift shop area until a future date we are so excited to welcome you back at least for a visit to our scoop shop where you can enjoy an old favorite flavor or discover a new one."

Quechee Gorge - Quechee, VT

"Some 13,000 years ago, during the Ice Age, Quechee, like the majority of our continent, was covered by a glacier. As the glacier receded from the ocean waters, the melting waters slowly and steadily cut away the bedrock ridge that has become Vermont’s most spectacular natural wonder, Quechee Gorge. Enjoy beautiful vistas 168 feet from the bridge above the Ottaquechee River, have a picnic overlooking the waterfalls. For more active groups enjoy hiking or walking the trails along the mile-long chasm."

VINS Nature Center - Quechee, VT

"VINS (Vermont Institute of Natural Science) has been a leader in environmental education and wildlife conservation and care since 1972. We are known nationally for innovative natural science curricula and education programs for learners of all ages. VINS' mission is to motivate individuals and communities to care for the environment through education, research, and avian wildlife rehabilitation."

Billings Farm & Museum - Woodstock, VT

"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."

Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium - St. Johnsbury, VT

"The Fairbanks Museum was founded in 1889 by St. Johnsbury industrialist Franklin Fairbank. Inside our classic Victorian building, you’ll find a dazzling array of animals and artifacts, dolls and tools, shells and fossils, and much more! Take a trip through the cosmos in Vermont's only public planetarium. A full calendar of events, workshops, lectures and field programs invites everyone to explore the nature of our world."

ECHO Leahy Center for Lake Champlain - Burlington, VT

"Through more than 100 interactive exhibits; 70 species of fish, reptiles, and amphibians; major changing exhibits; a 2,500-square foot early learning interactive space; ECHO encourages visitors to view the natural environment as part of their neighborhood and to explore, learn about, and consider opportunities for stewardship."
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