Enjoying the Vermont Experience
Though it is impossible to squeeze the beauty, history and friendly warmth that are Vermont into a few paragraphs, here’s an abbreviated look at a sampler of what to look for on your visit. First, start by flying into New York City or Boston, grab a rental car, and then head to the countryside.
The following six-day itinerary offers visitors some pretty unique ways to experience Vermont’s legendary fall foliage. Its scenic roadways are the obvious choice but for visitors looking for more adventure, you can see the foliage the way the bird’s do; from above. Get away from the crowds, unplug, and appreciate the beauty that surrounds you in the Green Mountain State.
Ideas for First Timers Visitors:
—Stop at the Church Street Marketplace in Burlington for great shopping and dining.
—Take the Ben & Jerry’s Factory Tour and visit the Flavor Graveyard.
—Try a Maple creemee—Vermont’s version of soft serve ice cream.
—Hike Mount Philo for beautiful views of Lake Champlain.
—Visit one of our craft breweries, cideries, distilleries, or wineries; you’ll find that they’re all over the state.
Ideas for Repeat Visitors:
—Try a farm stay or take a farm tour during Open Farm Week every August.
—Visit the dog chapel on Dog Mountain in St. Johnsbury.
—Follow the African American Heritage Trail with stops at Hildene, the Lincoln Family Home, and the Rokeby Museum, which was part of the underground railroad.
—Visit the Calvin Coolidge Homestead which is also the home of the Plymouth Cheese factory.
—Head to Kingdom Trails for a mountain bike ride
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