Vermont Attractions and Sightseeing
Moosefest Photo Gallery
Moosefest photo gallery. Bennington Moosefest 2009 in Bennington, Vermont, is a fun display of dozens of life-sized fiberglass moose painted by artists. Each moose is unique, as you'll see in these Moosefest pictures. Moosefest runs through October 17, 2009, when these wonderful moose creations will be auctioned for charity.
A Heavenly Place for Dogs and Their People
Stephen Huneck's Dog Chapel in St. Johnsbury, Vermont, is a heavenly place for dogs and their people. If you own a dog or have ever loved a dog, this is a must-see stop during your New England travels. Take your dog along to explore the chapel and the surrounding scenic property and nature trails.
The Bounty of Bennington
From your About Guide, centrally located in the southwest corner of Vermont, Bennington is a great day trip destination.
Into the Belly of the Beast
Venture inside the Vermont Teddy Bear factory to see how bears are made. Visit the factory in Shelburne, Vermont, or come along on a virtual photo tour.
New England's Most Photographed Farm
Located in Reading, Vermont, Jenne Farm is reputed to be New England's and perhaps even North America's most photographed farm. I'll tell you how to find the farm and take your own best shot.
One Drive, Five Covered Bridges
See five covered bridges on this driving tour of Bennington County Vermont. These photos of some of Vermont's best preserved covered bridges may inspire you to plan your own covered bridge tour.
There's No Better Cheddar
Visit Cabot Creamery in Cabot, Vermont, and get an up-close look at the cheesemaking process, plus sample all of their international award-winning cheeses and other dairy products made in Vermont. Or, if you can't get to Vermont, join your Guide on a virtual tour!
A Vermont Covered Bridge Adventure
See the two longest covered bridges in Vermont on this photo tour or when you plan your own Vermont covered bridge adventure. Scott Bridge and West Dummerston Bridge are both on scenic Route 30 about a half hour north of Brattleboro.
Watch, Shop & Dine at Simon Pearce
Where can you watch artisans creating hand blown glass and wheel thrown pottery, shop for unique housewares and decorative works of glass and clay including a selection of manufacturer’s seconds, glimpse a hydroelectric turbine at work and dine overlooking an old mill stream and a picturesque covered bridge? At Simon Pearce in Quechee, Vermont.
Get Outdoors and Enjoy Vermont
Have fun in the Vermont outdoors. Guest writer Ken Haggett of Peacepups Dog Sledding in Lake Elmore, Vermont, shares some ideas for outdoor activities in all four seasons.
Factory Tours of The Bowl Mill
This mill in Granville, Vermont, dates to the 1800s and you can still see turned Vermont hardwood bowls being crafted during tours of the factory, Monday through Friday.
Lake Champlain Maritime Museum
Artifacts and replicas tell the story of Vermont's maritime heritage at this museum in Vergennes, Vermont.
Mount Independence State Historic Site
Explore the remnanats of this Revolutionary War landmark in Orwell, Vermont, which was the site of an important American fort.
Old Stone House Museum
Built in interesting fashion as a dorm for the students of the Brownington Academy, this Brownington, Vermont, landmark is now open for tours May through October.
Rock of Ages Visitors Center
Tour Rock of Ages' Barre, Vermont, granite quarry, open daily from May through October.
The museum's 37 exhibition buildings house an 80,000-item collection of Americana, including tools, quilts, carriages, circus memorabilia, American paintings, and Impressionist works.
Things to Do in Central Vermont
An attractions guide and regional map of points of interest from the Central Vermont Chamber of Commerce.
Tour Ben & Jerry's
Visit ice cream gods Ben & Jerry at home in Vermont; sample the flavor of the day after your factory tour, and then visit the Scoop Shop for even more delicious flavors.
Vermont Calendar of Events
From art lectures to fly fishing, from concerts to rummage sales, a current rundown of what's happening in Vermont.