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HildeneRobert Todd Lincoln’s “Hildene,” home of Abraham Lincoln’s descendants until 1975. Tour the restored Georgian Revival mansion, hear the 1908 Aeolian organ. Original furnishings and personal family effects. Picturesque views from the formal garden. Daily mid-May through October from 9:30, last tour at 4:00. Rte. 7A, Manchester Village. (802) 362-1788.

Historic Grafton Village

Historic Grafton VillageA lovingly restored 19th century community considered one of the finest examples of rural New England architecture and village life. Self guided walking trails, museums, agricultural exhibits, cheddar cheese factory, x-c ski center, mountain biking, antiquing and more. Routes 121 and 35, 7 miles south of Chester. (802) 843-2255.

Jamaica State Park

Historic Grafton VillageJamaica State Park is located on a bend of the West River about one-half mile from the center of the town of Jamaica. Nearby to the north is Ball Mountain. Hamilton Falls is located about one mile up Cobb Brook, which enters the West River upstream from the park. The West River has a very large drainage area extending from Weston and the south side of Terrible Mountain to Windham on the east and Bromley on the west.

Jay Peak

One of Vermont's most exciting resorts; 2153 vertical feet, 66 trails & glades, 80% snowmaking coverage, a modern lift system including the fastest, longest quad in the East and Vermont's only Aerial Tram. More snowfall than any other eastern resort averaging 332 inches annually. Slopeside condos and the Hotel Jay offer convenient, affordable lodging packages.

Killington - Pico

Killington Mountain Ski ResortEndless... It's how we describe the adventures you'll experience on a vacation at Killington. From the biggest selection of terrain in the East and the most apres ski and dining choices, to wonderful family fun, Killington has endless adventures for everyone.

Pico Mountain has been one of Vermont’s favorites since 1937. Its 2,000 foot vertical drop, 7 lifts and 48 trails that lead to the same base area offer big mountain skiing with a rustic, small resort attitude.

Lake Champlain Ferries

Lake Champlain FerriesThree Crossing on Lake Champlain. Ferry between Grand Isle, VT & Plattsburgh, NY is open all year, the ferry between Burlington, VT & Port Kent, NY is open mid-May - mid-Oct.; the ferry between Charlotte, VT & Essex, NY is open April - Dec. Historical lake cruises, public cruises & private charters are available. King St. Dock, Burlington, VT 05401. (802) 864-9804.

Lake Champlain Maritime Museum

Lake Champlain Maritime MuseumDiscover why Lake Champlain is perhaps the most historic body of water in North America. Historical exhibits, maritime collections, nautical archaeology, working forge and boat building on beautiful lakeside location. Climb aboard the Revolutionary War gunboat replica PHILADELPHIA II. Open May 4 - October 18. From 22A at Vergennes to Basin Harbor, VT. (802) 475-2022.



Lake Memphremagog

Newport on Lake Memphremagog, Newport, VT. This lake, which is about 40 miles long, lies mostly in Quebec. At the Newport end there are three marinas and Customs/Immigration clearance.

Mad River Glen

Mad River GlenAt Mad River Glen you will find a ski area like no other. A place where skiing is still a sport, not an industry and where skiing remains an outdoor adventure in a pristine, natural setting. A place so perfect, its loyal skier banded together to protect and preserve it forever. Come experience America's most unique ski experience.

Maple Valley

Ski Maple ValleyPremier small Family mountain offering Southern Vermont's only day/night skiing, snowboarding, tubing and skating. Ski school, all ages and levels. Rentals and group rates. Ideal for clubs and schools. Game room, full lounge, snack bar, 20 minutes from Exit 2 off 1-91. 300 person capacity lounge available for rental year round.

Middlebury College Snow Bowl

Snow  Bowl Middlebury CollegeNew to the Snow Bowl this year will be glade skiing. Glades will be found on both the Sheehan and Worth Mt. chairs and will serve intermediate through advanced skiers. Add these to the existing exceptional variety of terrain at the Bowl and there will surely be something to please every skier or snowboarder in the family.

Montshire Museum of Science

Montshire Museum of ScienceEnjoy “one of the greatest assemblages of hands-on, child-friendly exhibits ever gathered in one place.” (NY Times). Inside, see live animals, aquariums, and exhibits on space, nature, and technology. Outside, explore nature trails and picnic areas along the Connecticut River. Open daily 10-5 all year. Just off exit 13, I-91. Norwich, VT. (802) 649-2200

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