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Rokeby Museum

Rokeby MuseumTour this national historic landmark and meet the Robinsons - a remarkable family of Quaker pioneers, farmers, abolitionists, authors and artists. Rokeby was their home from 1793 to 1961, a prosperous sheep farm and a stop on the Underground Railroad. Today, it offers an intimate look into tow centuries of family and rural life in Vermont. Open mid-May to mid-October, Thursday - Sunday, Route 7, Ferrisburgh, VT. (802) 877-3406

St. Anne’s Shrine

St. Anne's ShrineSituated on Lake Champlain in scenic Grand Isle County. Chapel, Souvenirs, Cafeteria, Picnic Grounds, Grotto, Stations of the Cross, Beach, Dock. Site of Fort St. Anne, VT’s oldest settlement. Samuel de Champlain statue, sculpted at Expo ‘67. Our Lade of Lourdes Statue. No admission. Open daily mid-May to mid-Oct. Daily Devotions. Isle La Motte, VT. (802) 928-3362.

St. Johnsbury Athenaeum and Art Gallery

St. Anne's ShrineFree ornate 1871 public library and 1873 art gallery. America's oldest unaltered art gallery. 100 paintings, sculptures, landscapes. Bierstadt's impressive " Domes of the Yosemite." Poetry readings. Posters, notes and art cards for sale.

Santa’s Land

Santa's LandA Christmas theme village and animal park. Enjoy a visit with Santa and his animal friends. Located in the foothills on Vermont’s beautiful Green Mountains with many exotic and barnyard animals, petting zoo and walk-thru deer forest. Kiddie rides, new super slide, playgrounds, picnic areas, costume characters and much more! Dine in the Igloo or try yummy homemade fudge from the Sweet Shop. Visit the Christmas Tree Shop full of Christmas treasure. Open Memorial Day Weekend to Christmas. Open 10-5pm. Rte. 5, Putney. (800) 726-8299.

Shelburne Farms

Shelburne FarmsVisit a 1,400 - acre working farm, national historic site and non - profit environmental education center. Milk a cow in the Children’s Farmyard, wander scenic walking trails, join a guided property tour. The Welcome Center and Farm Store, open year-round, features a slide presentation and farm products including Shelburne Farms farmhouse cheddar. Call (802) 985-8686 for info. Jct. of Harbor and Bay Roads, Shelburne, VT 05842

Shelburne Museum

Shelburne MuseumNationally celebrated collections of American folk art, artifacts and architecture. 37 buildings, 45 acres. 80,000 objects. Steamboat Ticonderoga, a national historic landmark. Private rail car. Steam Engine. Covered Bridge. Museum Stores. Cafe. Free Parking. Admission. Open every day, 10-5, late May to mud-October. Limited winter schedule. Store open year-round. Rte. 7, Shelburne, VT. (802) 985-3346.

Simon Pearce Glass

Watch our renowned handblown glass and handthrown pottery being created - start to finish - from a special cat-walk viewing gallery above the workspace floor. The facilities on the Connecticut River include two retail shops, handicap access, easy parking, free admission. Exit 9 off I-91, Rte. 5 south, one mile. Windsor. Open daily 9am - 5pm. Call (802) 674-6280.

Smugglers’ Notch

Smugglers' Notch Ski ResortVoted the #1 Family Ski Resort in North America by the readers of Ski Magazine. Experience 3 big mountains with 1,000 acres of all-terrain access, 3,500-foot terrain park with lift-serviced halfpipe. Family Fun is guaranteed in our convenient slopeside Resort Village... from award-winning children's programs and child care to swimming, dining and entertainment. 

Southern Vermont Natural History Museum

Southern Vermont Natural History MuseumThis fascinating museum contains a large collection of native New England birds and mammals. Wildflowers exhibited in season. Fun for the children and adults. Open 7 days a week from 9-5, late May thru October. Winter hours vary, best to cal ahead. Admission: $2/adult, $1/children. Marlboro, VT. (802) 464-0048

Spirit of Ethan Allen II

Spirit of Ethan Allen IIEscape to the Lake aboard a 500 passenger luxury cruise ship. Cruise on Lake Champlain and experience breathtaking scenery on a daily Narrated Scenic Cruise, Sunset, Brunch, Dinner, Murder Mystery or Variety Show Dinner Cruise. Search for Champ, the elusive lake monster. Two enclosed and heated decks. Departs at Spirit Landing, Burlington Boathouse, College St., Burlington, VT (802) 862-8300.


Stowe Mountain ResortVermont's highest peak, longest average trail length in the east, Yurt, halfpipe, terrain park, night skiing, gourmet mountain-top dining, web cafe, slopeside lodging, Cross Country Center, part of East's largest X-C network, new demo center offering an array of skiing, snowboarding, telemark and snow blading equipment.

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