Vermont Tourism & Visitor Guide
Welcome to Vermont!
Famous for its country inns, covered bridges, and recreational opportunities such as hiking, biking, and cross country skiing, Vermont has a reputation for being the state with a "mind of its own." Visit Montpelier, the state's capital, which has the oldest and best-kept state house in the union. See Lake Champlain from the shore or on a schooner cruise, or visit one of the area's numerous historic sites. In Burlington, check out the summer jazz music festival. Burlington is also the home of Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream factory, where tours are available for the curious. A trip to the Green Mountains area of Vermont is an absolute must. Manchester is a bastion of outdoor activities and also boasts the American Museum of Fly Fishing, featuring a host of information dedicated to this outdoor pastime. It is the Green Mountains that hold the ski resorts for which Vermont is so well known. Spend some time at Killington/Pico, Stowe, Rutland or one of the several other resorts.
Current & Upcoming Events [ View All ]
Looking for something to do in Vermont? Check out these current and upcoming events. If you know of an event that is not listed in the travel guide, please feel free to add an event listing (it's free).
- Weston Antiques Show
Sep 30 to Oct 01 » Weston Playhouse Theatre Company
- Stowe Oktoberfest
Oct 01 to Oct 02 » Stowe
- Vermont Sheep & Wool Festival
Oct 01 to Oct 02 » Essex Junction, VT
- Weston Craft Show
Oct 07 to Oct 09 » Weston Playhouse Theatre Company
- Annual Stowe Foliage Arts Festival
Oct 07 to Oct 09 » Stowe
- Newfane Heritage Festival
Oct 08 to Oct 09 » Newfane Common
- Annual Brattleboro Literary Festival
Oct 13 to Oct 16 » Brattleboro
- First Night Burlington
Nov 01 » Burlington, VT
- British Invasion of Stowe
TBA » Stowe