Central Vermont Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Central Vermont - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Billings Farm and Museum

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Founded by Frederick H. Billings in 1871, this is one of the oldest operating dairy farms in the country. In addition to watching the...

Brandon Artists Guild

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The guild exhibits and sells affordable paintings, sculpture, and pottery by more than 50 local member artists. ...

Brandon Museum at the Stephen A. Douglas Birthplace

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The famous statesman was born in this house in 1813. He left 20 years later to establish himself as a lawyer, becoming a three-time U.S.

Chaffee Art Center

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Housed in a beautiful mansion, the center exhibits the work of more than 200 Vermont artists. A second location is open downtown on Merchants...

Edgewater Gallery

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This gallery sits alongside picturesque Otter Creek, and the paintings, jewelry, ceramics, and pieces of furniture inside are just as...

Fort Ticonderoga Ferry

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Established in 1759, the Fort Ti cable ferry crosses Lake Champlain between Shoreham and Fort Ticonderoga, New York, at one of the oldest...

Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park

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Vermont's only national park is the nation's first to focus on conserving natural resources. The pristine 555-acre spread includes the...

Middlebury College

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Founded in 1800, this college was conceived as a more godly alternative to the worldly University of Vermont, though it has no religious...

Montshire Museum of Science

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Numerous hands-on exhibits at this science museum explore nature and technology. Kids can make giant bubbles, see images from NASA space...

New England Maple Museum

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Maple syrup is Vermont's signature product, and this museum north of Rutland explains the history and process of turning sap into syrup.