Southern Vermont

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

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  • 1. Dorset Quarry

    Body Of Water/Waterfall

    On hot summer days the sight of dozens of families jumping, swimming, and basking in the sun around this massive 60-foot-deep swimming hole...Read More

  • 2. Hildene


    A twofold treat, the summer home of Abraham Lincoln's son Robert provides insight into the lives of the Lincoln family, as well as an introduction...Read More

  • 3. Southern Vermont Arts Center


    Located at the end of a long, winding driveway, this center has a permanent collection of more than 800 19th- and 20th-century American artworks...Read More

  • 4. Adams Family Farm


    At this working farm you can collect fresh eggs from the chicken coop, feed a rabbit, milk a goat, ride a tractor or a pony, catch a fish in...Read More

  • 5. American Museum of Fly Fishing


    This museum houses the world's largest collection of angling art and angling-related objects—more than 1,500 rods, 800 reels, 30,000 flies,...Read More

  • 6. Bennington Battle Monument


    This 306-foot stone obelisk with an elevator to the top commemorates General John Stark's Revolutionary War victory over the British, who attempted...Read More

  • 7. Bennington Center for the Arts


    The center mounts exhibitions by local and national artists in its galleries, and sculptures often dot the lawns. Permanent-collection highlights...Read More

  • 8. Bennington College

    Educational Institution

    Contemporary stone sculpture and white-frame neo-Colonial dorms surrounded by acres of cornfields punctuate the green meadows of the placid...Read More

  • 9. Bennington Museum


    The rich collections here feature military artifacts, early tools, dolls, and the Bennington Flag, one of the oldest of the Stars and Stripes...Read More

  • 10. Brattleboro Museum and Art Center


    Downtown is the hub of Brattleboro's art scene, at the forefront of which is this museum in historic Union Station. It presents changing exhibitions...Read More

  • 11. Harlow's Sugar House


    The Harlow family has been sugaring on this farm 2 miles north of Putney since 1927. A working cider mill and sugarhouse are on site, and in...Read More

  • 12. Historical Society Museum


    This endearingly cluttered museum documents the town's history with photographs, soapstone displays, musical instruments, furniture, tools,...Read More

  • 13. Marlboro Music


    Tiny Marlboro, 10 miles west of Brattleboro, draws musicians from around the world each summer to Marlboro College for Marlboro Music. The festival...Read More

  • 14. Merck Forest & Farmland Center


    This 3,100-acre educational center has 30 miles of nature trails for hiking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and horseback riding. You can...Read More

  • 15. Newfane


    With a village green surrounded by pristine white buildings, Newfane, 6 miles southeast of Townshend, is sometimes described as the quintessential...Read More

  • 16. Old Bennington

    Historic District/Site

    West of downtown, this National Register Historic District is well endowed with stately Colonial and Victorian mansions. The Catamount Tavern...Read More

  • 17. Park-McCullough House


    The architecturally significant Park-McCullough House is a 35-room classic French Empire–style mansion, built in 1865 and furnished with period...Read More

  • 18. Putney


    Nine miles upriver, this town of fewer than 3,000 residents—the country cousin of bustling Brattleboro—is a haven for writers and fine and craft...Read More

  • 19. Robert Frost Stone House Museum


    Robert Frost came to Shaftsbury in 1920, he wrote, "to plant a new Garden of Eden with a thousand apple trees of some unforbidden variety."...Read More

  • 20. Southern Vermont Natural History Museum


    This museum 5 miles east of Wilmington houses one of New England's largest collections of mounted birds, including three extinct species and...Read More

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