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  1. Middlebury Inn VT - Spring is Coming!

    Mansion & Lawn
    14 Court Square, Middlebury, Vermont, United States
    802-388-4961
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  2. Ben & Jerry's

    BenandJerry
    1281 Waterbury Stowe Rd, Waterbury, VT, United States
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    Experience the fun and educational 30 minute guided factory tour. Watch a moo-vie, get a bird's eye view of the production room, and sample the flavors of the day. A great activity for the whole family!
  3. Dakin Farm

    DaikinFarm
    100 Dorset St, South Burlington, VT, United States
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    Visit Vermont's tastiest attraction! See how Vermont's finest specialty foods are made including Smoked ham, pure Vermont Maple Syrup and Cheddar cheese.
  4. Lake Champlain Chocolates

    LakeChamplainChocolate
    65 Church St, Burlington, VT, United States
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    Tour the factory store and learn the story "From bean to chocolate". Sample the fresh delicious confections, all made right before your eyes.
  5. Maple Landmark Woodcraft

    MapleLandmark
    1297 Exchange St, Middlebury, VT, United States
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    Home of the Name Train, this is one of the largest wooden toy manufacturers in the U.S. Large windows allow visitors to view the transformation of Northeast maple into fine Vermont products. Please call ahead for factory tour.
  6. Otter Creek Brewing Inc

    OtterCreek
    793 Exchange St, Middlebury, VT, United States
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    Great beer is produced right here in Middlebury. Copper Ale, Stovepipe Porter and Pale Ale along with seasonal specials are brewed on the premises, and factory tours will show you just how.
  7. Vermont Soap

    616 Exchange St, Middlebury, VT, United States
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    This is the largest manufacturer of natural, handmade soaps in North America. It also produces liquid castile soaps, bath and shower gels, bath salts, and aromatherapy products. All are sold in the on-site Factory Outlet. Visitors may take the "Soap Tour" and view the collection of antique soap memorabilia in the soap museum.
  8. Vermont Teddy Bear Factory

    VermontTeddyBear
    6655 Shelburne Rd, Shelburne, VT, United States
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    The Vermont Teddy Bear Company has been handcrafting Teddy Bears right here in Vermont for more than 20 years. Visit the fun factory, take a tour, and see how beautiful Teddy Bears are born. It's a magical experience for the entire family! After your tour, you can make your own Teddy Bear!
  9. Bike Center

    74 Main St, Middlebury, VT, United States
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    For road, mountain, lifestyle, and children's we offer the best in new and used bikes and new gear. We focus on companies that offer superior products balancing innovation, reliability, and value. Use either our Main Street or our Frog Hollow entrance for sales.
  10. Robert Frost Interpretive Trail

    Robert Frost Interpretive Trail, Green Mountain National Forest, Ripton, VT 05766, USA
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    This trail is a National Recreation Trail that commemorates Robert Frost’s poetry; several of his poems are mounted along the trail in the woods and fields. Blueberries and huckleberries grow in an old field at the far end of the trail. The Forest Service maintains all of the old fields along this trail with prescribed fire to preserve the scenic, open appearance of the area. The trail is an easy walk, and the first 0.3 miles across a beaver pond boardwalk out to the South Branch of the Middlebury River is accessible and suitable for wheelchairs. Please practice Leave No Trace ethics, such as carry out what you carry in.
  11. Ralph Myhre Golf Course

    RalphMyhreGolf
    Middlebury, VT, United States
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    The course, named in memory of longtime superintendent Ralph Myhre, is the home course for the Middlebury College men's and women's golf teams. It is an 18 hole public course.
  12. Basin Harbor Club

    4800 Basin Harbor Rd, Vergennes, VT, United States
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    An 18-hole championship course with over 6,500 yards, a slope rating of 126, including great golf packages, makes Basin Harbor a delight for any golfer to play. World-known architect Geoffrey Cornish designed the player-friendly and attractive course – it’s Lake Champlain golf at is finest. Rolling terrain, well-placed bunkers, large, healthy trees, contoured fairways and service to match makes Basin Harbor Club a must play. Our course was the first in Vermont to become a sanctioned Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Golf Course. The program is dedicated to preserving natural resources and enhancing wildlife habitats. So when you select a lakeside golf package to complement your family resort vacation or corporate retreat, you will be able to boast about playing our course for years to come.
  13. Neshobe Golf Club

    NeshobeGolf
    224 Town Farm Rd, Brandon, VT, United States
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    Neshobe Golf Club has been included in the top 100 of the best public golf values in New England and rated the Number 1 value in Vermont by the New England Golf Guide. Neshobe provides an enjoyable experience for both expert golfers and those with higher handicaps. Our par-72 Championship course lies amongst woods, farm and pasture land, and rolling hills. While Neshobe GC affords beautiful mountain views in all directions, it is not a typical “mountain course”, having no severe up- or down-hill lies or blind shots. Clearly, it is a tribute to our Course Superintendent and his staff that players rave about the conditions, featuring 18 distinctive holes which provide a variety of challenges to all facets of the game.
  14. Cedar Knoll Country Club

    CedarKnollGolf
    13020 Vermont 116, Hinesburg, VT, United States
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    Located in the heart of the Champlain Valley, this championship 27 hole golf course offers something for every golfer. Rolling hills and elevation changes give our course its unique character and the stunning Vermont landscape surrounds our entire layout. Family owned and operated, we pay great attention to detail. Our course is meticulously maintained and the laid back atmosphere makes our clubhouse the perfect place to relax after the round. There’s no better place to enjoy all that Vermont has to offer! Cedar Knoll is located just minutes from I-89 and only 14 miles from Burlington on route 116.
  15. Middlebury College

    Middlebury College
    14 Old Chapel Rd, Middlebury, VT, United States
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    Middlebury College is located less than 1 mile from the Middlebury Inn, making this the perfect hotel for school tours or other events at the college, a prestigious liberal arts college that draws students from all over the world. Its broad curriculum includes the arts, humanities, and science, though it is particularly distinguished for its programs in foreign language, writing, international studies, and environmental studies. During your stay with us, take in one of the many college sporting events during any season. Walk the beautiful grounds and admire the amazing architecture. Or visit the college's Museum of Art or catch a performance in its uniquely inspired Performing Arts Center. On your way to the Middlebury College Bowl for skiing or just a scenic drive, check out the beautiful Bread Loaf Campus, the renowned home of college-sponsored writers' conferences and other retreats.
  16. University of Vermont

    UniveristyofVermont
    Burlington, VT, United States
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    The University of Vermont combines faculty-student relationships most commonly found in a small liberal arts college with the resources of a major research institution. The university is home to 9,970 undergraduates, 1,317 graduate students, 454 medical students and 1,364 full- and part-time faculty. Located in Burlington, Vermont (perennially voted one of America's most exciting small cities), UVM's setting in a valley on the shores of Lake Champlain, between the Adirondack and the Green mountain ranges, inspires visitors and residents.
  17. Champlain College

    ChamplainCollege
    163 S Willard St, Burlington, VT, United States
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    Founded in 1878, Champlain College is a small, private college overlooking Lake Champlain and Burlington, Vermont, with additional campuses in Montreal, Quebec and Dublin, Ireland. Our career-driven approach to higher education prepares students for their professional life from their very first semester.
  18. Castleton State College

    CastletonCollege
    62 Alumni Dr, Castleton, VT, United States
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    With 1900 full-time undergraduate students, Castleton is small enough to be a community where individuals matter, yet large enough to offer a diverse and challenging curriculum with more than 30 academic programs, 40 student clubs and organizations, and 20 varsity sports. At Castleton there is an understanding of the need for both career preparation and a liberal arts education.
  19. Sugarbush Resort

    1840 Sugarbush Access Rd, Warren, VT, United States
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    Many know us for our award winning terrain (and yes it is some of the best terrain in the East!), but we're much, much more than that. The natural beauty and mountain environment provide a striking setting and a true escape from the everyday. Our home - the Mad River Valley - provides a reason in and of itself to visit Sugarbush. "The Valley" as locals call it, is full of Vermont charm and empty of stop lights and fast food joints. Quirky shops, great restaurants, artisan galleries, covered bridges, church steeples, and more...all strung together by the winding Mad River. Come visit!
  20. Killington Resort

    Killington
    4763 Killington Rd, Killington, VT, United States
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    Besides being a four season destination, sitting on 3,000 acres in the heart of the Green Mountains in Central Vermont, here's why we are known as The Beast: Seven mountain peaks, including Pico Mountain at Killington offering 92 miles of diverse terrain to explore. 22 lifts at Killington, plus seven at Pico Mountain, equals an expansive lift network to get you up the hill and on the slopes faster. An average of 250" natural snowfall each year, plus snowmaking covering 600 of our skiable acres. Jam-packed schedule of bands, festivals and on-mountain competitions year round. Off-mountain activities, including a lift served Tubing Park, snowcat-drawn sleigh rides, snowmobile tours, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, spa treatments, shopping and more than 100 restaurants and bars in the region. Plus, after the snow melts, Killington features an 18-hole championship golf course as well as 45 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails. That is The Nature of The Beast.
  21. Mad River Glen Cooperative

    MadRiverGlen
    57 Schuss Pass, Fayston, VT, United States
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    Mad River Glen became one of Vermont’s first major ski areas when the Single Chair began carrying skiers to the top of General Stark Mountain in 1948. From the very beginning, Mad River Glen has been unique, a place where skiing is a sport not an industry, working with nature not against it. Mad River Glen began a new era in 1995 when its skiers came together to form the Mad River Glen Cooperative. In an age when the ski industry is becoming increasingly consolidated and homogenized, America’s only skier-owned major mountain bucks the trend by remaining independent and preserving a brand of skiing that exists nowhere else.
  22. Middlebury Snow Bowl

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    6886 Vermont 125, Hancock VT 05748
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    The ski area of Middlebury College
  23. Kenyon Arena

    KenyonArena
    Middlebury, VT, United States
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    Middlebury's hockey home sports a 200' X 95' ice surface and holds 2,600 spectators. The rink also includes several wheelchair spaces, and allows for several hundred standing room viewers. Spectators sit in comfort with the rink heated to 55 degrees as they enjoy state-of-the-art lighting and sound systems. A full concessions area is located at the rink concourse and entry corridor levels. A large kitchen and pantry provides food to the concessions area as well as other functions in the facility.
  24. Roy L. Patrick Gymnasium

    97 Spear St, Burlington, VT, United States
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    Patrick Gym has been the home of the Vermont Catatmounts since 1963. It was named in honor of Roy L. Patrick, a longtime benefactor of the university and a former member of the school's board of trustees. It has undergone renovations twice to improve the facility for athletes and spectators. In 1982, new bleachers were added, improving the fans proximity to the court. In 1990, new lighting and a new wooden floor were installed to give Patrick Gym one of the top playing surfaces in the East.
  25. Gutterson Fieldhouse

    147 Spear St, Burlington, VT, United States
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    Gutterson Fieldhouse opened in 1963 and with it came the modern era of ice hockey at the University of Vermont. Since then, the building has been home to 47 years of Catamount hockey. Originally built with a capacity of 3,335, Gutterson has long been considered one of the toughest places in college hockey for visiting teams to play. The rink was refurbished for the 1990-91 season with the ice surface being expanded to 200 ft. x 90 ft. and the capacity increased to the current 4,007. In the summer of 2005, renovations to the glass, boards, sound system, scoreboard and lighting improved the facility without compromising the character of a great college hockey venue.
  26. Danforth Pewter Workshop & Store

    Danforth
    52 Seymour St, Middlebury, VT, United States
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    You can see handcrafted pewter jewelry and tableware being made, either spun on a lathe or cast in a bronze mold. The gift store is located on Seymour Street within walking distance of the Middlebury Inn.
  27. Middlebury College: Museum of Art

    MiddleburyCollegeofArt
    72 Porter Field Rd, Middlebury, VT, United States
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    Our campus town hotel is very convenient to the museum, which is an integral educational and cultural component of Middlebury College. Galleries exhibit antiques, European and American paintings, sculpture, photography, prints artifacts, and other artwork from its permanent collection. The Performing Arts Center, which is housed in a fun building with unique spaces, is known for its variety of dance, theatrical, and musical productions and recitals with numerous award-winning regional and national performers among them.
  28. Town Hall Theater

    MiddleburyTownHall
    68 S Pleasant St, Middlebury, VT, United States
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    Originally built in 1884, the recently restored theatre features live stage performances by local and regional acts.
  29. The Vergennes Opera House

    VergennesOperaHouse
    120 Main St, Vergennes, VT, United States
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    Built in 1897 and located in one of the smallest cities in the U.S. (and the oldest city in Vermont), the opera house hosts live performances.
  30. Vermont Folklife Center

    88 Main St, Middlebury, VT, United States
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    The center, located downtown at the junction of Routes 30 and 125 is a gallery that features contemporary arts. The Vermont Folklife Center's mission is to provide a living archive of family stories and folklore. Open Saturdays 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  31. Birds of Vermont Museum

    900 Sherman Hollow Rd, Huntington, VT, United States
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    Displays more than 450 lifelike carvings completed by Bob Spear. The museum highlights Vermont's nesting birds and endangered and extinct birds in a dynamic exhibit. Walk to the nearby pond and flowing streams, plus 100 acres of adjacent nature trails.
  32. Chimney Point State Park

    ChimneyPointStatePark
    Addison, VT, United States
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    This Vermont-owned historic site, located at the Lake Champlain narrows at the foot of the Champlain Bridge, is a late-1700s brick tavern that was also a summer resort in the late 1800s. Exhibits present the Champlain Valley's Native American and French history.
  33. Fort Ticonderoga

    FortTiconderoga
    30 Fort Ti Rd, Ticonderoga, NY, United States
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    This Vermont-owned historic site, located at the Lake Champlain narrows at the foot of the Champlain Bridge, is a late-1700s brick tavern that was also a summer resort in the late 1800s. Exhibits present the Champlain Valley's Native American and French history.
  34. Henry Sheldon Museum-Vermont

    SheldonMusum
    1 Park St, Middlebury, VT, United States
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    This is the oldest community museum in the United States. Founded by collector Henry Sheldon, it opened in 1884 in an elegant Federal-style house built in 1829. View one of Vermont's premier collections of furniture, paintings, documents and artifacts.
  35. Lake Champlain Maritime Museum

    4472 Basin Harbor Rd, Vergennes, VT, United States
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    Discover why Lake Champlain is considered the most historic body of water in North America. This museum features a replica of the 54-foot Revolutionary War gunboat Philadelphia II. Visit historic exhibits, maritime collections, nautical archaeology lab and exhibits, boat building courses and demos, kid's maritime playground, special events and Museum Store. Open seasonally.
  36. New England Maple Museum

    NewEngland MapleMuseum
    4578 U.S. 7, Pittsford, VT, United States
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    Take a journey through Vermont's Maple Sugaring History. Tour the maple sugaring museum, visit the tasting room, and then take a trip down "sugaring lane" for a slide show in the theater. Afterwards stroll through the gift shop for maple products and unique Vermont crafts, books and specialty foods.
  37. The Robert Frost Farm

    RobertFrostFarm
    122 Rockingham Rd, Derry, New Hampshire, United States
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    The famous American poet Robert Frost taught at Middlebury College and lived in a cabin in the area for 23 summers. Walk the Robert Frost Interpretive Trail, located near Middlebury College Bread Loaf School of English, where you'll find several plaques of Frost's poems, history and the management of the trail and its surroundings.
  38. Shelburne Farms

    ShelburneFarms
    1611 Harbor Rd, Shelburne, VT, United States
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    Shelburne Farms is a 1,400-acre working farm and national historic site. During the warmer months, enjoy apple picking, hayrides, property tours and a children's farmyard.
  39. Shelburne Museum

    ShellburneMuseum
    6000 Shelburne Rd, Shelburne, VT, United States
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    When you stay with us, you'll experience one of the best inns near Shelburne Museum, offering a premier collection of American folk art, paintings, crafts and more. Includes 45 acres of exhibit areas, galleries, a Museum Shop, furnished period homes, other relocated historic buildings, and the SS Ticonderoga, the last operating passenger steamboat on Lake Champlain.
  40. Morgan Horse Farm

    MorganHorse
    74 Battell Dr, Middlebury, VT, United States
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    The Morgan horse is Vermont's state animal, and the state's first breed of horse. Tour the barns, view horses in the pasture, watch the training, and learn the history of the Morgan Horse at this farm listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
  41. Danforth Pewter Workshop & Store

    52 Seymour St, Middlebury, VT, United States
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    You can see handcrafted pewter jewelry and tableware being made, either spun on a lathe or cast in a bronze mold. The gift store is located on Seymour Street within walking distance of the Middlebury Inn.
  42. Beau Ties Ltd of Vermont

    Beauties
    69 Industrial Ave, Middlebury, VT, United States
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    The Beau Ties story began when we launched Beau Ties Ltd. of Vermont in 1993, and dedicated ourselves to providing an unmatched selection of superior handcrafted silk bow ties to other folks who love them as much as we do. Now, over 100,000 customers later, it appears we've struck a nerve with more than just a few bow tie deprived guys.
  43. Geiger of Austria Inc

    38 Pond Ln, Middlebury, VT, United States
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  44. Maple Landmark Woodcraft

    MapleLandmark
    1297 Exchange St, Middlebury, VT, United States
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    Home of the Name Train, this is one of the largest wooden toy manufacturers in the U.S. Large windows allow visitors to view the transformation of Northeast maple into fine Vermont products. Please call ahead for factory tour.
  45. Otter Creek Brewing Inc

    OtterCreek
    793 Exchange St, Middlebury, VT, United States
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    Great beer is produced right here in Middlebury. Copper Ale, Stovepipe Porter and Pale Ale along with seasonal specials are brewed on the premises, and factory tours will show you just how.
  46. Vermont Soap

    VermontSoap
    616 Exchange St, Middlebury, VT, United States
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    This is the largest manufacturer of natural, handmade soaps in North America. It also produces liquid castile soaps, bath and shower gels, bath salts, and aromatherapy products. All are sold in the on-site Factory Outlet. Visitors may take the "Soap Tour" and view the collection of antique soap memorabilia in the soap museum.
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