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Places to Visit in Vermont

Share Your Favorite Tourist Attractions in Vermont

Places to visit in Vermont vary by season. If your favorite family travel experiences all include outdoor adventures, you will definitely feel right at home in Vermont!

During the colder months of the year, the best places to visit in Vermont are the ski resorts. The snow piles up high, and there are skis, snowboards, and snowmobiles just waiting to be rented! In the autumn, you can head to Queechee Gorge or any other number of places throughout the state to take in the colorful foliage before winter sets in.

places to visit in vermont; vermont sign During the warmer months of the year, you can find many opportunities for golfing, hiking, and bicycling throughout the state. Fishing and camping opportunities are also plentiful, with many state parks spread out across the state.

There are also some unique places to visit in Vermont. You can tour the sugar maples. Visit one of the many dairy farms and see where your milk comes from. Visit the homestead and birthplace of Coolidge. Or, just pick a town at random and explore the many open spaces available for exploration.

Tell us your favorite tourist attractions in Vermont . Its easy to do. Here's a road trip review from one reader:

Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream Factory

One of the best tourist attractions for both children and adults who are visiting Vermont is the Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream Factory in Waterbury, Vermont.

At the factory, there is a video where you can learn about the history of how these two started their ice cream empire. You are lead through a maze of fun activities where you learn more about how to make ice cream, where you can buy Ben and Jerry’s ice cream throughout the world, and a lot of games for the children.

There is also a large display about the different chemicals that are not present in Ben and Jerry’s ice cream and why they chose to purposely exclude such ingredients. The factory is filled with colorful visuals that are stimulating for children, but are still appropriate for adults. One of the best parts of the factory tour is the taste-testing section where people can try their favorite flavors.

Afterwards, we went to the gift shop, which is filled with a lot of fun goods. The kids absolutely loved it because many of the products had ice cream symbols on it and the boys loved the cow symbols. While we were at the gift shop, we were lucky enough to see Jerry himself! He was extremely friendly and he even took the time to chat with us for a bit. I guess he tours there often and likes to show his face for all of his fans. It was a terrific experience is a great activity for families to do together! For more information, go to the website at: http://www.benjerry.com/scoop-shops/factory-tours/.



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