• Things to Do

    Strap on your skis‚ lace up your hiking boots‚ or view the latest art exhibit. Hop on your bike‚ dip your toes in a gurgling mountain stream‚ taste fresh veggies and introduce yourself to the farmer who grew them. Read the works of Robert Frost‚ Vermont's poet laureate‚ and walk amongst the trees he planted and wrote about. Sample some locally produced adult beverages. Take a drive through Addison County‚ its covered bridges and enjoy foliage at its best.

    Need ideas on things to do in the area? Contact our Visitor Center by email or by phone at 802-388-7951.


  • Museums

    Middlebury College Museum of Art
    The college's permanent collection, traveling exhibitions, antiquities, Asian art, photography, 19th-century European and American painting and sculpture, contemporary prints.
    72 Porter Field Road
    Mahaney Center for the Arts
    Middlebury, VT 05753
    Vermont Folklife Center
    Our mission is to broaden, strengthen, and deepen our understanding of Vermont and the surrounding region; to assure a repository for our collective cultural memory; and to strengt
    88 Main Street
    Middlebury, VT 05753
    Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History
    The oldest community history museum in the U.S., the Sheldon's collection features 19th century Vermont furniture, textiles, paintings and household artifacts.
    1 Park Street
    Middlebury, VT 05753
    Lake Champlain Maritime Museum
    A non-profit museum dedicated to preserving and sharing the history of Lake Champlain
    4472 Basin Harbor Road
    Vergennes, VT 05491
    Rokeby Museum
    Rokeby Musuem . . . Stop on the Underground Railroad
    4334 Route 7
    Ferrisburgh, VT 05456

  • Fort Ticonderoga
  • Foal Day at UVM Morgan Horse Farm
  • Middlebury College's Museum of Art
  • Tasting room at Woodchuck Cider
  • Photo credits from top to bottom:

    Fort Ticonderoga
    UVM Morgan Horse Farm
    Addison County Chamber of Commerce
    Woodchuck Hard Cider