Vermont Attractions September 30, 2020
The 8 Best Little-Known Attractions In Vermont To Visit This Year
Vermont is home to countless amazing attractions, from nature getaways and historic sites to general stores and charming small towns. Here’s a list of 8 lesser-known attractions in Vermont that can be enjoyed by all. Let’s dive in and discuss these splendid little-known attractions in Vermont.
1. Rock of Ages Granite Quarry, Barre
This epic quarry has to be seen to be believed. With teal colors and sheer granite walls, the Rock of Ages Quarry is an attraction in Vermont that amazes every visitor. For more info, visit their
to book a visit and learn more about the quarry.
2. Ben & Jerry's Flavor Graveyard, Waterbury
Stop by the
and relive the nostalgia of past Ben & Jerry's ice cream flavors. With funny and clever captions, this little gem can be found at the
Ben & Jerry's Factory
3. Dog Chapel and Mountain, St. Johnsbury
Calling all dog lovers. Celebrate all the wonders of pups at this chapel and park dedicated to all the canines out there.
4. F.H. Gillingham and Sons, Woodstock
Located in the affluent and charming town of Woodstock, this general store is a lovely little spot in the downtown area. You'll find all sorts of Vermont products, from food and beverage to souvenirs, clothing and crafts.
5. Wilson Castle, Proctor
Finding Wilson Castle tucked away in the wilderness, surrounded by forest, is quite an experience. The magnitude and architectural brilliance of this mid-19th century castle in the Green Mountains. Today the castle serves as a Museum and private gathering space for events and weddings. Visit their website
to find more out about this place.
6. The Museum of Everyday Life, Glover
Upon first reading the name of this museum you might wonder how this place can be interesting, seeing as it's all about everyday life. But that is part of the intrigue and charm of this little isolated museum. The barn is full of bizarre and unusual items. There are also plenty of antique objects to peruse as well. Check out the museum
7. Robert Frost Interpretive Trail, Ripton
Take this short
, "the one less travelled by," and enjoy nature's surroundings and the pastoral stanzas from the great poet Robert Frost.
8. Crowe Bookshop, Burlington
Step back in time and lose track of time in this anachronistic bookshop in Burlington, Vermont. Classic books, used books, and new period works can all be found in this rustic wood interior shop.
Have you visited any of these places recently? What are your favorite places to visit in Vermont? Let us know below in the comments section.
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