Vermont November 22, 2016
14 Legitimately Fun Things You Can Do In Vermont Without Spending A Dime
Whoever said you need money to have fun clearly has not enjoyed all that Vermont has to offer. There are endless places to hike and explore, and while some things require you to shell out the dough, let’s not overlook the fun free things VT has to offer. After all, the best things in life are free!
1. Outdoor LOVE sculpture by Robert Indiana - Middlebury
Go on a scavenger hunt on Middlebury’s distinguished campus collection of public art. It includes 24 works by 24 different artists, many of them nationally or internationally known.
2. Moss Glen Falls - Granville
Waterfalls are a crowd pleaser, and the best part - they're free! Here are 16
waterfalls in Vermont
that are hiding in plain sight.
3. Magic Hat Brewing Company - South Burlington
Vermonters love their craft beers, and after a tour of how it's made you'll love them even more.
4. Green Mountain Audubon Center - Huntington
Bring your camera to capture the memories you'll be making here - and the kids absolutely love it!
5. Harry Barber's Miniature Castles - South Hero
These mini castles around South Hero are beautiful, and the
history behind them
is spectacular. Check them out!
6. Robert Frost Wayside Trail - Ripton
You'll love this easy nature hike in the beautiful Green Mountains. It's not very long but rich in serenity and touching poems by Robert Frost.
7. Lake Champlain Chocolates - Burlington
Perhaps the sweetest tour in Vermont! See how these confectionary delights are made at their Burlington Factory.
8. Cabot Cheese Annex - Waterbury
Taste your way around the store which is filled with free samples. Delicious!
9. Stowe Recreation Path - Stowe
Hike, bike, stroll or ski your way along this scenic 6-mile path through the lovely town of Stowe.
10. Colchester Causeway - Colchester
Another great path is the
. Surrounded by water on either side, you'll feel like you're sailing along the water.
11. The Church Street Marketplace - Burlington
Stroll along the cobblestone street and check out the unique shops. Whether you are checking out live music in the summer or strolling amidst the holiday lights in winter, this is a great way to spend the day.
12. Quechee Gorge - Quechee
13. Sugarbush Farm - Woodstock
The leaves may have fallen, but this friendly farm is open all year and has cheese and syrup samples along with the perfect selection of sweet treats for the holidays.
14. Take a drive along a country road - anywhere.
Vermont is full of country roads with spectacular scenery, quaint villages and simply great people. Check out one of these
quaint country roads
through Vermont and take it all in.
There is so much to love about the great state of Vermont that most of us never want to leave, and here are
16 reasons why this is true.