What You Need To Know

Information on Foliage, Byways, Historic Sites and Downtowns

Web Resources

The following links can be useful for planning your itineraries:

Foliage Forecaster - Watch the colors change! The Forecaster shows where and when the colors typically change in Vermont during the foliage season.

Foliage Reports - The foliage report is updated weekly, starting in mid September. These reports are also accessible by calling 1-800-VERMONT. This is a great tool for your tour director.

Historic Vermont - The small state of Vermont boasts a rich historical heritage. Ranging from pre-European encampments, to pivotal Revolutionary War sites and the private homesteads of U.S. Presidents; Vermont's State Historic Sites chronicle that heritage and bring it to you.

Vermont Byways -Vermont byways range from 30 miles in length to over 400 miles in length. Historic sites, cultural experiences, recreational opportunities, incredible scenery and educational opportunities abound along each byway.

PDF Documents

Vermont and Northeast USA map (PDF)

Recommended Events for 2016 (PDF)

Getting to Vermont (PDF)

Top Things To Do in Vermont (PDF)

Vermont Receptive Tour Operators (PDF)

Vermont Training for Agents (PDF)

Vermont Culinary Experience Itinerary (PDF)

Interesting Facts For Your Directors

First in the Nation (PDF)

Vermont Facts (PDF)

True Vermont Quiz (PDF)

Secretary of State Kids' Page: History and Government information.

Filmed in Vermont list, or view the map.

Historic Markers - There are more than 100 historic markers located around the state.