Whether you are searching for a fun activity for the family or something special to do with a certain someone, Vermont is filled with interesting, exciting and different attractions that will peek your curiosity and baffle the senses. You may stumble upon one of these unique locations when traveling one of Vermont's back roads or through one of our many village centers.
If you see an open sign don't hesitate to stop. You may be surprised with what you learn.
Three Things to See This April
April’s sights abound. A Vermont spring means a return to outdoor art, the arrival of baby farm animals sure to delight, and a time of cultural rebirth. Seven Days showcases three things to see this spring.
Four Summer Must-Dos in Vermont
Ziplining, a Waterbury treasure hunt, summer exhibitions and more all await this summer in Vermont. Here’s your to-do list this season; whichever adventures you choose, there’s always more to Vermont.
Cold Hollow Sculpture Park
Cold Hollow Sculpture Park is home to some of Vermont’s most jaw-dropping installation pieces, sure to inspire and provoke thought and admiration of the surrounding natural beauty.
Vermont's roadside attractions, from the world's tallest filing cabinet to the famed whales' tails, are quirky, beautiful, off-beat and a must-see. Explore with Seven Days.
Skate the Lake Morey Resort Trail
A 4.5-mile loop is a playground for ice skaters. Whether you’re trying for speed, trick spins or just some fresh air and exercise, the Lake Morey Resort trail is the perfect place for January fun.
SPOOKY SEASON IN VERMONT
Fall is for all things spooky, from ghosts to misty forests to stories of hauntings and horror. Get to know Vermont’s spookier side with this rundown of spots to visit in the fall.
Life is Better on Horseback
Go along with Seven Days to Lajoie Stables and read about adventures on horseback in Smugglers Notch, then get inspired to enjoy stick season on horseback yourself.
The Big Picture Includes Baby Goats
Townshend’s Big Picture Farm offers socially distanced opportunities to stay on a real working Vermont farm and interact with goats, chickens and a fertile garden, as well as enjoy its fruits with meals.
Mind the Gap
Lake Willoughby is one of Vermont’s most popular “hidden gems.” Its jaw-dropping fjord-like setting and classic lakeside community make it an ideal destination for summer travelers.
Canoeing to Burton Island
A trip to Burton Island has a different feel – the lack of cars and natural beauty set the area apart. Read about an adventure canoeing there for lunch and whet your appetite to visit this Champlain gem for yourself.