Family-Friendly Vermont

Make Lifelong Memories in Vermont

Family traditions are forged and fortified in Vermont. Midweek field trips to a Vermont museum or historic site, a mountain getaway, a shopping weekend, camping getaway or a hunting trip, families come home from time in Vermont closer and more tightly bonded than ever. Historic sites, museums, and other educational centers are an impactful way to keep your kids entertained while strengthening critical thinking skills and building knowledge. Save time for some fun on the trails, for both skiing and hiking

Each season leaves kids wanting more, and has grownups feeling like kids again. Spring means maple syrup, summer has long days for playing outside, fall is the time for harvesting, great local foods and, of course, our famous fall foliage, while winter has always been the season for skiing and riding.

Family Attractions

Get a closer look at Vermont's sights, like factory tour at Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream, or a peek at the cheesemaking process. All ages will enjoy seeing how some of Vermont's favorites are made.

Winter fun in the Snow for all ages

Family Friendly Hikes

Hiking with your family makes for memorable moments, especially if it's the first time someone makes it to a summit or scenic vista.

Ripton in the Winter in Vermont


Grouped into three regions, Vermont’s 251 towns and cities offer as many unique ways to experience The Green Mountain State.

Shelburne Orchards Pick your Own


There is no better way to assure you are getting the freshest fruits and veggies than by picking them yourself.

Farmers Markets in Vermont

Vermont at Home

Kids love all Vermont has to offer, from the outdoors and farm animals to museums and libraries. Plan your next family adventure, or learn from home.

Official Vermont Vacation Guide Summer 2020

Free Vermont Vacation Guide

Also available online, the Vermont Vacation Guide is filled with insider info to steer your Vermont visit in the right direction.