Late March through early June offers a majestic shift from winter's whites to verdant growth. As winter fades into our memories and the scents of earth and life fill our senses, there is only one thing left to do. Breathe deep and grin. It's an invigorating time to be in Vermont.
Explore Vermont Arts and History
There’s always lots to see and do in Vermont when it comes to exploring arts and history. A weekend get-away can include visiting museums, browsing galleries, or or attending a play or concert.
Start of the Growing Season
“Farm to plate” is not just a nice idea here, but a way of life. Many farm stands and farmers markets are a thriving example of the movement to support fresh local foods and products.
Spring into Action
Though Vermonters will never complain of the cold weather or snow, spring reminds us warmer weather is just around the corner.
It's important to share experiences as a family. These experiences lead to memories that will last a lifetime. A Vermont getaway is the perfect catalyst for creating lasting memories.
Vermont Made, in the Spring
Everyone knows springtime in Vermont means maple sugaring season, but that's not the only Vermont-made product worth mentioning. There are plenty of other high-quality, hand-crafted products out there to find.