Southern Vermont

Variety and Pleasure - Yours to Explore

Southern Vermont communities offer a delightful variety of theaters, festivals, historic sites, museums, artist studios and farms, along with classically New England villages and towns where the streets are lined with locally-owned shops, galleries, and chef-owned restaurants.

The historic, cultural and entertaining attractions include the Bennington Museum, Southern Vermont Arts Center, Hildene, The Lincoln Family Home, Brattleboro's Art Deco Latchis Theater, the President Coolidge Historic Site in Plymouth, and the Vermont Country Stores in Weston and Rockingham, just for starters.

Vermont-made products can be found in every village and town. Visit a farmers market, gourmet shop or crafts studio to find an assortment of high-quality products, ranging from cheese and chocolate to jewelry and pottery.

Bellows Falls, bounded by hills and the river, wears its vibrant history on its sleeve. The first bridge to be built anywhere on the 410 mile long Connecticut River was over the narrow Bellow's Falls gorge.
Father and son fish Equinox Pond in Manchester, VT.


Small town charm meets big city style in this historic town.

Vermont Byways brochure.

Vermont Byways

The best way to experience Vermont is to leave the highways and travel the secondary roads.

Palate to Palette flyer 2017.

Palate to Palette

Embark on a feast of food, farms and the arts. You'll find everything from artisan chocolates, farmstead cheese and maple cream, to exemplary theater, music, arts, and fine craft. Click here to see a map.

Vermont Culinary Experience - Burger night at Bread and Butter Farm.

Vermont Culinary Experiences

Vermont’s scenic roadways lead to delicious, local cuisine by artisan chefs, creative food companies and passionate farmers.This six-day itinerary offers a sumptuous smorgasbord of Vermont agrarian and food experiences. Hungry for more? More Vermont culinary tours are at DIGINVT.COM.