Northern Vermont

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Northern Vermont - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. Allenholm Farm


    The pick-your-own apples at this farm are amazingly tasty—if you're here at harvest time, don't miss out. The farm also has a petting area with...Read More

  • 2. Burlington Farmers' Market


    Burlington's Saturday farmers' market is an absolute must-see when visiting in summer or fall. Set up in City Hall Park and spilling onto an...Read More

  • 3. Church Street Marketplace

    Pedestrian Mall

    For nearly 40 years, this pedestrian-only thoroughfare has served as Burlington's center of commerce, dining, and entertainment, with boutiques...Read More

  • 4. Clemmons Family Farm


    Founded in 1962 by Jackson and Lydia Clemmons, this 148-acre farm is one of a handful of Black-owned arts and culture nonprofit organizations...Read More

  • 5. Dog Mountain


    The late Stephen Huneck, an artist and the creator of Dog Mountain, was famous for his colorful folk art sculptures and paintings of dogs. Much...Read More

  • 6. Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium


    This odd and deeply thrilling museum displays the eccentric collection of Franklin Fairbanks, who surely had one of the most inquisitive minds...Read More

  • 7. Hill Farmstead Brewery


    It is difficult to quantify owner and master brewer Shaun Hill's contribution to the international explosion of craft beer. Hill Farmstead has...Read More

  • 8. Hill Farmstead Brewery


    Recognized as one of the world's leading craft-beer producers, Shaun Hill runs his brewery out of a bucolic Greensboro farm. Though it's off...Read More

  • 9. Hope Cemetery


    Montpelier's regional rival, Barre, the "Granite Capital of the World," may lack the polish and pedigree of the state capital, but it's home...Read More

  • 10. Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks


    With eight generations of sugaring, the Morses may be the oldest maple family in existence, so you're sure to find an authentic experience at...Read More

  • 11. Shelburne Farms

    Educational Institution

    Founded in the 1880s as a private estate for two very rich New Yorkers, this 1,400-acre farm is much more than an exquisite landscape: it's...Read More

  • 12. Shelburne Museum


    You can trace much of New England's history simply by wandering through the 45 acres and 39 buildings of this museum. Some 25 buildings were...Read More

  • 13. St. Johnsbury Athenaeum


    With its polished Victorian woodwork, dramatic paneling, and ornate circular staircases, this building is both the town library—one of the nicest...Read More

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