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Things to do in Vermont
Mendon - view Norman Rockwell's art
Born in 1894, Norman Rockwell was one of America’s most influential painters, whose work with the Boy Scouts Association of America will always be remembered. He was also instrumental in the creation of the Four Freedoms, based on the famous speech of Franklin D Roosevelt in 1941. A museum of his work is located in Mendon and covers his early works through to the commercial work he did for print.
Rutland - admire european splendor at Wilson Castle
A blend of various European styles, Wilson Castle was in its time, one of the most magnificent buildings in the State. Today it has been perfectly preserved with its 32 rooms, 13 fireplaces and 84 stained glass windows, now showing period pieces for visitors to enjoy and admire. The building is impressively built from English bricks and marble and unusually for its time has a large number of arches as well as a series of turrets and a tower.
Shelburne - tour the Shelburne Museum
Located at the Shelburne Museum, surrounded by grass, is the SS Ticonderoga, a side-paddle steam ship that for 47 years worked on Lake Champlain carrying cargo and passengers. She has been fully restored to her original condition, which is fitting, for she is the last remaining ship in her class. Take a tour around her and the rest of the museum and see how people travelled in the early 20th century.
South Burlington - have a beer or two at the Magic Hat Brewing Company
Most people like a beer from time to time. For an opportunity to find out how it is made and brewed, and also try a few free samples, why not take a trip to the Magic Hat Brewing Company, at its headquarters, in South Burlington. Here you will get a free tour, where the guides really know their stuff and will be able to answer any of your questions, plus you will be able to sample and buy 5 or 6 of their latest brews.
South Burlington - spend, spend, spend at University Mall
The University Mall, largest shopping mall in Vermont can be found in South Burlington, where there are over 70 different stores including national brand names such as Sears and Victoria Secrets and also smaller local outlets. Whatever you are looking for you can be sure to find it in the Mall, which also has a good, wide selection of restaurants and eating areas for those feeling peckish.
Stowe - experience a thrilling husky sled ride
Flying across the snow being pulled by a team of huskies is not an experience you can have in many places, but Stowe offers you just such an opportunity during the cold winter months. Teams of 8 dogs race around the trails, for runs of up to 5 miles take anywhere up to an hour to complete, depending on the snow conditions. Suitable for all ages, this is an ideal birthday present or surprise treat for someone.
Stowe - improve your fishing skills at Stowe Booming
The waters and lakes around Stowe offer a wide range of fishing opportunities and styles, including ice fishing in the winter. The area has also seen a revival in the art of fly fishing and there are people around who can help you learn this sports, old skill. Day tickets and longer can be purchased around the area and guides will show you the best place to fish, providing you respect the catch and release policy of many of the fisheries.
Stowe - soak up the views on a wagon ride
Take a step back in history and ride like the early settlers did, in wagons pulled by horses across the meadows and forest trails of Stowe. You can choose to take a trip in a regular hay wagon or in a more elegant Victorian or Surry Carriage. Trips can be in small or large groups. This is a very popular activity with limited resources, so bookings are recommended.
Introduction of Vermont
The New England state of Vermont has quality hotels in all cities, towns and villages, from the lofty lodges of the Green Mountains in the south, to the main centres of Burlington and Montpelier, up to the Canadian border at Quebec. Vermont is best known for its lush autumn scenes, where the entire state takes on a pleasant orange hue. It is also big into skiing and the main resorts have a great selection of hotels and lodges, as do the main towns and cities. The Green Mountain State is popular all times of the year, which is why accommodations should be booked beforehand. Major centres in the city include the capital, Montpelier, the largest town, Burlington, and Brattleboro. Colchester and Manchester are also pretty busy places and loaded with their properties. Having a hire car while visiting the town is a must as there is delectable scenery wherever you look and Vermont hotels all over.