Area Attractions

CULTURAL:

Jane Austen Weekends

Jane Austen weekends at Vermont Bed and Breakfast

Leisurely weekends of literary-inspired diversions at The Governor’s House have something for every Jane Austen devoteé. Book discussions of Pride and Prejudice, Persuasion, Emma, or Sense and Sensibility. Movies. Afternoon tea. Informal talks. Carriage or sleigh rides. The challenging quiz over Sunday brunch. Stay for the weekend or come for individual activities. Or try a special weekend where each participant becomes a character from one of Jane Austen’s novels. It’s not Bath, but it is Hyde Park and you’ll love Vermont circa 1800. For more details, please go to our Jane Austen page.

For the schedule, please check our calendar of events.

Hyde Park Opera House
Just a two-minute walk across the street, the Lamoille County Players present a series of theater productions in the summer and fall. Come for afternoon tea after the Sunday matinee or pre-theater tea before the show on Thursdays.

photo of Burklyn Ballet poster shot at The Governor's House, closest accommodatin to Johnson State College

Burklyn Ballet

Nearby  State Northern Vermont University in Johnson is the summer home of the Burklyn Ballet Theatre and School. Performances are Saturday evenings. www.BurklynBallet.com

Helen Day Art Center
Located in the center of Stowe, the museum offers a year-round schedule of exhibitions and programs for adults and children.
90 Pond Street, Stowe  802-253-8358
www.helenday.com

Stowe Theatre Guild
A summer series is presented in the Stowe Town Hall Theatre. Please see our Vermont calendar of events for the schedule.
802 253-3961
www.stowetheatre.com

Music in the Meadow

photo of concert in the Green Mountains, Stowe, Vermont Pack a picnic and enjoy the summer concert series and Vermont’s mountain views at the Trapp Family Concert Meadow in Stowe.

The Vermont Studio Center

Founded in 1984 in Johnson, Vermont, just four miles away, the Studio Center is the largest international artists’ and writers’ residency program in the United States. Please check their website for the many gallery shows and lectures. www.vermontstudiocenter.org.


Craftsbury Chamber Players

From Corelli to newly-commissioned works, their summer series is presented at the University of Vermont’s Recital Hall on Wednesdays and in near-by Hardwick on Thursday evenings.

www.craftsburychamberplayers.org

Waterbury Festival Players

2933 Waterbury-Stowe Rd. (Route 100) 802 244-1530

www.WaterburyFestivalPlayers.com


Shelburne Museum

Shelburne Museum, Vermont

Superb collection of American design on 45 acres: fine art and folk art. Everything from samplers and teacups to covered bridges and lighthouses!
Open Wed. – Sun., 10 – 4
Adults $25, special rates for students, teachers, kids, families, & Vermont residents and tickets are good for two consecutive days. One hour away near Burlington.
802 985-3346
www.shelburnemuseum.org

Shelburne Farms

Shelburne Farms on the shores of Lake Champlain is a 1400-acre working farm and National Historic Landmark originally laid out in 1886 on 3800 acres by Frederick Law Olmstead as a model agricultural estate. It is now an environmental education center with guided tours, children’s farmyard, an inn, and dining mid-May to mid-October and eight miles of walking trails that are open all year.
802-985-8686
www.shelburnefarms.org

Northern Vermont University
Many of their performances and events, just five miles away, are open to the public.


Burlington Country Dancers

Come to dance or to learn English country dancing on 1st and 3rd Friday evenings, September through May at the Elley-Long Music Center. We change partners frequently or there’s no need to bring your own. Casual dress. Check the website for dates and directions.
www.burlingtoncountrydancers.org

or contact Val Medve 802-899-2378 or valandtom@myfairpoint.net

LOCAL ATTRACTIONS:

Tea at the Governor’s House

afternoon tea at The Governor's House

A full English afternoon tea is served with tea sandwiches, sweets, and scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam.

Thursdays and Sundays

3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Other days and times by arrangement.

802-888-6888

Tea at the Governor’s House


Boyden Valley Winery

BandB special package with Boyden Valley WineryTours and wine tasting at Boyden Valley Winery
Route 104, Cambridge
802 644-8151
www.boydenvalley.com

Cabot Creamery

Learn about cheesemaking and taste Vermont cheese.

2878 Main Street, Cabot 05647

Open daily June – October 9:00 – 5:00

Please check the website for winter days and hours.

800-837-4261  www.cabotcheese.coop

Cold Hollow Cider Mill

The best selection of Vermont-made food products as well as Vermont gifts. Watch apple cider being pressed; their autumn blend apple cider is the best around. And try an old-fashioned doughnut while it’s still warm.

3600 Stowe-Waterbury Road. (Route 100), Waterbury

Open daily 8:00 – 6:00, 8:00 – 7:00 June – Oct.

802-244-8771

www.coldhollow.com

Smugglers’ Notch
When the Embargo Act of 1807 prohibited trade with Britain and Canada, the residents of northern Vermont used this pass across Mount Mansfield to continue trading with their closest city, Montreal. Later the path was used as part of the Underground Railroad helping escaped slaves into Canada. And during Prohibition, a lot of whiskey found its way south through the Notch. It’s closed as soon as the first snow covers the ground, but during the summer and fall it makes a great drive, or bike ride for those in very good shape, as the narrow paved road twists and turns sharply around huge rocks. There are also several good hikes, including to Sterling Pond.


Auto Toll Road

photo of Auto Toll Road at Stowe, Vermont

Drive the 3.7 mile zigzagging road to the top of Mount Mansfield, Vermont’s highest peak, for a view of the Champlain Valley and the Adirondack Mountains.
802 253-3500 or 800-253-4754
Auto Toll Road


Gondola at Stowe Mountain Resort

Ride the gondola up Mount Mansfield for stunning views of the Champlain Valley and the Adirondack Mountains. Have lunch at the Cliff House Restaurant. Hiking trails.
9:30a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
802 253-3500 or 800-253-4754

Gentle Giants Carriage Rides

4000 Mountain Road, Stowe.

Open from 11:00 a.m. daily.

Winter sleigh rides.
802 253- 2216

www.gentlegiantsrides

Vermont Ski Museum
Main Street, Stowe Village
11:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
802 253-9911


Alpine Slide

alpine slide at Stowe, VermontTake the 2,300-foot Alpine slide down Spruce Peak at Stowe Mountain Resort. 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., June 15 – September 2 and then weekends only September 7 – October 13.
802 253-3500

 

Stowe Recreation Path
Five and a half easy miles up the mountain road from Stowe Village on a paved walkway. Great for biking with kids and in-line skating.

photo of dipping chocolates by hand at Laughing Moon, Stowe, VT

Laughing Moon Chocolates

Main Street, Stowe
Delicious hand-dipped chocolates. Take a tour Mon. – Fri. 10 – 5 and watch a demonstration of hand-dipping at 2 p.m.

802 253-9591

www.laughingmoonchocolates.com


Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream

A Vermont institution!

Take a 30-minute tour of the Ben & Jerry’s Factory.

1281 Waterbury-Stowe Road (Route 100)
www.benjerry.com


Cabot Visitors’ Center

See how Vermont Cabot cheddar cheese is made and enjoy generous
free tasting of cheese and other dairy products.
2657 Waterbury-Stowe Road (Route 100), Waterbury Center, 05677
802 244-6334 or 800 837-4261
Open daily 9:00 – 6:00
wwwcabotcheese.com


photo of Vermont sugar house

Mansion House Maple Syrup
Visit a working sugar house in nearby Johnson.
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. during sugaring season (usually March & April)
www.mansionhousemaple.com

Rock of Ages
Tour the world’s largest and the US’s oldest granite quarry founded in 1885, visit the factory, hands-on activities. Daily May – October 9:00 – 5:00, factory Mon. – Fri. 9:00 – 3:30.  558 Graniteville Rd., Graniteville (I-89 exit 6)
802 476-3119, 866 748-6877 www.rockofages.com

Stowe Farmers’ Market

Sundays through October, 10:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Mountain Road, Stowe

Locally grown produce, but also meat, cheese, maple
syrup, ethnic foods, breads & pastries, preserves, herbal products, pottery,
baskets, plants, and a lot more.

photo of New England covered bridgeDriving Tours & Covered Bridges

At The Governor’s House we can provide detailed directions for many driving tours in Vermont. Several of them include some of the area’s many covered bridges.

The Great Vermont Corn Maze

vermont corn maze, a great fall foliage activity for the whole family

This amazingly confusing autumn activity can be great fun with a new design each year. It’s been rated the second best corn maze in America.

1404 Wheelock Road, Danville, VT 05828

802-749-1399

www.vermontcornmaze.com

Fat Toad Farm

Take a tour of a small family goat dairy farm, meet their herd of 60 Alpine goats, taste their farmstead cheeses, and visit the farm store.

787 Kibbee Rd., Brookfield
802-279-0098

www.fattoadfarm.com

Cut Your Own Christmas Tree
Route 100, Morrisville

Take home a fresh Christmas tree from Vermont. They have been selling Christmas trees on their 565-acre farm for 61 years and they will make it easy, even if you want to have it shipped.
4904 Laporte Road (Route 100), Morrisville
802-888-5633

RockArt Brewary

Tour the factory, taste the beer, purchase some to take home.

9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. with tastings 9:00 – 5:30 and tours at 2:00 & 4:00 p.m.

632 Laporte Road (Route 100), Morrisville

802-888-9400

www.rockartbrewary.com

Jay Peak Aerial Tramway

In summer or autumn, take the ten-minute ride to the top where, at 4000 feet, you can hike or enjoy a picnic while you can see four states and into Quebec, Canada.

Route 242, Jay

802-988-2611

Jay Peak Water Park
An indoor water park open year round.
Route 242, Jay

MOVIE THEATERS:

Bijou

Route 100, Morrisville

802 888-3293
show times

Stowe Cinema

Mountain Rd., Stowe

802 253-4678

show times

Nightclubs

There are several nightclubs in Stowe that routinely feature live bands and dancing. For their schedules you mgiht call The Rusty Nail at 802 253-6245 or The Matterhorn at 802 253-8198 for specific dates.

DAY TRIPS:

Montreal
Head north to Montreal for the day. It is only a two-hour drive to this world class French-speaking city with a wealth of historic and cultural activities and great shopping. There are so many good restaurants that you should plan to stay for dinner. Passport is required for US/Canada border crossing.

St. Johnsbury & Fairbanks Museum
Opened in 1891, the Fairbanks Museum was one of the first teaching museums in the nation. In addition to the vast naturtal history collection, you’ll find Vermont’s only planetarium all inside this massive Victorian architectural masterpiece. Tues – Sat. 9:00 – 5:00, Sun. 1:00 – 5:00.
Open Mondays May – October. Check website for planetarium times.

First floor gallery, rest rooms & gift shop accessible.

802 748-2372. www.fairbanksmuseum.org

The St. Johnsbury Atheneum is a 19th-Century architectural gem housing the town’s public library and a first-class collection of American paintings.
Mon., Wed. and Fri.: 10:00 – 5:30, Tues. and Thurs.: noon – 7:00, Sat. 10:00 – 3:00.802 748-8291 www.stjatheneum.org

Burlington
Burlington Vermont

On the shore of Lake Champlain and home of Ben & Jerry’s,
this small city with a “college town” atmosphere and unique, lively down-town mall also has the Ethan Allen Homestead Museum, the Shelburne Museum, Shelburne Farms, Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, the National Museum of the Morgan Horse, and lots of interesting
things to do along the shores of Lake Champlain plus ferries and tour or dinner boats on the lake.

Leunig’s Bistro on the mall doesn’t exaggerate when it boasts the “panache of Paris”.

15 Church Street, on the corner of Church & College in Burlington’s Marketplace

802-863-3759 or www.leunigsbistro.com

www.ethanallenhomestead.org
www.shelburnemuseum.org

Spirit of Ethan Allen Cruises: http://www.soea.com

Lake Champlain Maritime Museum

They use full-sized replicas of historic vessels to teach the history and archeology of Lake Champlain. Hands-on programs for kids and many special events during the season.

4472 Basin Harbor Road, Vergennes

Open daily 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

802-475-2022

www.lcmm.org

Montpelier

photo of Vermont's historic state capital buildingThe country’s smallest state capital may just be the most charming. Vermont’s historic capital building is open to the public and free. You’ll find several nice bookshops and many restaurants including three associated with the New England Culinary Institute.

Visit the State of Vermont Welcome Center in Montpelier.

800-VERMONT or www.1-800-vermont.com

SPORTS & ADVENTURES:

Hot Air Ballooning

hot air balloon ride and special balloon marriage ceremony at Vermont innAbove Reality

See our balloon special package.

Jericho

802-899-4007 or 877-386-7473

www.balloonvermont.com

Stoweflake Mountain Resort
Stowe
802 253-7355

Hiking

hiking trails near the Governor's House, a Vermont B&B

Your hike can start at  the front door of the Governor’s House. Take your choice of town, country roads, nature trails, woods, or along the river as you follow the map and choose the time or distance that’s right for you. We also have many books which list nearby hikes and we have printouts to share of our favorites.  A few are listed below.

Long Trail
hikers leaving The Governor's House BandB for the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail, Hyde Park, VTThe 270-mile footpath follows the main ridge of the Green Mountains the length of Vermont from Massachusetts to Canada. Built between 1910 & 1930, it’s the oldest long-distance hiking trail in the country. There are 175 miles on its 82 side trails and it was the first leg of the Appalachian Trail. Guides and maps available from the Green Mountain Club which maintains the trail and also schedules organized hikes.

802 244-7037

www.greenmountainclub.org


Lamoille Valley Rail Trai
l

Immediately adjacent to The Governor’s House in Hyde Park, this scenic trail that traverses the state from New Hampshire to New York is open for non-motor use and connects to a network of other trails. The old rail bed which follows, and sometimes crosses, the river through the mountains has been described as the prettiest in Vermont. In winter, the trail is maintained by VAST for snowmobile use, but is also great for cross-country skiing.

Cricket Hill Trail

This trail was established and is maintained by Lamoille Union High School students and friends for hiking and cross-country skiing for our high school teams and the general public. There is no charge, but feel free to make a donation.

www.luhs.k12.vt.us/crickethill/home/index.html


Smugglers’ Notch State Park

It’s a climb to the top, but the view is spectacular as you follow in the footsteps of those prohibition-era smugglers who gave the pass its name.
802-253-4014.

hiking trails and scenic views near Vermont inn


Moss Glen

Found in our guide to hikes with children, this easy hike to a waterfall remains one of our favorite short hikes.

swimming hole near the Governor's House, a northern Vermont country inn

The Gorge

The easy five-mile round-trip walk starts on Main Street in Hyde Park and ends in deep woods with a spectacular gorge that hides a beautiful pool which the adventuresome hiker may choose to use as a swimming hole.

Wiessner Woods Trails
Look for partridge, thrush, grouse, falcons, owls, deer, fox and an occasional moose or bear as you hike the beautiful trails in Wiessner Woods which are overseen by the Stowe Land Trust who also provide trail maps.

802 253-7221.

Stowe Recreation Path

A paved trail, five and a half miles, that gently winds up toward the mountain from the center of the village of Stowe. Several strategically located parking areas. Maps available.

Sunset Rock

Beautiful 23-acre hillside in Stowe with a series of gentle trails which are perfect for a mellow walk in the woods. Maps available on site. Handicapped accessible.

www.StoweLandTrust.org

Emore State Park

Trails for hiking up Elmore Mountain.

802-888-2982

Craftsbury Outdoor Center

Hiking trails in a beautiful setting. Nature walks and Bird Walks.

Craftsbury Common

800-729-7751

www.craftsbury.com

Biking

Cottonbrook
Vermont’s first marked mountain-bike trail

Stowe Recreation Path
This easy five and a half miles up the mountain road is paved and ideal for biking. Several parking areas. Handy to bike shops. Maps available.

Swimming

The Swimming Hole

Competition-sized pool, toddler & child pool, water slide, & state-of-the-art fitness center all neatly camouflaged within a big red barn.

75 Weeks Rd., Stowe 802 253-9229

www.theswimmingholestowe.com

Elmore State Park

Fresh water beach.
Route 12, Elmore

802-888-2982

Lake Eden

Fresh water beach.

Route 100, Eden

Smugglers’ Notch Water Park

Swimming pools and water slides.

June – Sept.

Smugglers’ Notch Resort, Jeffersonville

800-451-8752

Fishing

setting off to fish on the Lamoille River from the Governor's House, a Stowe VT, B&B

Lamoille River

Fly fishing on the Lamoille River is a short walk from The Governor’s House.  We can’t promise you’ll catch some, but the official Vermont fishing guide lists 13 varieties of fish in the Lamoille River and the fisherman pictured here caught some nice trout.

The Fly Rod Shop

The fly Rod Shop will rent you everything you’ll need for a day of fishing and offers free casting clinics, daily guided
trips and instruction classes for adults & children. Check their website for special adventures and real-time information on local waters.

802 253-7346 or 800 535-9763

www.FlyRodShop.com

Catamount Fishing
Catamount Fishing Adventures offers guided filefish, spin fishing & ice
fishing trips. Three-day fly-fishing school. All abilities welcome. All
equipment provided.

802 253-8500
www.catamountfishing.com

Pleasant Valley Fly Fishing Guides

Beginners through experts are welcome on half or full-day trips. Equipment provided. Accommodating special requests.

Underhill

802 338-0649

www.pleasantvalleyflyfishing.com

Canoe & Kayak

photo of canoeing in the Green Mountains of VermontUmiak Outfitters
Canoe and kayak tours. Rental and shuttle service.
Guided fishing trips and a very special way to arrive at Boyden Velley Winerty for touring, tasting or lunch. 802 253-2317
www.umiak.com

Green River Canoe & Kayak
Daily rentals with shuttles.
Guided trip to Boyden Valley Winery
802 644-8336 or 802 644-8714 (waterfront)
www.vermont-cabins.com

canoe adventures Vermont bed and breakfast

Montgomery Adventures

Rentals, guides, camping trips.

802-370-2103

www.montgomeryadventures.com

Kayak Rolling Lessons
Umiac offers kayak rolling lessons
Wednesdays 5:30 – 8:00
$35 plus $10 pool fee
Advance reservations

802 253-2317

www.umiac.com

Lamoille River

Several points of entry just west of Hyde Park will put you in very scenic country.  On the quiet waters there we have seen lots of birds and small animals, including beaver.

Eden Lake
Access onto this beautiful lake from Eden State Park.

Route 100 in Eden.

Green River Reservoir

See unspoiled Vermont as you paddle the clean waters.

Primitive campsites dot the islands.

802 888-1349

Pinnacle Ski and Sports

Kayak and canoe rental.

Mountain Rd., Stowe

877-445-1280

www.pinacleskisports.com

Tennis

Topnotch Resort

Indoor, outdoor, instruction.

4000 Mountain Rd., Stowe

802-253-8585

www.topnotchresort.com


Golf


Stowe Country Club

at Stowe Mountain Resort, Stowe
18-hole championship golf course
40-acre practice facility
802 253-4893
www.stowe.com/golf

Farm Resort Golf Course

Route 100, Morrisville

9 holes on 100 acres with putting green, driving range, pro shop, rental & lessons

8:00 a.m. – sunset.

802 888-3525

www.farmresortgolf.com

Miniature Golf

miniature golf in Stowe near Hyde Park, VermontStowe Gold Park

1613 Mountain
Road, Stowe
18-hole miniature golf course

10:00a.m. – 9:30 p.m. May through October.
802 253-7159.

www.stowegolfpark.com

Riding

up close to a horse in a field  Hope Grows Farm

  Year-round

  Mon. – Sat. 9:30 – 3:00

  Route 100, Hyde Park

  802-851-8081

TopNotch Resort
802-253-8585 or 800244-6813

Direct to barn: 802-734-1070

Mountain Road, Stowe

Mt. View Equestrian

Stowe

802 888-9464

Edson Hill Riding Stable
Stowe
802 253-8954

Brewster Ridge Horse Center

June – mid-October, rides depart 9:00 – 3:00

Edwards Road, Jeffersonville

802-644-8051

Lajoie Stables

Jeffersonville

802 644-5347

www.lajoiestables.com

Canopy Touring

Arbortrek Canopy Adventures

Take to the trees for three hours of gravity-fed, tree-climbing, eco-friendly, zip-riding fun.

1239 Edwards Road, Jeffersonville

802-644-9300

www.arbortrek.com

WINTER SPORTS:

Dog sledding winter or summer camping adventures and dogsled rides in Vermont

Eden Mountain Dogsled
2-3 hour run on mountaintop trail
$395 (2 passengers), reservations necessary,

other packages on website
802 635-9077 toll free: 866 333-6563

www.edendogsledding.com

Peace Pups Dogsledding
2-hour day tours in a wilderness setting
1-hour night-time tours
Lake Elmore, VT
802-888-7733
www.peacepupsdogsledding.com

Snowshoeing

Snowing shoeing right from our door
Bring your own equipment or rent from near-by Power Play (open 7 days) and following the VAST trail along the Lamoille River for spectacular mountain scenery.

Umiac Outfitters
Route 100, Stowe
802 253-2317

Rental equipment, instruction and snow show tours: everything from Ben&Jerry’s
Snowshoe and Ice Cream Too Tour to a romantic moonlit ramble which ends in
front of the fire with a cheese and chocolate fondue dinner.
www.umiak.com

Trapp Family Lodge
802 253-8511

Stowe

http://www.trappfamilylodge.com

10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. daily

Craftsbury Outdoor Center
Rentals & instruction
802 586-7767

www.craftsbury.com

Sleigh Rides

Sleigh rides near the Governor's House, a cozy Vermont country inn

Gentle Giants

4000 Mountain Road, Stowe.

Open from 11:00 a.m. daily.

Summer carriage rides.
802 253- 2216

www.gentlegiantsrides.com

Lajoie Stables

992 Pollander Road, Jeffersonville

Daily throughout the year.

802 644-5347

www.lajoiestables.com

Edson Hill
Mountain Road, Stowe,

Enjoy a romantic ride for two.

802 253-7371

Stoweflake Resort
802 253-7355

Trapp Family Lodge
802 253-8511
Stowe

www.trappfamilylodge.com

Ice Skating

Ice skate year-round at CREW indoor arena.
Skates available for rent.
802 888-0166

Jackson Arena

Stowe

Skate in covered outdoor setting Nov. – Mar., $3. Skates available for rent, $4.50.

802 253-3721

The Ice Center

Public skating year round

River Rd., Waterbury 802 244-4040

www.icecenter.org

Cross-Country Skiing

Cross-Country right from our door
Bring your own equipment or rent from near-by PowerPlay Sports and ski from The Governor’s House on miles of trails along the beautiful Lamoille River.

Cricket Hill Trail

This trail was established and is maintained by Lamoille Union High School students and friends for hiking and cross-country skiing for our high school teams and the general public. There is no charge, but feel free to make a donation. For maps and trail conditions go to www.luhs.k12.vt.us/crickethill/home/index.html

Craftsbury Outdoor Center
85 km of groomed trails plus 50 km of back country trails.

Rentals & instruction. 802 586-7767
www.craftsbury.com

Trapp Family Lodge
Over 100 km of groomed and back-country trails. Instruction & rentals.

802 253-8511 or 800 826-7000
www.trappfamilylodge.com

Stowe Mountain Resort
A pass to the touring center allows you to ride the Toll House chairlift and access trails higher up the mountain.
802-253-3000
www.stowe.com

Smugglers’ Notch
A great solution if some of the family wants to ski or snowboard because Smugglers’ Notch offers it all.
Free daily bus from Hyde Park and return. (ski season only)
800 253-2754
www.smuggs.com

Skiing

Stowe Ski Resort
World-class ski resort on Vermont’s highest peak.
25 minute drive to lifts.
Snow conditions: 802 253-3600 or 802.253.3600.com.
www.stowe.com

Smugglers’ Notch Ski Resort
America’s family resort with 72 trails.
25 minute drive to lifts.
Free daily bus service from Hyde Park to Smugglers’ Notch and return. (ski season only)
800-253-2754
www.smuggs.com

Jay Peak
A skiers’ mountain with more natural snowfall than any other Eastern resort, but also 80 acres of beginner terrain.
45 minute drive.
Snow conditions: 802 988-9601
www.jaypeakresort.com

Mad River Glen
1 hour drive

www.madriverglen.com

Sugarbush
1 hour drive
www.sugarbush.com

Snowmobiling

VAST
The Governor’s House is adjacent to the VAST trail between Morrisville and Johnson.

Umiac
Route 100, Stowe
802 253-2317

Smugglers’ Notch Snowmobile
Snowmobile along Vermont’s rivers and up mountains on guided tours.
instruction provided. Custom tours day or night.
1 hr. single $6

Racquetball & Squash:

Sports Club at Stoweflake

802 253-7355

SPAS & HEALTH CLUBS

Green Mountain Inn Massage

Choose from five spa treatments from their certified massage therapists: Relaxation, Aromatherapy, Deep Tissue, Reflexology, or Sports.

18 Main Street, Stowe

802-253-7301 or 800-253-7302

The Spa at Topnotch

stowe, vt bed and breakfast spa specialsMountain Road, Stowe

With more than 30 warm and cozy treatments rooms and more than 120 luxurious treatments, Topnotch is consistently rated one of the top ten spas in the country with indoor pool, whirlpool with cascading waterfall, sauna and steam rooms, Yoga and Pilates instruction, weight training, and cardiovascular studies.

802 253-8585 or 800 244-6813  www.topnotchresort.com

Spa at Stoweflake

Mounatin Road, Stowe

You’ll find a complete health fitness center with classes, squash & racquetball counts, indoor and outdoor pools, women’s fitness room, and personal trainers and nutritionists to custom fit a plan for you.

Stowe Gym

253-2176

GALLERIES & SHOPS

The Buggy Man Antiques

antique shop part of shopping package

Furniture, silver, tools, pottery, maybe even a buggy. Something for everyone, but the serious collector won’t be disappointed.

Open 10-5, Friday – Sunday or by

appointment at other times.
Route 15, Johnson.

802-635-2110.

Robert Paul Galleries
394 Mountain Road, Stowe 800 873-3791
www.robertpaulgalleries

Green Mountain Fine Art Gallery

Representing 35 regional professional artists with a diverse collection of artwork in oil, watercolor, pastel, metal and stone.

64 South Main Street, Stowe

802-253-1818

www.greenmountainfineart.com

West Branch Gallery & Sculpture Park
17 Towne Farm Lane, Stowe 802 253-8943
www.westbranchgallery.com

photo of glassblowing in Stowe, Vermont

Little River HotGlass
Watch glass-blowing in the studio & visit the retail shop.

Included in our Shopping Spree Package.
Thurs. – Mon. 10 – 5, Sunday 12 – 5. Free.

www.LittleRiverHotGlass.com

Ziemke Glassblowing Studio

Route 100, Waterbury

Glassblowing exhibitions daily 10 – 6 year-round except Wednesdays.

802 244-6126

www.zglassblowing.com

Snowflake Chocolates

Route 15, Jericho

best chocolates in VermontA friendly family-run chocolate shop and you won’t find better chocolates anywhere in New England. Mon. – Fri. 9:30 – 5:30, Sat. 10:00 – 5:00, Sun. 12:00 – 5:00. Closed Sun. in summer.

802-899-3373 or 800-475-7167

Also a shop in Blue Mall, Burlington.

www.snowflakechocolate.com

Cold Hollow Cider Mill

The best selection of Vermont-made food products as well as Vermont gifts. Watch apple cider being pressed; their autumn blend apple cider is the best around. And try an old-fashioned doughnut while it’s still warm.

3600 Stowe-Waterbury Road. (Route 100), Waterbury

Open daily 8:00 – 6:00, 8:00 – 7:00 June – Oct.

802-244-8771

www.coldhollow.com

bookcovered shelves and tables at Galaxy Bookshop
The Galaxy Bookshop in Hardwick

The Galaxy Bookshop
A small bookshop that manages to hold an delightful selection of hand-chosen high-quality books for adults and children. You will also find excellent gifts, stationery, greeting cards, and literary-related items. They do special events and create new displays regularly.
41 South Main St., Hardwick (Route 15)
Open Mon. – Fri. 10:00 – 6:00, Sat. 10:00 – 5:00, Sun. 11:00 – 4:00
802-472-5533
www.galaxybookshop.com

Visions of Vermont

Works of 20 prizewinning local painters are displayed in three beautifully restored buildings: an 1878 Victorian house and carriage barn and the sugarhouse with Eric Tobin’s Vermont sugaring scenes. Tues. – Sun. 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

100 Main St., Jeffersonville 802 644-8183

www.visionsofvermont.com

Bryan Memorial Gallery
Main St., Jeffersonville 802-644-5100
www.bryanmemorialgallery.org

Windridge Farms Country Store
168 Main. St.

Jeffersonville 802 644-1988

Johnson Woolen Mills

Factory store has traditional Vermont woolen outwear as they’ve been making it since 1842 plus good prices on other woolen garments.

51 Lower Main St., Johnson

802-635-2271

www.johnsonwoolenmills.com