Throughout the Lake Champlain region and into the nearby Green Mountains, find
hands-on excursions, in-depth tours and significant historic sites, galleries and
museums. Vermont’s attractions range from classic and traditional to unconventional and unexpected—and all come highly recommended!
Adams Apple Orchard & Farm Market, Inc.
Open mid- April through December, specializing in fresh local and regional produce, Vermont Specialty Food Products, local crafts, pies and gift baskets (gift boxes shipped UPS). PYO Apple Orchard open September through October 15th with easy family picking, freshly pressed cider and scenic mountain views, school and tour groups are welcomed.
Visit Vermont’s oldest working apple-orchard in the Allen family since 1870.
A family operated farm and market offering apples, raspberries, strawberries, farm-fresh vegetables and Vermont products
1,400-acre working farm, non-profit environmental education organization and National Historic Landmark on the shores of Lake Champlain in Shelburne, Vermont.
Lake Champlain Chocolates
Take the sweetest tour in town! Sit back, relax and enjoy the ultimate chocolate experience.
“ArborTrek Canopy Adventures at Smugglers’ Notch/Stowe, Vermont offers eco-adventures ranging from the serene to the extreme.
Cloud Nine Fishing Charters
Fishing year round on one of North America’s most abundant lakes and the Hudson River.
More than 100,000 works of art, Americana, and design located in Vermont’s beautiful Lake Champlain Valley. Shelburne is one of America’s most diverse and unconventional museums, exhibiting everything from French Impressionist paintings to American folk art. The museum’s 45 scenic acres and 39 historic buildings offer several unique, stunning venues for receptions, events, and meetings.
Ethan Allen Homestead Museum & Historic Site
Museum & Historical Site
Birds of Vermont Museum
The Birds of Vermont Museum houses a unique collection of over 500 life-like wood carvings of birds.
Vermont Granite Museum
Come discover the science, people, cultures, and technologies behind Vermont’s granite industry. Explore the vibrant past and characters that have made Vermont granite famous throughout the world.
Ben & Jerry’s – Ice Cream Factory Tour
Grand Isle Historical Society
The Grand Isle County Historical Society was formed in 1955 to help with the preservation of the Hyde Log Cabin. The Society manages the Historic Site and presents programs related to local history.