However long you have to spend in Vermont, our itineraries are great resources for ideas and inspiration for exploring the Green Mountain State. For foodies, there's tasting tours for wine, beer, distilled spirits and cheese. Culture enthusiasts will relish artist studio tours, the Stone Trail, Civil War guide and guide to African American Heritage for a variety of perspectives. However you Vermont, let us help you find what you're looking for.
And should you lose your way, or if you are looking for local advice on more places to visit, you may want to stop at one of over fifty Vermont Ambassador Information Centers, where helpful staff will provide a local recommendation.
FIND A NEW ADVENTURE
Think you’ve seen it all in Vermont? Think again - there's always more to discover. This collection of checklists and guides will help you find your next adventure.
A Summer Weekend down South
Vermont's southern region is a stronghold of history and culture, as well as home to unique events, bustling downtowns and lots to explore all summer long.
The best way to experience Vermont is to leave the highways and travel the secondary roads. Visit historic downtowns and stop wherever catches your eye. Adventure is calling.
Wheelchair-Accessible Vermont Adventure
Blogger and wheelchair user Cory Lee tours Vermont for a week of accessible adventure in the fall, from sampling maple syrup and seeing wild birds up close to taking in beautiful waterfall views on accessible trails.
SUMMER IN CENTRAL VERMONT
The region is home to a rich roster of museums and cultural heritage stops and great access to the outdoors. A long summer weekend in central Vermont has a lot to offer.
A Long Summer Weekend Up North
Vermont's northern region is home to vibrant downtowns, beautiful views and plenty of adventure. This itinerary will help you to plan a trip of your own.
Burlington Rail Station Itinerary
Vermont’s biggest city is home to an outdoor mall voted No. 1 Public Square in America, a comedy club, and a bike trail that spans Lake Champlain.
Middlebury Rail Station Itinerary
Literature-inspired trails, a locally owned community ski area, and craft brews make a car-free weekend in Middlebury a great escape.
Vergennes Rail Station Itinerary
Discover Vermont’s marine history, play golf, rent boats on Lake Champlain, and sample locally made ice cream in Vermont’s Little City.
Five Resources to Plan Your Trip to Vermont
Planning for future travel can boost your mood and give you something to look forward to. As you plan for future travel to Vermont, use these five resources to find inspiration.
Read the Blog
Our stories hub is here to help you keep up with what’s going on in Vermont. Read about hidden gems across the Green Mountains and keep thinking Vermont.
Statewide Events Calendar
Concerts, festivals, theatre, and many more large and small events are happening all over the state. See upcoming events and start planning.
Vermont is home to some of the nation's finest award-winning makers. Treat your taste buds on this trail of delicious food and drink.
ARTS, HERITAGE AND HISTORY
Discover Vermont's roots and immerse yourself in its art and culture. Find scenes made famous in film, beautiful artwork and be inspired by Vermont's rich history.
TRAVEL PLANNING DIRECTORY
Vermont is home to unique lodging, world-class recreation, local food, shopping, history and art in beautiful surroundings. Plan your trip with our directory.
How It's Made
A factory tour offers a birds-eye view into the making of your favorite Vermont products. Learn how Vermont ice cream, cheese, chocolate and more are produced.
72 Hours in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom
Inspiring landscapes punctuated with mountains and the solitude that comes with spending time in the seclusion of nature, along with a focus on farm-to-table dining and outdoor recreation, are the highlights of time in the NEK.
72 Hours in Bennington, Vermont
Vermont’s Shires region is a stronghold of arts, history, culture, and things to do, as well as access to bountiful outdoor recreation options. Here’s how to spend 72 hours in Bennington.
A Long Winter Weekend Up North
Opportunities to experience winter in northern Vermont are as bountiful as the region’s snowfall. Inside, winter experiences both indoors and out.
A Winter Retreat in Southern Vermont
Vermont’s history, art, and diverse winter recreation await in the state’s southern region. Here is a curated list of indoor and outdoor activities to inspire your trip.
Your Winter Central Vermont Itinerary
Discover night skiing, the country’s longest ice skating trail, and an interactive science museum for all ages. Inside, your winter guide to the capitol region.