When you think Vermont, do you picture covered bridges spanning babbling brooks or rushing rivers, or historic downtowns with beautiful architecture? Maybe you imagine wartime history or focus your attention on the Black Vermonters who contributed so much to the bedrock of the United States. Wherever your areas of interest, Vermont's artistic and historic culture will add richness and depth to your time here, and you'll go home with plenty of stories to share.
African American Heritage Trail
Black Vermonters are an integral part of our state's history. Explore Vermont's Black history and meet Black people who shaped the nation along the African American Heritage Trail.
Vermont is home to more than 100 covered bridges, boasting more covered bridges per square mile than any other U.S state. They offer unique opportunities for exploration.
The Vermont Stone Trail
Follow Vermont's Stone Trail and discover the history, art and culture that the granite, marble and slate mining industries infused in the Green Mountain State.
Filmed in Vermont
Vermont has a reputation for being picture perfect. Take a “star-studded” road-trip discovering Vermont film history. There are dozens of locations and film festivals to explore.
Learn about Vermont's Civil War history. Visit museums, historic sites, and public memorials; explore preserved towns and villages, and hike local trails to learn about Vermont's role.
Ultimate Antiquing Experience
You won't come home empty-handed. Browse and shop Vermont's historic pieces with this comprehensive guide to everything antiques in Vermont. Find unique treasures from dealers statewide - you're guaranteed to find adventure.
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.