Summer days in Vermont bring family and friends together with a sense of wonder and well-being that comes with slowing down and taking in your surroundings. There are as many ways to enjoy the summer season as there are paths that travel through the Green Mountains.
Autumn hikes, mountain bike rides, making camp among the fiery leaves, and paddling and fishing on clear water reflecting the foliage are just some of the ways to enjoy this season.
Disconnect from the everyday and immerse your family in Vermont’s history, culture, nature, and recreational opportunities. Family traditions are just waiting to be launched.
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.
Arts, Museums and Historic Sites
Murals enliven downtowns and make for bright backdrops for memorable outings in Vermont, while galleries, museums, and historic sites preserve and showcase some of the state’s finest art. Here, the arts are everywhere.
Made in Vermont
Vermont’s products offer the best of Green Mountain makers’ innovation and creativity. Explore our directory of Vermont businesses.
Vermont’s historic sites open to the public seasonally and feature museums, historic homes, guided tours and the chance to see Vermont’s beginnings up close.
PLAN YOUR VISIT
Vermont is dotted with hidden gems and wonderful attractions to seek out and visit across the state. Use our travel planning directory and events calendar to plan your perfect visit.
THINGS TO DO IN VERMONT
Lakes, mountains, galleries, museums, performances, festivals, trails, restaurants, farms - there's no shortage of adventure in Vermont.
Vermont’s byways, mountains, and downtowns beckon. We invite you to plan a Vermont summer at your favorite spots, or head off the beaten path to find someplace new to love.