84 S. Park Drive
Colchester, VT 05446
Phone: (802) 655-1400
Fax: (802) 338-9158
Their 14-barrel whole-grain cellar brewery reflects the accumulated tradition of centuries of craft brewing and enables them to exercise and enjoy something unusual in brewing: creativity. Tour the brewery, enjoy the pub food, and see the difference for yourself.
The Waterfront Park has 2 advantages; a downtown Burlington location and that too, right by the river. Benches set along the 900 foot stretch let you sit and take in some spectacular sunsets. Life whizzes by as skaters speed down the boardwalk, friends amble long and kids race each other. Festivals and community events are often organized against the surreal backdrop of this park that totally capitalizes on its location. When the sun goes down, grab a bite at the many snack stands and sink into the grass while the strains of live music play in the background.
The Memorial commemorates Lake Champlain
Discover 60 species of fish, amphibians, invertebrates, and reptiles, over 100 hands-on experiences, major traveling exhibits, and the Awesome Forces Theater. Live animal feedings and daily ECHO Encounters. The 2.2 acre site is also highlighted by the Lake Champlain Navy Memorial, Eclectic Gift Shop and seasonal caf
A 19th century farm with nursery and display gardens featuring Vermont-grown trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals and pumpkins. Visit the farm animals and take a hayride in the fall. Also offering an eclectic gift shop.
A visit to the city of South Burlington is incomplete without including the Magic Hat Brewing Company. This microbrewery offers guided tours or visitors can simply go around and check-out the place all by themselves. At the Artifactory room (its tasting room), you can sample beers and pick-up stuff like Magic Hat collectibles and growlers at reasonable prices. The friendly bartenders will be glad to take you through the modern brewery and fix a shot for you. So go ahead and explore the secrets of brewing. For more details, check website or call ahead.
Lake Champlain is a stunning natural attraction that is shared between the states of Vermont and New York, as well as the country of Canada. The lake has enjoyed a long and colorful history, and is surrounded by intriguing stories and legends of mythical monsters. Apart from being a haven for fishers, this freshwater lake is a source of wonder for nature lovers of all kinds. The lake's tranquil waters are ideal for sailing, canoeing and other water sports, while its shores afford stunning vistas that inspire and amaze. Several nature parks, resorts and attractions can be found along the shores of Lake Champlain including Adirondack Park, Point Au Roche State Park, the Hero islands and several historic lighthouses. The migratory birds that visit the lake each fall are a special treat for bird watchers, while the stunning sight of the lake at sunset, awash in warm, golden hues, is one that is sure to enthrall all who are fortunate to see it.
Take a factory tour of the largest hand-made manufacturer of Teddy Bears in North America and be sure to take home a new friend from the gift shop.
The Adsit Cabin, located in Willsboro Point, was built in 1778. This log cabin is one of the oldest of its kind in the country. It was the home of veteran Samuel Adsit after the American Revolutionary War. It features on the National Register of Historic Places.
A full service marina on Lake Champlaign
One of Vermont's best-known tourist attractions, with 6 acres of flowers. Also large flower-themed gift shop plus wildflower seed for all regions of the U.S.
The Willsboro School is located at Essex County, New York. This historic school was built in the year 1927 C.E and is a three story red brick building. It is built in the classical Neoclassical style of architecture. and was added to the National Registrar of Historic Places on March 31, 2010.