Things to Do in Central Vermont

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From the soda fountain at the rear, one can look across to Silver Lake, frozen solid and strewn with ice-fishing shacks. About 20 yards out from the... Read More

The best-known hill farm in central Vermont is the Billings Farm & Museum, on Route 12 outside Wood_stock. During early winter, it's open only on... Read More

On Elm Street, F. H. Gillingham & Sons stocks plaid woolen Johnson Mills hunting pants, wooden train whistles, and sleigh bells. Read More

Opened by Boris and Sheila Pilsmaker in 1987, this popular Vermont café has become a staple on Woodstock's Main Street. Everything is made from... Read More

From late October through May, this planned community near the New Hampshire border, which dates to 1969, hosts downhill and cross-country skiing,... Read More

Housed in a 180-year-old mill in the village town of Woodstock, Shackleton Thomas sells handcrafted artisan goods, such as furniture and pottery, that... Read More

Quite possibly Vermont's most family-friendly ski area, Suicide Six is not as imposing as the name implies. With 23 trails, over 50% of which... Read More

Visit the studios of dozens of local artists and attend concerts by the likes of the Vermont Philharmonic. Read More

Susan Morgan's Woodstock bookstore speaks volumes about her passion for literature. Yankee Bookshop is the oldest independent bookseller in Vermont,... Read More

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