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What to Do in the Smugglers Notch Vermont Resort Area

Things to Do and Attractions Near Smugglers' Notch, Vermont

Explore the Smugglers' Notch, Vermont area in all its glory! Choose from breathtaking tours, active sporting opportunities, and historic museums. You'll discover Vermont's finest offerings in day trips or local jaunts sampling famous maple syrup and handmade quilts. The area offers the adventure of outdoor activities and family fun all within a short drive from the resort.

Food, Beverage, and Tours


Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Factory


1281 Waterbury-Stow Rd.
Waterbury, VT
(802) 882-1240
http://www.benjerry.com

Located on a rolling pasture overlooking the Worcester Range in the Green Mountains of Vermont is the Ben and Jerry’s Waterbury Factory. Here, you can learn all about the ice cream production process. The tour starts in the Cow Over the Moon Theatre with a 7-minute “moovie” about how Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield turned a .00 correspondence class into a very successful business that shares its success with its employees and the community - and has fun doing it! Then, you’re off to the mezzanine for a bird’s eye view of how “Vermont’s Finest” is actually made. Finally — you’ll visit the FlavoRoom for samples of the day.



Boyden Valley Winery & Farm


Junction 15 & 10470 Vermont Route 104
Cambridge, VT 05444
(802) 644-8151
www.boydenvalley.com

International Award Winning Grape, Fruit, and Vermont Ice Wines & Spirits. Come take a tour and enjoy a wine tasting of YOUR choice of 7 of our products for per person PLUS a logo wine glass to remember us. Located at the junction of Routes 15 and 104 in Cambridge.



Burlington Brew Tours


Church St.
Burlington, Vermont
(802) 760-6091
www.burlingtonbrewtours.com

Sit back and relax as Burlington Brew Tours takes you on an all-inclusive tour of four Vermont breweries. You'll get to taste at least 18 artisan beers, and your tour guide, the brewers, and beer experts will all be on hand and ready to chat about their favorite subject. A designated driver is provided, of course, and you can choose your start and ending points. You'll leave with a thorough knowledge of the beermaking process and the taste of delicious microbrews on your tongue.



Cold Hollow Cider Mill


3600 Waterbury-Stowe Road (Route 100)
Waterbury Center, VT 05677
1-800-327-7537
www.coldhollow.com

The Cold Hollow Cider Mill is one of the top producers of Fresh Apple Cider in all of New England and are one of the very few that press year-round. The Mill has become one of the top tourist attractions in Vermont because the operation is open to public viewing. You'll see cider that's still made the old fashioned way, with a rack and cloth press built in the 1920's. Once you've seen cider made, wander through the large retail store and check out many of the Vermont specialty foods. Bring your appetite, since you can sample plenty of jellies, mustards, applesauce, fudge, and other goodies. In the Summer, watch real bees make honey in the "honey corner" (don't worry, they're behind glass). You'll also be lured by an overwhelming aroma to The Donut Counter, where you can sink your teeth into the legendary cider donuts. These donuts were featured in Gourmet Magazine, as one of the top four donuts in the country.



Lake Champlain Chocolates


750 Pine Street
Burlington, VT 05401
(800) 465-5909
www.lakechamplainchocolates.com

Lake Champlain Chocolates is Vermont's best chocolate experience. Try it first hand at their factory store located in downtown Burlington on 750 Pine Street. During the tour you will learn how chocolate is made from the Cocoa Bean and brought to our palettes with samples of dark, milk, and white chocolate flavors. The store features a wide selection of gift boxes, ecletic flavored chocolates and ice cream bar.



Magic Hat Brewing Company & Performing Arts Center


5 Bartlett Bay Road
South Burlington VT, 05403
(802) 658-BREW
www.magichat.net

While you're in the Burlington area tour the Magic Hat Brewery and Artifactory, where ancient alchemy meets modern day science to produce the best tasting beer on the planet! We offer FREE Brewery Tours, FREE Samples, Beer-to-Go, and a most unusual shopping experience.



Maple Grove Farms of Vermont


1052 Portland St.
St.Johnsbury VT, 05819
(802) 748-5141 ext 4
(800) 525-2540 ext 4
www.maplegrove.com

Visit the Sugarhouse Maple Museum, learn about the making of Pure Maple Syrup. Then visit the Red Roof Gift Shop to view a video about the history of Maple Grove - the world's oldest and largest maple candy factory and largest packer of pure maple syrup in the USA.



Shelburne Vineyard and Wine Tasting


6308 Shelburne Road
Shelburne VT, 05482
(802) 985-8222
(802) 610-1060
www.shelburnevineyard.com

Join us throughout the year, to savor our internationally recognized award-winning wines and discover VT's newest secret--how we make world-class wines from VT and regionally grown grapes. Then tour our state-of-the art Winery, stroll or picnic among the Vines and sip our selection of White, Red, Rosé, Late Harvest and Ice Wines as you learn about our adventure growing grapes and making wine in VT's northern climate.



Vermont Cabot Creamery


(800) 837-4261
www.cabotcheese.com

Guided tours include an informative video, which tells not only the history of Cabot Creamery, but also a little something about the agricultural history of Vermont. After the video, take a walk down the hall to actually view Cabot's award-winning cheese being made. Following the tour (.00 per person over 12 years of age) you'll nibble the many varieties of cheeses, including the World’s Best Cheddar and Best Flavored Cheddar.



Vermont Teddy Bear Factory


6655 Shelburne Rd.
Shelburne, VT 05482
(802) 985-3001 (and press #2) or (800) 829-BEAR
www.vermontteddybear.com

The Vermont Teddy Bear Factory is where all these cuddly little friends are born. Come for a visit and not only will you see how the Vermont Teddy Bears are made, you can custom build your own.



Farms, Parks, and The Outdoors


Great Vermont Corn Maze


1404 Wheelock Road
North Danville VT, 05828
(802) 748-1399
http://www.vermontcornmaze.com

Selected one of the TOP 10 mazes in America!! Come early, spend the day at a National Geographic GeoTourism destination, 10+ acres of "amaizing" fun. New maze design & surprises every year, miles of pathways, bridges, Emergency Exits, 2 mazes, Kid's Village, views, Barnyard Golf, 100 feet of Tunnels, petting animals. Big maze takes 45 min - over 2 hours to solve.



Horsford Gardens & Nursery


2111 Greenbush Road
Charlotte VT, 05445
(802) 425-2811 ext.0
http://www.horsfordnursery.com

Browse our huge selection of field-grown trees, shrubs, evergreens, and lilacs. Visit our display gardens, antique glass greenhouses, 2 acres of perennials, and gift shop filled with tools, pottery, and gardening books. Bring your lunch and sit by pond, or enjoy a swing under 120-year-old locust tree.



Sharp Park


204 Cobble Hill Rd.
Milton VT, 05468
(802) 879-3507
(800) 727-2359
http://www.sharppark.com

Exciting family fun only 20 minutes from Burlington. Hiking, Segway tours, paragliding lessons, zip lines, hot air balloon rides, helicopter sightseeing flights in summer/fall. Christmas trees, wreaths in December. Sliding, snow tubing, skiing & boarding in winter, weather permitting.



Shelburne Farms


Junction of Harbor and Bay Roads
Shelburne VT, 05482
(802) 985-8686
http://www.shelburnefarms.org

Visit a 1,400-acre working farm, stroll walking trail to historic Farm Barn or hop a tractor-drawn shuttle. Explore Children’s Farmyard, visit farm animals and participate in daily activities from brushing a draft horse to gathering eggs. Watch award-winning Farmhouse Cheddar being made.



Vermont Wildflower Farm


US Rte. 7
Charlotte VT, 05445
(802) 425-3641
http://www.vermontwildflowerfarm.com

Welcome to the East's No.1 Wildflower Seed Center. Stroll 6 acres of wildflower gardens and expanded gift shop brimming with floral-themed gifts, plus America's favorite wildflower seeds for all regions.



Museums and Centers


ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center


One College St.
Burlington VT 05401
1-877-ECHOFUN
www.echovermont.org

Vermont's premier world-class lake aquarium and science center located at the Leahy Center for Lake Champlain, on the beautiful Burlington waterfront! 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 demos daily. The 2.2 acre site is also highlighted by the Lake Champlain Navy Memorial. Eclectic Gift Shop and seasonal cafe.



Fairbanks Museum


1302 Main Street
St. Johnsbury VT, 05819
(802) 748-2372
www.fairbanksmuseum.org

The Museum was opened in 1891 by industrialist and philanthropist Franklin Fairbanks, nephew of the inventor of the platform scale, as one of the first teaching museums in America. A full calendar of public programs and events at the Museum are designed to challenge of thinking about our place in community, natural environment and the universe. The Museum is home to the only public planetarium in Vermont and the "Eye on the Sky" weather gallery. All this under the graceful arch of a masterpiece of Victorian architecture described as Richardson Romanesque, the cornerstone of St. Johnsbury's Historic Main Street district.



Robert Hull Fleming Museum


61 Colchester Ave.
Burlington, Vermont 05405
(802) 656-8059
(802) 656-2090
www.uvm.edu

Housed in a beautiful classical structure, the Fleming Museum offers an exceptional opportunity to become familiar with history through a wonderful collection of world art, from prehistory to the very modern. The museum, part of the University of Vermont, has been open to the public since 1931. and several themed temporary exhibitions feature each season.



Shelburne Museum


U.S. Rte. 7
Shelburne VT, 05482
(802) 985-3346
www.shelburnemuseum.org

One of America’s most distinctive and popular art and outdoor history museums. Exhibitions in 39 buildings. 6 period houses, a lighthouse, a steam locomotive, an operating vintage carousel, a general store, a covered bridge, steamboat Ticonderoga. Fine art galleries include paintings by Impressionist masters and great American artists. Park-like setting.



Transportation Fun


Jay Peak Aerial Tramway


Rte. 242
Jay VT, 05859
(802) 988-2611
jaypeakresort.com

Jay Peaks Aerial Tramway is one of Vermonts most beautiful & scenic rides. You will enjoy views of four states and the Provence of Quebec from the 4,000 foot summit. The 10 minute ride to the summit offers the perfect mountain top picnic opportunity.



Lake Champlain Cruises & Ferries


King Street Dock
Burlington VT, 05401
(802) 864-9804
www.ferries.com

Three crossings on Lake Champlain. Between Grand Isle, VT & Plattsburgh, NY open 24 hrs. all year; ferry between Burlington, VT & Port Kent, NY open mid-June thru first of Oct.; ferry between Charlotte, VT & Essex, NY open all year ice conditions permitting. Enjoy the spectacular beauty of Lake Champlain aboard Northern Lights, Vermont's Premier Luxury Cruise boat. Dine in the mahogany finished lounge and dance the night away under the stars during our themed Dinner Cruises.



Northern Lights


1 King Street
Burlington VT, 05401
(802) 864-9669
www.lakechamplaincruises.com

Enjoy a daily scenic cruise, dance on a dreamy sunset dinner cruise, or take in a special concert cruise. Available for private charter, weddings or other special events.



Stowe Soaring


2305 Laporte Rd - Rt 100
Morrisville, VT 05661
(802) 888-7845
www.stowesoaring.com

Come soar with us at Stowe Soaring, the premier soaring site in New England, located six miles north of Stowe on Route 100. Enjoy an unforgettable experience - a smooth and graceful ride on silent wings. Our highly experienced pilots will give you the ride of a lifetime. If you are adventurous, they will show you beautiful maneuvers and give you a chance to fly. Glider instruction and rental are available for novice and experienced pilots.



Whistling Man Schooner Co.


1 College St.
Burlington, VT
(802) 598-6504
www.whistlingman.com

Sailing tours on Lake Champlain aboard the classic vessel Friend Ship. We offer daily sailing cruises as well as half day and full day private charters from late May until early October. The Friend Ship departs from her slip next to the ECHO Center at the Leahy Center for Lake Champlain at the foot of College Street in Burlington.



Sports and Leisure


Brewster Ridge Horse Center


480 Edwards Rd
Jeffersonville, VT 05464-9424
802-644-8051

Located just 1.8 miles from Smugglers' Notch Resort. Enjoy a guided trail ride through the pristine pastures and fabulous forest of Brewster Ridge, nestled amidst the peaceful Green Mountains.



Burlington Golf Course


568 S Prospect St
Burlington, VT 05401-3540
(802) 860-0457
(802) 658-3856
http://www.burlingtoncountryclub.org

This private, 18-hole bent grass course is known for its water obstacles and tricky greens. Built in 1924, it was designed by Donald Ross, and provides a real challenge even for experienced golfers.



Eden Mountain Dog Sledding


1390 Square Road
Eden Mills, VT 05653
(802) 635-9070
http://www.edendogsledding.com

Experience the exhilaration of soaring through scenic meadows and pristine woodlands, led by an eager team of Alaskan Huskies. You'll have an experience that you'll find yourself revisiting in memory again and again.



Green River Canoe and Kayak


155 Sterling Ridge Drive
Jeffersonville, VT 05464
(802) 644-8336

Making it easier for you to get out on the water! With a variety of trips and departure times there's no reason you and your family can't get out paddling in no time. Green River Canoe & Kayak is conveniently located on Route 15 behind The Family Table in Jeffersonville.



Lajoie Stables


992 Pollander Road
Jeffersonville VT 05464
(802) 644-5347
http://www.lajoiestables.com

Located 10 minutes from Smugglers’ Notch Resort. We are open 7 days a week for Sleigh Rides and horse back riding. All of our sleigh rides and trail rides are private. Bring yourr cameras for that memory that will last a lifetime!



Shopping, Theatre, and Cinema


Church Street Marketplace


2 Church St., 2A
Burlington VT, 05401
802-863-1648
http://www.churchstmarketplace.com

The award-winning, historic Church Street Marketplace, in the heart of downtown Burlington. Over 130 specialty shops, services, restaurants & vendors. Each year events & festivals make it a fun filled attraction. Minutes away from Burlington’s waterfront, lodging and the international airport.



Essex Shoppes and Cinemas


21 Essex Way
PO Box 8567
Essex, VT 05451
(802) 878-2851
http://www.essexshoppes.com

Fantastic brand name shopping for clothing, accessories, home goods. See popular movies in the Essex Cinemas.



Stowe Theatre Guild


7 Main Street
P.O. Box 1381
Stowe, VT 05672
(802) 253-3961
http://www.stowetheatre.com

The Stowe Theatre Guild is a non-profit volunteer community theatre organization, pledged to present the best local theatre experience in New England and offering diverse, quality productions in a premier facility.




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