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Area Attractions

Billings Farm and Museum

Explore one of the finest operating dairy farms in America and a museum of Vermont's rural past – your gateway to Vermont's rural heritage. Billings Farm features many aspects of farm work, including care of the Jersey cows and other livestock, milking of the herd, crop rotation, and feed production.

Billings Farm

Montshire Museum of Science

There’s something for everyone at the Montshire — interactive bubble stations, the region’s largest collection of moths and butterflies, wildly creative Rube Goldberg devices, a tank where live trout swim, the topological puzzles, a colony of leaf-cutter ants, and much more. Montshire features more than 125 permanent exhibits, nationally touring and features exhibits, “Andy’s Place” - a special area scaled to size for visitors five and under, and 100 acres of trails, outdoor exhibits, a Woodland Garden, Science Park, a walking tour of the solar system, and the most intelligent water park in New England.

Montshire Science Museum

Ben and Jerry’s Factory Tours

Nestled in the heart of the Green Mountains, our ice cream factory sits on a rolling pasture overlooking the Worcester Range heading North from the town of Waterbury. Our guided factory tours are fun and educational for all ages. We offer guests the opportunity to learn about the production process and how the company’s 3-part mission statement is incorporated into day-to-day business decisions. During the summer months you’ll find outdoor activities, cows in the pasture, our Flavor Graveyard and plenty of space for picnicking.

Ben and Jerry’s Factory Tours

Sugarbush Resort

Sugarbush first opened for skiing on December 25, 1958. Summer at Sugarbush opens a world of opportunity. Amidst winding streams, rolling pastures, and a pristine mountain forest, the Sugarbush Resort Golf Club offers a breathtaking, scenic golfing experience. Hiking, lift rides, mountain biking and disc golf are offered daily via the Super Bravo lift, in addition to zip line rides, swimming and a bounce house for kids. The Sugarbush Health and Racquet Club features indoor and outdoor pools and hot tubs, a full-service fitness center, tennis courts and clinics, rock climbing, massage therapy, a children’s bounce house, and kids’ day camps.

Sugarbush

Montague Golf Club

Open for play since 1913, the Montague Golf Club is the second oldest operating golf course in Vermont. It features a beautiful, 6,300-yard links golf course with many holes fronting on the Third Branch of the White River. Montague’s front nine is lined by maple and pine trees. The back nine is more of an open “links-style”, with rolling fairways and sloping land lined with tall heather grasses. The course is open to the public.

Montague Golf Club

Rock of Ages Granite Quarry

Tour the active granite quarry, nearly 600 feet deep. Narrated shuttle tours to the quarry operate Friday of Memorial Day weekend until mid-October (closed July 4th), with a small fee. Watch artisans in the factory polish and sculpt world-famous Barre granite. Our factory is available for self-guided tours of the artisans Monday through Friday 8:00AM - 3:30PM. Stop by our gift shop, and try stone cutting for yourself!

Rock of Ages Quarry

Killington Resort

Killington is best known for it’s world-class downhill skiing on Vermont’s second highest peak. However, in the spring and summer, Killington transforms into a cross-country and downhill mountain bike park. Killington also features hiking trails, disc golf, and the Killington Golf Course.

Killington

Shelburne Museum

Shelburne Museum is a museum of art and Americana located in Shelburne, Vermont. Over 150,000 works are exhibited in 39 exhibition buildings, 25 of which are historic and were relocated to the Museum grounds. It is located on 45 acres near Lake Champlain. Impressionist paintings, folk art, quilts and textiles, decorative arts, furniture, American paintings, and an array of 17th- to 20th-century artifacts are on view. Shelburne is home to collections of 19th-century American folk art, quilts, 19th- and 20th-century decoys, and carriages.

Shelburne Museum

Lincoln Farm

The Lincoln Farm is operated by Sam and Ashley Lincoln, our sons Matt and John and our enthusiastic team of employees. We have been growing produce for retail and wholesale markets since 2000. We sell to stores, local institutions and other farm stands but our favorite outlet is direct to the consumer at our farm stand located at 4884 East Bethel Road in Randolph Center, Vermont. We offer high quality products, outstanding service and a chance for you to interact with the farm and farmers who produce your food. Ask questions, look around, and try us out.

Lincoln Farm