Learn and discover how one of the world's favorite ice cream brands is made. Ben & Jerry's 30-minute factory tour takes you through an educational experience where you learn about the ice cream manufacturing process. Check out their full service scoop shop that includes some limited edition flavors and visit their gift shop to bring home some fun Ben & Jerry's memorabilia.
One of the star attractions of Vermont, sharing its coast with New York and Canada, it is rich with diverse wildlife and tourist attractions. This is a great place to explore and enjoy for outdoorsman and nature lover’s alike. Another cool attraction that is unique to Lake Champlain is the mascot/mythical sea creature related to the Loch Ness Monster that calls this lake home—whose name is Champlain, aka Champy.
Located in Vermont's picturesque Lake Champlain Valley, Shelburne Museum is known as one of America's most unconventional museums. Explore over 150,000 works of art that are displayed in 38 different exhibition buildings. From folk art, impressionist painting and decorative art to furniture and textiles, you are going to step into a world of wonder and imagination right here at the Shelburne Museum.
During the earlier days, only a narrow footpath and a trail for horses existed here. Today Smugglers Notch State Park features a campsite that draws hundreds of tourists each year. The location also gives visitors an easy access to the majestic Bingham Falls. Here you will discover some of the historic structures which were restored and relocated by the Civilian Conservation Corps.
Located to the right of the historic Burlington Waterfront, ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center lets you discover a whole new world. Kids will love exploring the aquarium's fantastic exhibits such as FrogWorld, Action Lab, and the Land of Opportunity. You can participate in some of the children's and adult's programs that engages you in the ecology, culture and history of the Lake Champlain Basin.