Vermont: Top 7 Best Places To Visit in Vermont


There are shops, boutiques, galleries, restaurants, lodging, and other amenities. The Helen Day Art Center displays works by Vermont-based artists.

Mount Mansfield, Smugglers Notch

This road runs between Mount Mansfield, Spruce Peak and is so narrow and winding upward that only one car can navigate the passageways between the huge boulders. 

Vermont’s Ski Resort

However, Vermont’s ski resorts are not only open in winter. Larger resorts offer on-mountain activities throughout the year. 

Quechee Gorge

Here, you can view the lower portion of the gorge from the water level. The excellent Vermont Institute of Natural Sciences, is located close to the gorge. 

Lake Willoughby

If it’s hiking you’re after, join the Mount Pisgah Trail that has the most incredible views over the lake. Taking around 1-2 hours to reach the top, it’s lovely to do on a half-day trip.

Burlington, Vermont

 Visitors can enjoy a fine dining experience and a spectacular sunset view at the Community Boathouse Marina. 


Jenne Farm can be visited at any time throughout the year. However, the most beautiful time to visit is the fall when the colours change.