Below you will find a neatly organized list of interesting activities and things to do in Vermont. Foodies, adrenaline junkies, sports fanatics, tinkerers, or those looking for something a little more laid back are sure to find an activity here that will suit their tastes. There are many interesting things to do in Vermont ranging from the tame to the extreme!
We like this place not just because of the food but because of the dress code. It seems to imply that anything goes here (“Bring us your thirst and hunger in any attire that you like”) so if you want to come wearing nothing but a Viking hat, bikini and combat boots that’ll work (you might want to confirm this with them beforehand though just in case we misinterpreted their dress code policy). If your into suits and neckwear that’s ok too. You see, over yonder way at the Cool Moose Café its all about the food, its so good that you probably wouldn’t notice if the people sitting next to you were dressed like goblins anyway.
Come one, come all, check out the website for a full menu, hours of operation and driving directions.
The Mountain View Ranch has something for everyone! Have you ever wondered what it would be like to ride a real live donkey? Well you can check that one off of your bucket list now! Not only can you ride donkeys here but also full size horses. Featuring trail rides, “cowboy up” rides, picnic rides, sleigh rides, dinner rides, and rides of all description. And if you want a really cool souvenir to take home with you at the end of the day, you can even buy a real live horse here too.
Check out their website for photos, list of activities, cost, hours and directions.
If you’re looking for an adrenaline rush the Okemo Mountain Resort has exactly what you need. In addition to skiing, snowboarding, and tubing. You can also ride a zipline, the Timber Ripper Mountain Coaster, or a bungee trampoline. Other activities include golf, rock climbing wall, disc golf, and ice skating.
View their website for more details such as operating hours, driving directions, cost, special events and other activities offered.
The Fletcher Farm School for Arts & Crafts provides a variety of interesting learning activities and opportunities. The farm dates back to the late 1700s but the school has been operated by the Society of Vermont Craftsmen since 1948. It’s purpose is to provide instruction in the Arts and Crafts under the expert guidance of skilled professionals. They are committed to keeping alive old traditions and to teach new techniques. Some of the classes offered include basketry, fiber arts, photography, glass blowing, stained glass, jewelry & lapidary.
Visit their website for even more detail information including cost, schedule and contact information.
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