The Vermont Department of Tourism has a number of guides to help you explore all our great state has to offer. You'll quickly see why so many organizations and individuals choose to host their events in Vermont!
The Lake Champlain of Vermont Chamber of Commerce
Lake Champlain region is an inspiring backdrop for both work and relaxation. Burlington is consistently ranked in the top ten for best places to live, visit, work and do business--take a look around The Lake Champlain of Vermont Chamber of Commerce and find out why!
Church Street Market Place
Church Street has everything from shoping, dining, clubs, and special events. Visit the Church Street Market Place for more information on all of the great activities.
The ECHO Center
Located at Burlington on Lake Champlain, the ECHO Center is Vermont's newest attraction. ECHO stands for Ecology, Culture, History and Opportunity.
The Vermont Teddy Bear Factory
In Shelburne the Vermont Teddy Bear Factory has the finest bears made around. Take a tour and see for yourself!
1,400 acre working farm, National Historic Landmark and a non-profit environmental education center, Shelburne Farms is fun for all ages.
Ben & Jerry's
From a renovated gas station in Burlington, Vermont, to far-off places with names we sometimes mispronounce, the journey that began in 1978 with 2 guys and the ice cream business they built is as legendary as the ice cream is euphoric. Find out more by visiting Ben & Jerry's website.
Lake Champlain Chocolate Factory
Lake Champlain Chocolates has been crafting specialty chocolates in Burlington, Vermont, for over 30 years.
Magic Hat Brewery
The Magic Hat Brewery has been putting a performance into every bottle of beer since 1994. Today, the South Burlington, VT-based brewery puts out upwards of 175,000 barrels each year, and the brewing process, in all its strange and satisfying glory, has never been more accessible.
See how Vermont's finest specialty foods are made, including smoked hams, pure Vermont maple syrup, cheddar cheese, as well as a variety of other specialty foods at Dakin Farm.
The Department of Parks, Recreation and Waterfront
The Department of Parks, Recreation and Waterfront oversees all of Burlington’s 35+ Parks, 550+ Acres of Open Space, 4 Public Beaches, Street Trees & Greenways, Community Gardens, 3 Cemeteries, Miller Recreation Center, Leddy Ice Arena, Champlain Senior Center, North Beach Campground, Community Boathouse Marina and all Recreation Programs.
Vermont Cheese Council
Vermont Cheese Council is dedicated to the production and advancement of Vermont cheese
Adventure Ropes Course
The UVM Adventure Ropes Course provides visitors with adventure-based, experiential learning and cooperative team-building opportunities. The course is a short distance from our main UVM campus.
The Chazy Reef on Isle La Motte
In the northwestern corner of Vermont on Isle La Motte, the northernmost island of Lake Champlain, is a remarkable natural phenomenon: the Chazy Reef formation.