Events & Things to Do in and around Woodstock
There's always great local foods at our farmers markets, local arts and crafts in our galleries and shops. Lots of fun with our local musicians.
Hiking on Mt. Tom and Mt. Peg and Quechee Gorge; Biking on our country roads; Horseback Riding
Balloons over Vermont
Fly Fishing – www.riverexcitement.com
Enjoy History & Culture in one of Vermont's Creative Centers:
Billings Farm & Museum - http://www.billingsfarm.org and the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Park - http://www.nps.gov/mabi/
Pentangle Council on the Arts always has something going on - whether it's a live performance or a first-run movie. See http://www.pentanglearts.org
Woodstock Historical Society
Bridgewater Mill Mall - over 20 shops, artisans & food
Historic Bentley's Restaurant located in the center of Woodstock.
Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site - home of America's foremost sculptors
Calvin Coolidge State Park - the birthplace, the inaugural site, and burial site of our 30th President.
Green Mountain Horse Association
Unique Vermont Activities & Shopping:
Simon Pearce Glass Factory
Sugarbush Farms - enjoy tasting Vermont syrup, cheeses and lots of other goodies
Long Trail Brew Pub
Gillingham's - Vermont's Oldest Country Store
Woodstock Farmer's Market - Find great, fresh & interesting food products
AND Taste Vermont’s best ice cream, great burgers, fried clams and more at the White Cottage Snack Bar in West Woodstock – cool off and dip your toes in the Ottauquechee - both across the street from the Carriage House!
The Woodstock Chamber of Commerce lists wonderful shops, restaurants, activities and current events on its website: http://www.woodstockvt.com
Woodstock is centrally located in Vermont - you can visit many sites in Vermont and New Hampshire within an hours' drive!
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