The area offers a rich diversity of activities,
attractions and events year-round. From bustling country
fairs and fiddler's contests to fine art exhibits and
musical performances, there is literally something
for everyone. Some highlights
Old Stone House Museum (Brownington)
Built by Alexander Twilight, the country's first black
college graduate and a U.S. Legislator. Offers excellent
exhibits and displays to give you a sense of the region's
unique rural history.
Museum & Planetarium (St. Johnsbury) Inviting galleries filled with
an array of the world's wonders. Vermont's only public
planetarium and an extensive natural science collection.
Corn Maze & Science Center (North Danville) - explore this dairy farm and
five-acre maze to discover hidden secrets and picnic
in the wildflowers.
Grove Farms of Vermont (St. Johnsbury) - learn
all about maple sugaring, Vermont's first industry, tour
the factory and sample superb maple products.
The nearby Sugarmill
Farm and Maple Museum (Barton) also offers self-guided tours of
the museum, a beautiful maple orchard and sugarhouse.
The farm uses the same syrup used in Ben & Jerry's
Maple Walnut Ice Cream.
Bread & Puppet
- hundreds of puppets and masks in a 100-year-old,
100' barn with shows offered in late August and September.
Creamery (Cabot) - learn about the magic
of cheese making and the award-winning varieties
of Cabot cheeses.
Stephen Huneck's Gallery at Dog Mountain (St. Johnsbury)
- visit this world-renowned, eccentric destination to
view the pet cemetery, dog chapel, an eight-acre wildflower
garden and a bronze sculpture garden (as seen on The
Late Show with David Letterman).
Innsider's Tip: A
must see is the Bread & Puppet
Museum in Glover (about a ½ hour drive from
the Inn). Here you may tour the 100 year old refurbished
barn to view the world's largest collection of gigantic
puppets. In the summer, the theme usually involves
political satire and includes theatrical puppet performances,
live music, guest speakers, exhibits and poetry.