- TripBuzz discovered 78 different types of activities for couples in the Plymouth area, including Historic Sites (like President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site), Snowmobiling (like Killington Snowmobile Tours), Art Gallery (like Simon Pearce Mill) and National & State Parks (like Marsh - Billings - Rockefeller National Historical Park), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 115 date ideas in or near Plymouth, Vermont, including 112 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Woodstock, Windsor, Killington and Rutland.
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1005 Hildene Road, Manchester, VT 05254 MoreLess Info
Hildene, The Lincoln Family Home was the summer home of Robert Todd Lincoln, the eldest son of President Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln. The Home is open to guests for tours of the home, grounds and walking trails.
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Granville, VT MoreLess Info
Considered to be the most photographic waterfall in Vermont, the Moss Glen Falls has a grace and overall style that looks great on camera even though there are higher and more voluminous falls in the state. Hiking and photography are the main activities for the area near the falls.
Experience Mount Equinox, southern Vermont's highest peak, via the Skyline Drive, with picnic areas and lookouts along its 5.2 mile climb. At the summit, visit the Saint Bruno Scenic Viewing Centre, with information about the Carthusian Monks, whose only US monastery is located on the mountain.
At an elevation of 3,848 feet, Mount Equinox is the highest peak in the Taconic Mountain Range. Visitors can learn a lot about the mountain and nearby Carthusian Monastery at the Saint Bruno Scenic Viewing Center.
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6328 Historic Route 7a, Arlington, VT 05250 MoreLess Info
Offerings canoe trips from their base Vermont location since 1983, the BattenKill Canoe Day Trips have become a popular attraction in the region. Their focus is on travel for small groups and families, but individual trips can be arranged as well.
The years that the artist spent in the area between the years of 1939 and 1953 are memorialized at the Norman Rockwell Exhibition. The specific pieces shown at the display focus on the community and lives of those who lived in the area.