- TripBuzz discovered 83 different types of activities for couples in the Windsor area, including Gardens (like Great River Outfitters & The Path of Life Garden), National & State Parks (like Mt. Ascutney State Park), Hiking Trails (like Brownsville Trail) and Breweries (like Harpoon Brewery), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 96 date ideas in or near Windsor, Vermont, including 80 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Woodstock, Quechee, Ludlow and Killington.
122 SPECIAL GROUPON DEAL: Up to 38% Off Admission to New Hampshire Telephone Museum
22 East Main St., Warner, NH MoreLess Info
All types of memorabilia related to the telephone are available at the New Hampshire Telephone Museum. Group tours by reservation, are offered by the museum to include seeing old telephones, books and various tools of the telephone trade.
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Jamaica, VT MoreLess Info
Jamaica State Park was officially opened to the public in 1969 and is currently made of 772 acres of land. There is a great emphasis on fishing in the many areas of water in the park, but there are also opportunities for camping, hiking, and swimming.
Sitting atop a picturesque hilltop, Newfound Lake Vineyards is a popular destination for wine lovers in Bristol. The vineyards produce handcrafted wines from locally sourced fruits including Bordeaux blends, Pinot Grigio, Maple wines and more.
Built in the middle of the 19th century, Wilson Castle stands as an architectural masterpiece and a well-preserved historic site. There are general tours of the site and the grounds held throughout the year along with special events like the Haunted Castle Tours that take place in October.
Wellington State Park is home to the state's largest freshwater beach, along the shores of Newfound Lake. The park also offers a snack bar, picnic area and playground, along with well-marked hiking trails and boat launch facilities.
Historic and artistic exhibits are available at the Vermont Marble Museum that is part of the Vermont Marble Trail, which is a driving tour along the geological marble corridor. One of the most popular permanent exhibits studies the construction of The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.