- TripBuzz found 102 things to do with kids in or near Ludlow, Vermont, including 95 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Woodstock, Windsor, Killington and Rutland.
- From Jackson Gore Ski Area to Okemo Mountain, the Ludlow area offers 71 different types of family activities, including: Hiking Trails, Amusement Parks (All Ages), Arts & Crafts Classes and History Museums.
- A small Vermont town, Ludlow is a resort community offering an array of outdoor sports and activities year-round. This includes winter sports like skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing and snowmobiling. And in the warmer months, tourists can also enjoy shopping, disc golf, and challenging adventures like zip lining and bungee jumping.
Woodstock Town Hall Theatre is a cinema and performing arts center that was originally constructed in 1900 as an opera house. The theatre airs a selection of first-run movies and live events such as dance, theatre, and music.
Dana House is a museum that displays Vermont and Woodstock history. The house has a collection of maps and documents from Vermont's founding, including the original charter for Woodstock and Windsor County and a room of Civil War artifacts.
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26 Elm Street, Woodstock, VT 05091 MoreLess Info
Visitors of the Woodstock Vermont Historical Society can browse through large collections of art, furniture, clothing, toys, and more to learn about the history of the local area. Walking tours are also available.
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Corner of Killington Road & Bigelow Dr, Killington, VT MoreLess Info
Root's Ski & Snowboard provides ski and snowboard rental packages, used equipment at reasonable rates, and overnight tune-ups for skis and boards. Open daily an hour before the Killington ski lifts.
Killington's McLaughlin Falls are stunning waterfalls that provide visitors with remarkable natural views. The surrounding woods are particularly scenic in the fall. A hiking and biking trail takes visitors right up to the falls.
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Maxfield Parrish Highway (Route 12A), Cornish, NH MoreLess Info
The home, studios and gardens of notable American sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens are now the Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site. Over 100 of the artist's works are exhibited in the buildings and grounds, and visitors can walk the site on trails, or participate in a sculpture class.