- TripBuzz found 47 things to do with kids in or near Manchester, Vermont, including 38 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Wilmington, Arlington, Bennington and Londonderry.
- From Orvis Fly Fishing School to Lye Brook Falls, the Manchester area offers 91 different types of family activities, including: Science Museums, Specialty Museums, Mountains and National & State Parks.
- Bennington County, Vermont is home to the less than 5,000 residents in the city of Manchester. A historically industrial area, the town combines both past and present avenues of adventure and entertainment. Visitors can enjoy a day of shopping at the variety of malls and outlets or stroll through historic centers native to the area.
Magic Forest is family fun park geared toward the littlest one of the family. While the park features an array of activities for the whole family including a train and safari tram, most of the rides are created to entertain toddlers and small children.
With only three guest rooms, Alyson's Orchard is a charming bed and breakfast that is also a produce farm and a catering hall. The Orchard is an excellent destination for a romantic retreat and is in demand as a wedding venue.
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441 Lockhart Mountain Rd, Lake George, NY 12845 MoreLess Info
Nestled among the Adirondack mountains, the Top of the World Golf Course offers golfers unique mountain and lake views. An 18-hole course, it also features a full-service restaurant, and is available to reserve for weddings.
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Route 9, P.O. Box 511, Lake George, NY 12845 MoreLess Info
Featuring over 135 rides, shows and attractions, Great Escape and Splashwater Kingdom offers an array of activities for every level of thrill seeker. From gravity-defying coasters to daily dance parties, the parks offer something for family members of all ages.
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191 Union Ave., Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 MoreLess Info
The National Museum of Racing & Hall of Fame exhibits equine art collections, trophies, and memorabilia related to this domain. The museum is dedicated to the thoroughbred racing, since this is one of the oldest sports practiced in America.
Of moderate difficulty, the Buck mountain hiking trail is somewhat steep and rocky in places, but offers a sweeping view of the lake below upon reaching the summit. The trail length one way is approximately three miles.