- Our list of the best things to do in Bennington, Vermont, features the top 91 nearby activities — including 54 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Bennington, VT has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Entertainment & Shows, Outdoor Places, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 11 things to do within the city of Bennington, VT , followed by 80 popular activities in nearby cities, including Manchester, North Adams, Williamstown, Wilmington, Arlington, Charlemont, Dover, South Londonderry and Stratton Mountain
The Bennington Arts Guild Gallery is devoted to showcasing the work of local artists in a cooperative atmosphere. The gallery hosts various receptions, showcases, and themed shows, as well as special events.
Site of the first American victory in the Revolutionary War, Bennington Battle Monument is over 300 feet tall. Visitors who take the elevator to the top can see three different states from the observation deck.
Specializing in artwork made out of recycled material, Cake Artisan Gallery has a variety of paintings, sculptures, and pottery for visitors to enjoy. The gallery has a gift shop where visitors can purchase prints and accessories.
The Oldcastle Theatre Company is an auditorium that hosts a variety of live productions and also offers educational classes for children and adults. The classes have a limited class size and a 50% sibling discount.
Bennington Lanes is a bowling alley offers ten-pin bowling on 18 lanes. The bowling alley serves food and beverages, serves beer, holds bowling leagues for adults, and even offers party package options for birthday parties.
Founded in 1852, the Bennington Museum preserves the heritage of southern Vermont and its neighboring regions. Here patrons can view collections of fine artwork, artifacts, sculptures and many other items, and there is a gift shop to commemorate the experience.
The Covered Bridge Museum is a museum dedicated to the history of covered bridges. This museum is the only of its kind in the world and includes exhibits on the construction, engineering, and creators of different covered bridges.