- Our list of the best things to do in Middlebury, Vermont, features the top 56 nearby activities — including 27 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Middlebury, VT has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Sights & Landmarks, Museums & Galleries, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 15 things to do within the city of Middlebury, VT , followed by 41 popular activities in nearby cities, including Waitsfield, Brandon, Shelburne, Vergennes, Charlotte, Killington, Stowe, Granville and Warren
Hiking and general walking is available at the Robert Frost Wayside Trail through the dense foliage of the Green Mountains. In addition to the natural setting and views, pieces of poems by Robert Frost are placed along the trail for reading.
The activities at the Lincoln Peak Vineyard are focused on the enjoyment of the wines produced at the site. Wine tastings are offered throughout the year as are walking tours of the vineyards and even picnics that can be conducted by an old fashioned wood stove in the winter.
Improvements to the Morgan horse through selection and breeding is the focus of the UVM Morgan Horse Farm, but there are also many educational activities. Training is offered to both students and visitors for this specific horse breed.
76% 25 votes
1 Park Street, Middlebury, VT 05753 MoreLess Info
A very old museum, Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History contains an array of exhibits, displays and artifacts.With antique furnishings, paintings and historical documents, the museum is ideal for families, schools and youth groups.
89% 9 votes
Court Street at the Gamaliel Painter House, Middlebury, VT MoreLess Info
Featuring a historic school house, Vermont Folklife Center provides an inside glimpse of life in Vermont's past with its exhibits. The center has a variety of crafts on display from local artisans, from pottery to blankets.
78% 18 votes
Pulp Mill Covered Bridge Road, Middlebury, VT 05753 MoreLess Info
Measuring a total length of 199-feet, the Pulp Mill Covered Bridge is a bridge that was originally built as a single span bridge. The channel is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.