- Our list of the best things to do in Shelburne, Vermont, features the top 124 nearby activities — including 57 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Shelburne, VT has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 12 things to do within the city of Shelburne, VT , followed by 112 popular activities in nearby cities, including Burlington, Plattsburgh, South Burlington, Stowe, Waitsfield, Waterbury, Vergennes, Middlebury, Charlotte, Waterbury Center, Essex, Grand Isle, Richmond, Winchester, Cambridge, Warren, Colchester and Isle La Motte
Burlington Brew Tours is an all-inclusive sampling tour of Vermont breweries. With round trip transportation from your residence or hotel, each tour comprises tastings of 15 local craft-brewed and artisan beers, led by a self-professed 'beer geek' guide. The final stop includes lunch at a local eatery.
69% 439 votes
1 College St., Burlington, VT 5401 MoreLess Info
The ECHO Lake Aquarium & Science Centre is an interactive attraction centred around ecology, culture, history and stewardship in the Lake Champlain Basin. Permanent exhibits include an aquatic habitat, FrogWorld, Discovery Place for toddlers and a hands-on paleontological dig box.
Book a private sailing excursion on Lake Champlain for a group of up to 6 people with Let's Go Sailing Private Cruises. Cruises last from 2 hours to a full day and groups are invited to bring a picnic. Private sailing lessons available.
The mission of the Burlington City Arts Center is to fuse a relationship between the arts and the surrounding community. The center includes a print and clay studio as well as an exhibit for local artwork.
100% 18 votes
1891 Williston Road #5, South Burlington, VT 05403 MoreLess Info
With MotoVermont- Day Tours, visitors can explore the scenic Vermont forests with an experienced rider. The tour provides the motorbikes and GPS, and leads visitors over bridges and through mountain paths.
Featuring over 8,000 square-feet to experience, Talent Skatepark is a local skatepark and skate shop popular among individuals of all skating levels. The park also carries snowboarding gear and offers learn-to-skate lessons for beginners.
A four-block open-air mall in downtown Burlington, the Church Street Marketplace offers pedestrians a mix of shopping, restaurants, historical architecture and street entertainment. Annual events include jazz and street theater festivals.
With Burlington Food Tours, visitors can sample a wide range of food items such as jams, cheeses, popsicles, and more. The tour takes visitors on a walk through the Burlington Farmer's market while narrating the food history of the region.
East Shore Vineyard is a local winery that produces a large variety of wines available in over 160 retailers nearby. Visitors to the vineyard commonly enjoy sampling the selection of reds and whites in the on-site tasting room.