- Our list of the best things to do in Waitsfield, Vermont, features the top 119 nearby activities — including 57 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Waitsfield, VT has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Entertainment & Shows.
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The Vermont Granite Museum of Barre showcases the history of local granite production in a beautiful riverside setting. Visitors can take tours, view artisans at work, or attend seasonal events hosted on the grounds.
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An 18-hole golf course built into the mountains, the Green Mountain National Golf Course also offers a restaurant and bar, pro shop, practice facilities, and private or group lessons. Voted Vermont's #1 Public Course by Golf Week and Golf Digest.
The Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks is a family-run maple syrup operation including free tours and tastings, nature trail, country store and outdoor museum on Vermont farm life. The maplewood Woodshed Theater offers a film about the family's maple process.
Studio Place Arts features a variety of art galleries and classes. Guests can often see local artists working on projects as they browse through exhibits because the facility also provides studio space to creative individuals.
Offering guests the chance to watch first-run movies in 3D, the Paramount Theatre also provides group and special event rentals. Additionally, parents can also schedule a birthday party for their children at this location.
Serving as a local mid-sized performance space, the Barre Opera House can seat just over 600 people. The shows focus mostly on musical performances though with intermissions of homemade desserts and a selection of hot and cold refreshments.
Since Barre is considered to be the Granite Capital of the World, it has a long history of gravestone monuments with Hope Cemetery forming the foundation. It represents a distinguished history of memorial art through stone with some of the oldest and most intricate examples.
A racing facility for stock cars and late model cars, Thunder Road Speedbowl Barre Vermont hosts a variety of races and tournaments year-round. The track is a quarter mile oval that attracts NASCAR drivers for some events.
The largest quarry in the world is known as Rock of Ages. Tours of the facility and its in-house artisans are held daily with special sandblast experiences available during certain times of the year to show how stone can become art.