- TripBuzz discovered 91 different types of activities for couples in the Brandon area, including Winery/Vineyard (like Neshobe River Winery), Art Gallery (like Judith Reilly Gallery), Hiking Trails (like Country Inns Along the Trail) and Music Venue (like Brandon Music), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 47 date ideas in or near Brandon, Vermont, including 37 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Middlebury, Killington, Rutland and Proctor.
Lakes Region Youth Orchestra nurtures young musicians by operating an orchestral program for the youth of the region who show suitable talent and interest to benefit from educational, musical and social participation in a symphonic orchestral environment.
A 32-lane bowling facility, Rutland Bowlerama offers open and league bowling with automatic scoring and bumpers. The center provides video games, a pool table, a pro shop, dart boards and a lounge with food, drinks and adult beverages.
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Mahaney Center for the Arts, 72 Porter Field Road, Middlebury, VT 5753 MoreLess Info
From antiquities to contemporary art, the collection at the Middlebury College Museum of Art represents art, photography and sculpture. Permanent and temporary exhibits are on display at the museum, which also hosts lectures, school programs and workshops.
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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.
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Rte. 100 1/2 mi north of U.S. 4, Killington, VT MoreLess Info
Giffords Woods State Park hosts recreational hiking trails through old growth forest and fishing spots at Kent Pond. Well-maintained campgrounds have fire pits, storage lean-tos, and areas for tents or RVs.
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.