- TripBuzz discovered 92 different types of activities for couples in the Stratton Mountain area, including Pubs (like Green Door Pub), Tennis (like Stratton Tennis School), Art Gallery (like Simon Pearce Mill) and Theaters (like Barrington Stage Company), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 79 date ideas in or near Stratton Mountain, Vermont, including 77 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Manchester, Wilmington, Bennington and Ludlow.
A fifth generation family farm, Hager's Farm Market sells a variety of farm made products. Products on offer include many varieties of maple syrup, cheeses, meat, and produce. The farm also serves prepared food.
91% 70 votes
36 Park Road, Windsor, VT 05089 MoreLess Info
There are two separate areas of the Great River Outfitters & The Path of Life Garden. Specifically, the Great River Outfitters is an outdoor adventure outfitting company while the Path of Life is an expertly landscaped garden with 18 works of art on display.
91% 211 votes
336 Ruth Carney Drive (off Route 5), Windsor, VT 05089 MoreLess Info
Tours of the Harpoon Brewery are available seven days a week throughout the year and include a beer tasting. The site also features the Beer Hall that offers views of Boston along with the brewing and canning facilities with Harpoon beer straight from the source and some snack foods.
88% 24 votes
Corner of Killington Road & Bigelow Dr, Killington, VT MoreLess Info
Root's Ski & Snowboard provides ski and snowboard rental packages, used equipment at reasonable rates, and overnight tune-ups for skis and boards. Open daily an hour before the Killington ski lifts.
99% 183 votes
Maxfield Parrish Highway (Route 12A), Cornish, NH MoreLess Info
The home, studios and gardens of notable American sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens are now the Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site. Over 100 of the artist's works are exhibited in the buildings and grounds, and visitors can walk the site on trails, or participate in a sculpture class.
Historic and artistic exhibits are available at the Vermont Marble Museum that is part of the Vermont Marble Trail, which is a driving tour along the geological marble corridor. One of the most popular permanent exhibits studies the construction of The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.