- The list below includes 72 free or cheap things to do in or near Stowe, Vermont, including 73 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Forests, Mountains and River.
- From Recreation Path to Mount Mansfield, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Stowe and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Montpelier, South Burlington, Barre and Waitsfield.
The Bixby Memorial Library is a public library that is dedicated to fulfill the literary and cultural needs of the surrounding community. The library consists of DVDs, CDs, children's books, adult fiction books, and nonfiction books.
Located at the waterside, the Vergennes Falls Park covers six and a half acres of land. The site has a system of walking paths, picnic areas, a boat launch, and areas for bank fishing that is relatively easy to reach from the main highway.
Set on a 150-acre private property, Dog Mountain is a leash-free zone where pet owners are encouraged to bring their dogs. The property is designed with several trails, fields and pools inviting dogs to play, run and swim with their owners and other dogs.
Located on Dog Mountain, the Dog Chapel is a pet-friendly chapel built by artist Stephen Huneck, dedicated to the celebration and appreciation of dogs. Visitors are encouraged to bring a photo of a departed dog to leave on the inner walls of the building.
Located within the Dog Mountain community, the Stephen Huneck Gallery is a local art gallery featuring a number of works by the gallery's namesake artist. Prints, handmade woodcuts, and books are among the items available at the gallery.
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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.
A community arts centre housed in the historic St. Johnsbury Masonic Temple building, Catamount Film and Arts contains two movie theatres showing foreign language and independent films, and an 80-seat theatre for regular live performances.
Even though it is a small two screen cinema, the Oldham Theater is one of the oldest movie theaters in the area. It normally shows popular first-run Hollywood films with one being shown in the downstairs theater while the other is presented upstairs.