- TripBuzz found 43 things to do indoors in the Quechee area. From Simon Pearce Mill to Vermont Distilling Co., Quechee offers a variety of rainy day activities and other fun things to do indoors — including 64 indoor attractions with ratings over 90%.
- There are 42 different types of things to do inside in or near Quechee, Vermont. Some of the most popular types of these activities include: Distilleries, Art Gallery, Specialty Museums and Theaters.
- There are 3 indoor activities in Quechee, and 40 indoor attractions in nearby cities within 25 miles, including: Hanover, Woodstock, Ludlow and White River Junction.
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Fairlee, VT MoreLess Info
The large body of water named Lake Morey is one of the most popular sites in the area. It is considered to be home of the longest ice skating trail in the United States during the winter and offers fishing, boating, and swimming in the summer.
Visitors to Crowley Cheese can see the dairy product being made by hand in the landmark factory that was originally built in 1882. Within the factory gift shop, guests can also sample many Vermont foods and purchase local craft items.
There are a large number of prints that visitors can view at Normal Rockwell Museum that document the history of both Rockwell and 20th century America. Prints are available at the gift shop, which offers framing.
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.
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.
The gallery at DaVallia Art & Accents is focused on providing a display area for local artists of fine arts and crafts. There is also an adjoining store which features a way to purchase items along with jewelry and other accessories.
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15 Depot Street, Chester, VT 05143 MoreLess Info
The central revolving exhibit gallery of the Vermont Institute of Contemporary Arts is held in a facility of roughly 2000 square feet. The focus of the collection is centered around contemporary American art, but other pieces are occasionally displayed.