- Our list of the best things to do in Brandon, Vermont, features the top 56 nearby activities — including 26 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Brandon, VT has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 10 things to do within the city of Brandon, VT , followed by 46 popular activities in nearby cities, including Middlebury, Killington, Rutland, Barnard, Proctor, Woodstock and Granville
As a part of the University of Vermont, Robert Hull Fleming Museum features a mix of contemporary and traditional artwork. The museum displays artwork ranging from Egyptian artifacts to paintings from the Dutch Golden Age.
Downtown Burlington's Waterfront Park provides waterfront access to the Burlington Bike Path and Lake Champlain, with a pedestrian boardwalk and benches for viewing sunsets over the lake. The park's festival site hosts an array of musical and community events throughout the year.
A spot for winter sports like skiing and snowboarding, Arrowhead Recreational Area offers varying slopes of difficulty for its visitors. The area also has interlacing trails that pass through pine groves.
88% 49 votes
Rte. 4A, Enfield, NH MoreLess Info
Located on a 200-year old site, the Enfield Shaker Museum preserves Shaker artifacts, tools and lifestyle, with guided tours available at the Great Stone dwelling – the largest Shaker building ever constructed. Enjoy exhibits, craft demonstrations and concerts, or explore the herb and flower gardens and groun…
99% 136 votes
71 Essex Way, Essex, VT 05452 MoreLess Info
Providing experienced and FAA licensed pilots, the Above Reality Inc. Hot Air Balloon Rides offers journeys in the skies above Vermont. Flights can be coupled with champagne, sparkling cider, Vermont fudge, and Cabot cheddar cheese.
77% 127 votes
Gold Brook Road, Stowe, VT MoreLess Info
Gold Brook Covered Bridge (Emily's Covered Bridge) is a favorite destination of those who love the nostalgia of a covered bridge and paranormal fans alike. Stories abound regarding the history of this peaceful, picturesque setting, visit today and discover for yourself.
Big Big on the Battenkill offers outdoor recreational activities including trout fly fishing, kayaking and tubing. They rent both tubes and kayaks with life jackets and if patrons have their own equipment, Battenkill provides drop off transportation for a fee.