- Our list of the best things to do in Rutland, Vermont, features the top 72 nearby activities — including 40 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Rutland, 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 13 things to do within the city of Rutland, VT , followed by 59 popular activities in nearby cities, including Woodstock, Killington, Ludlow, Brandon, Plymouth, Weston, Barnard, Proctor and Chester
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.
Plaza Skate Park features a 4,000 sq ft indoor year-round concrete park with marble and granite ledges, stairs and a bowl. Their skate shop carries equipment and apparel including boards, decks and shoes from many top brands.
Built in the middle of the 19th century, Wilson Castle stands as an architectural masterpiece and a well-preserved historic site. There are general tours of the site and the grounds held throughout the year along with special events like the Haunted Castle Tours that take place in October.
Killington's McLaughlin Falls are stunning waterfalls that provide visitors with remarkable natural views. The surrounding woods are particularly scenic in the fall. A hiking and biking trail takes visitors right up to the falls.
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.
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4763 Killington Rd, Killington, VT 5751 MoreLess Info
The Killington-Pico Adventure Center offers a range of all-ages activities including guided horseback rides, alpine slides, two climbing walls, mini golf and the Pico Power Jump -- a combination bungee and trampoline contraption. Open during the skiing off-season.
Killington Mountain contains several downhill ski trails at all skill levels, five base areas each with lift access, food court and restrooms, and Peak Lodge, a lounge, restaurant and event space located at the 4 100 ft level of the mountain's highest peak.
Killington Resort is the largest downhill ski and snowboarding resort in New England. Featuring 92 miles of terrain across seven mountain peaks, Killington offers an 18-hole golf course, hiking and mountain bike trails in the off-season. Non-ski options include a lift-service tube park, snowmobile tours, cross-…