Things to Do in Stowe, VT

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15.0 Miles
90% 166 votes
Winery/Vineyard junction of Rtes. 15 and 104, Cambridge, VT MoreLess Info
Tours of the tank and barrel room of the Boyden Valley Winery are offered daily as are tours of the grapevines and maple trees. Tastings are offered on all days that the winery is open, and the price includes six different types of wine.
15.2 Miles
88% 514 votes
Farms & Ranches 1168 County Road, Montpelier, VT 5602 MoreLess Info
The Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks is a family-run maple syrup operation including free tours and tastings, nature trail, country store and outdoor museum on Vermont farm life. The maplewood Woodshed Theater offers a film about the family's maple process.
15.5 Miles
100% 28 votes
Historic Buildings Bridge Street, Richmond, VT MoreLess Info
The National Historic Site of the Round Church is a fascinating example of unique church architecture of the 1800s. Composed of 16 sides to make the round shape, the church is one of the best preserved round meeting houses in the United States.
15.7 Miles
85% 52 votes
National & State Parks Winter Street, Montpelier, VT MoreLess Info
Hubbard Park contains several hiking trails, leading to a tower at the park's highest point, with views of the surrounding area. A variety of natural habitats populate the park, along with picnic areas and pavilions.
15.9 Miles
50% 16 votes
Movie Theaters State Street, Montpelier, VT MoreLess Info
A first-run theatre featuring five screens, the Capitol Theater combines the architecture and style of an old-fashioned small town cinema with modern amenities like digital screens, Dolby surround sound and 3-D.
15.9 Miles
94% 49 votes
Horseback Riding 992 Pollander Rd, Jeffersonville, VT 05464 MoreLess Info
Year-long horseback riding activities are offered by the Lajoie Stables which is one of Vermont's largest horse stables. Standard horseback riding trails are available along with sleigh rides during the winter and special pony rides for children.
15.9 Miles
67% 9 votes


Statues Montpelier, VT MoreLess Info
A Montpelier landmark, the statue of the Roman goddess Ceres sits atop the Capitol building, looking over the surrounding city. The statue is also known as Agriculture, as Ceres was the goddess of agriculture in mythology.
15.9 Miles
83% 6 votes
History Museums State Street, Montpelier, VT MoreLess Info
The Pavilion Building features a museum on the street level operated by the Vermont Historical Society. The building offers a variety of displays, exhibits, and educational programs centering on genealogy and Vermont history.
16.0 Miles
87% 60 votes
History Museums 109 State Street, Montpelier, VT 5633 MoreLess Info
The Vermont Historical Society Museum's core exhibit illustrates Vermont history from 1600 to the present, and contains a life-sized Abenaki wigwam, recreation tavern, a railway station and a World War II living room.
16.1 Miles
98% 57 votes
National & State Parks Montpelier, VT MoreLess Info
Camel's Hump is a state park offering several trails at different hiking difficulties, with lookouts leading to scenic views from the cone shaped summit that gives the mountain its name.
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