- Our list of the best things to do in Stratton Mountain, Vermont, features the top 94 nearby activities — including 45 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Stratton Mountain, VT has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 2 things to do within the city of Stratton Mountain, VT , followed by 92 popular activities in nearby cities, including Manchester, Wilmington, Bennington, Ludlow, Arlington, Brattleboro, Chester, Londonderry, Weston, Dover, Grafton, Rutland, South Londonderry, Bellows Falls, Jamaica and Putney
Including twelve museum houses constructed between 1730 and 1872, Deerfield Museums also include the Flynt Center for Early New England Life and the Memorial Libraries. Together, the museums house a huge collection of decorative art, antiques, clothing, and textiles.
96% 129 votes
1089 State Route 9, Queensbury, NY 12804 MoreLess Info
Designed in a fun and whimsical pirate theme, Pirates Cove Adventure Golf is fun for the whole family. The center features 18-holes of miniature golf, and hosts an annual charity event, Putting For Patriots.
Located within a 40,000 square-foot facility, Adventure Family Fun Center is an entertainment complex featuring a number of enjoyable and exciting attractions. Go-karts, laser tag, a 70-foot rock climbing wall, and a large game arcade are among the attractions offered.
To entertain the adventurous little ones in the family, Adventure Racing offers an exhaustive selection of activities. The park features go-kart racing for all ages, laser tag, bumper cars, an indoor arcade and paintball.
The Old Deerfield Pvma is short for the Pocumtuck Valley Memorial Association. It is a cultural and historical organization established in 1870. The association maintains a variety of galleries and museums, and hosts the Old Deerfield Craft Fairs.
75% 444 votes
Route 50, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 MoreLess Info
Opened for the first time in 1966, the Saratoga Performing Arts Center is formed by a large amphitheater and a small indoor theater. Among the most famous people to get on the stage, Sting and The Grateful Dead can be mentioned.