- Our list of the best things to do in Woodstock, Vermont, features the top 119 nearby activities — including 74 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Woodstock, 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 17 things to do within the city of Woodstock, VT , followed by 102 popular activities in nearby cities, including Windsor, Killington, Rutland, Quechee, Ludlow, Hanover, Norwich, White River Junction, Claremont, Chester, Plymouth, Cornish, Barnard, Enfield, Weston and Ascutney
Experience Mount Equinox, southern Vermont's highest peak, via the Skyline Drive, with picnic areas and lookouts along its 5.2 mile climb. At the summit, visit the Saint Bruno Scenic Viewing Centre, with information about the Carthusian Monks, whose only US monastery is located on the mountain.
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.
At an elevation of 3,848 feet, Mount Equinox is the highest peak in the Taconic Mountain Range. Visitors can learn a lot about the mountain and nearby Carthusian Monastery at the Saint Bruno Scenic Viewing Center.
A specialty shop offering jewellery, clothing, collectibles, and antiques, The Chalet Antiques Barn & Museum also houses the Alaskan museum, offering artifacts including a prehistoric Mastodon tooth for sale and viewing. Accommodations are available in the guest apartment.
Constructed in 1832, the Bath Covered Bridge is the 5th to stand on the current site. Built with a Burr Truss design, the bridge crosses the Amonoosuc River, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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Offerings canoe trips from their base Vermont location since 1983, the BattenKill Canoe Day Trips have become a popular attraction in the region. Their focus is on travel for small groups and families, but individual trips can be arranged as well.