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Billings Farm & Museum

Billings Farm & Museum

Explore this first-class working dairy farm, and get comfortable with its famous Jersey cows, sheep, work horses, and oxen through family-centered activities, events, and programs. Extensive farm life exhibits, farm house, audiovisual presentations, museum shop, dairy bar. May 1 - Oct. 31, daily, 10 - 5. Rte. 12 Woodstock.

  • (802) 457-2355
  • 5302 River Road
    Woodstock, VT

Chaffee Art Center

The Chaffee Art Center and now the new Chaffee Downtown are Rutland community resources providing Vermonters and guest to our state opportunities to learn about and experience the visual arts.. The Chaffee galleries feature exciting exhibits, classes, events. Please visit our website or on facebook for full listings. Gallery Hours: Tuesday Wednesday Thursday 11:00 - 6:00 p.m., Friday Saturday 11:30- 7:00 p.m., Sunday & Monday Closed (802) 775-0356 Chaffee Art Center 16 South Main Street Rutland, VT 05701 (closed until May 2013) Chaffee Downtown- new downtown location! 75 Merchants Row Rutland, VT 05701

  • (802) 775-0356
  • 16 South Main Street
    Rutland, VT 05701

Fire On the Mountain Glass

Visit this unique shop that specializes in hand blown glass. Browse through hand-crafted jewelry, vases, jars, etc. If you're lucky, you can even catch a glass blowing demonstrations! Call for shop hours and more details. Fire on the Mountain was awarded "Favorite Glass Shop of 2012" by Cider Magazine.

  • (802) 422-6022
  • 400 Summit Road
    Killington, VT

Flagship Cinemas

Located in the Downtown Rutland Shopping Plaza

  • (877) 789-6844
  • 143 Merchants Row
    Rutland, VT 05701

Green Mountain Body Art

Tattoo Shop - As Killington’s First and Only Tattoo and Body modification studio, we offer a unique experience with a bright, clean , innovative look , friendly environment ,and competitive prices . With our glass walled stations for an open feel and when there is a need for privacy we have electric blinds that close at a touch of a button. Our comfortable waiting area, with custom leather couches and plenty of reading material on our coffee tables for inspiration as well as being able to walk through a gallery of tattoo flash. When it comes to Tattooing we offer everything from custom designs , flash , big bright color , to black & grey and portraits or something as simple as lettering. We also offer Piercing , everything from ear lobes to Micro-Dermals and a wide selection of jewelry to choose from . We are also an exclusive Vermont retailer of HR NYC clothing and we carry custom Green Mountain Body Art shirts and hoodies. We are open 7 days a week from noon until the last client is satisfied. Green Mountain Body Art was awarded "Favorite Tattoo Studio of 2012" by Cider Magazine.

  • (802) 775-4658
  • 1967 Route 4
    Killington, VT 05751
Hathaway Farm & Corn Maze

Hathaway Farm & Corn Maze

If you like a CHALLENGE, like ADVENTURE & like the OUTDOORS then you definately need to come check out this year's "FOOD FOR THOUGHT" CORN MAZE at Hathaway Farm! Also visit the barn & farm store. Seasonal (July 31st & will run through October 31st)

  • (802) 775-2624
  • 741 Prospect Hill Road
    Rutland, VT 05701

Show Pricing

Farm Admission includes All Mazes, the Livestock Barn, weekend Hayrides & Farm Tours
Children (ages 4 to 11) $8
Adults (12 & older) $10
Seniors (over 65) $8
Youngsters (3 and under) FREE

Killington Arts Guild

The Killington Arts Guild, founded in 1998, is a creative community comprised of visual and performing artists, writers and poets, aspiring artists and art supporters. Our mission is to enhance and broaden the creative experience through ideation, personal expression, cultural collaboration, and community awareness. The Guild sponsors programs and workshops throughout the year to promote these goals. We offer free and open to the public one day / evening events. Multi-day workshops that carry a registration fee are also sponsored throughout the season conducted by creative experts in their fields. For a description and calendar of these events or to download workshop registration and Guild membership forms, visit our website. Comments and questions can be sent interactively via “Contact Us” page.

  • (802) 422-3824
  • 2363 Route 4
    Killington, VT 05751

Killington Arts Guild Art Gallery Upstairs at Cabin Fever Gifts

Find paintings, sculptures, photography and prints on exhibit and for sale in the Art Gallery located upstairs in Cabin Fever Gifts, 2363 Route 4, Killington directly across from the foot of the Killington Access Road. Gallery shows are listed on our web site via the calendar page. Gallery shows, some which include Featured Artist Exhibits, are held every two months. Members display their work on a rotating basis. An opening reception is held the first Saturday of each show for Guild members and the public. Guild members are accomplished artists from Killington and the surrounding region. Members create works in a broad scope of mediums and subject matter. They exhibit here and in galleries throughout Vermont and beyond; many are award winning artists.

  • (802) 422-3852
  • 2363 Route 4
    Killington, VT 05751

Killington Music Festival

Welcome to the 24th summer season of the Music in the Mountains Saturday Concert Series, where musicians of international renown are featured. These distinguished artists also spend the summer here teaching and mentoring young musicians who perform in the Young Artist Concert Series.

  • (802) 773-4003
  • 39 Center Street
    Rutland, VT

Liquid Art

Liquid Art is Killington’s first Art Gallery, Coffeehouse and Café. Liquid Art sells, local artwork, jewelry, books, specialty coffee, small breakfast items, snacks for lunch and a full bar for Happy Hour. They also host private parties. Liquid Art was awarded "Favorite Art Venue of 2012" by Cider Magazine.

  • (802) 422-2787
  • 37 Miller Brook Road
    Killington, VT 05751

Long Trail Brewing Company

Take the self-guided brewery tour and dine in the pub, which offers an array of delicious menu options. And of course, several of the recipes incorporate Long Trail Brews. The restaurant also takes part in the "Eat Smart Vermont" healthy restaurant program, with vegetarian options and other health conscious choices. Long Trail Brewing Company was awarded "Favorite Beer of 2012" by Cider Magazine.

  • (802) 672-5011
New England Maple Museum

New England Maple Museum

The story of maple sugaring in the world's largest maple museum. Antiques, paintings, slide show, folk art exhibits & maple syrup samples. The New England Maple Museum is conveniently located in the heart of Maple Country, nestled in the foothills of the Green Mountains, where Vermont's finest maple syrup is made. The museum offers a trip through over 200 years of maple sugaring history starting with the Native American discovery that maple sap cooked over an open fire produces a sweet syrup. FREE Vermont specialty food and syrup at the tasting counter. Open Daily Mid-March through December.

  • (802) 483-9414
  • 4578 US Route 7 North
    PIttsford, VT 05763

Show Pricing

May 18-Oct 31
Admission $2.50
Children under 12 $.75
Under 6 years Free

Off season rates 10-4 PM March 9-May 17 and November 1- December 23, 26-30.

Paramount Theater

The Paramount Theatre is an arts information, performing arts and live entertaiment destination in Downtown Rutland, Vermont.

  • (802) 775-0570
  • (802) 775-0903
  • 30 Center Street
    Rutland, VT

Pentangle Arts Council

Join Pentangle in celebrating the arts and culture in the center of Woodstock, Vermont, with theater, concerts, film festivals, dance and magic.

  • (802) 457-3981
  • 31 The Green
    Woodstock, VT
Plymouth Artisan Cheese

Plymouth Artisan Cheese

Handcrafted raw whole milk cheese, produced using one of America's oldest cheese recipes. Noted for its smooth texture and creamy taste, Plymouth is the second oldest cheese operation in the US. Our factory was founded in 1890 by John Coolidge, the father of President Calvin Coolidge. We are located 15 minutes from Killington on Rte100A at the Calvin Coolidge Historic Site in Plymouth Notch, VT. Please visit our historic factory, where visitors are encouraged to view Plymouth Cheese being made by hand. Our factory also features a museum dedicated to the history of Vermont cheesemaking. Our retail store sells cheese and handcrafted Vermont products. Cheeses and gifts are available on site and through mail order. For more information, please call 802-672-3650, or visit us online at

  • (802) 672-3650
  • 106 Messer Hill Road
    Plymouth, VT 05056
President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site

President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site

The Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site is considered one of the best preserved Presidential sites in the nation. In addition to the homestead, visitors may tour the Plymouth Cheese Factory - established by the President's father - and sample the granular curd cheese produced there. Other buildings open to the public include the Cilley General Store, the Post Office, the Wilder Restaurant (serving lunch), the church, several barns displaying farming tools of the era, the dance hall that served as the Summer White House, and the home where the future President was born. May 29 to October 17, 2020 Open daily, 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The site's office, located in the Aldrich House,is open weekdays year-round and has exhibits especially designed for winter visitors

  • (802) 672-3773
  • 3780 Route 100 A
    Plymouth, VT

Show Pricing

Adults - $7.50
Children 6 to 14 - $2.00
Under 6 - free
Family pass - $20.00

Groups of 15 or more, $6.50 each (reservation required)
802- 672-3773

Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS)

Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS)

The Vermont Institute of Natural Science Entices and Excites People to Care for the Natural World. VINS’ programs and services engage and instill in people of all backgrounds a desire to care for the wildlife and diverse natural habitats they encounter in their daily lives. We offer relevant environmental education programs for adults, families, and school children; partner with leading conservation organizations to promote environmental science field research; and operate New England’s premier avian wildlife rehabilitation clinic at the VINS Nature Center. Hours: April 16 - October 31 9am – 5:30pm November 1 - April 15 10am - 4pm Open seven days a week

  • (802) 359-5000
  • 6565 Woodstock Road
    Quechee, VT 05059

Show Pricing

Adults: $10.50
Seniors (65 plus): $9.50
Youth (4-17): $8.50
Children 3 and under: free
VINS members: free
$2 discount on non-program days
Daily Programs
11:00am & 3:30pm — Through the Eyes of Raptors
1:30pm — Raptors Up Close

Vermont Marble Exhibit

Visit the world's largest Marble Museum! They've got over 100 displays depicting the history of the Vermont marble industry! Enjoy a movie, Hall of Presidents, "Earth Alive" geology display room, calcium carbonate, everyday life, and Plaster and "Pointing" display. There's even a Marble Market, Custom Marble Work, Extensive gift shop and Wine Tasting. Why not learn to carve with the Artist in residence? Open seven days a week, 9:00-5:30, mid May-November. Adults $7.00, Seniors $5.00, Teens $4.00, 12 and under free. Tour groups welcome!

  • (802) 459-2300
  • 52 Main Street
    Proctor, VT

Weston Playhouse Theatre

The Weston Playhouse, a non-profit regional theatre dedicated to excellence in a unique Vermont setting, serves a community of artists and audiences through a broad spectrum of dramatic works and educational programs. Named "The most beautiful theatre in New England" by the Boston Globe, the Playhouse offers spacious seating in an intimate 300 seat air-conditioned auditorium.

  • (802) 824-5288
  • 703 Main Street
    Weston, VT

Wilson Castle

This architectural masterpiece was built in the middle of the 19th Century in the heart of the Green Mountains. The Castle stands as a monument to the heritage of the past. The Castle has been the home of five generations of the Wilson family. The residence of the 115 acre estate has three floors spaciously divided into 32 rooms. The interior features are highlighted with 84 stained-glass windows and 13 fireplaces finished with imported tiles and bronze. The Castle's furnishings include Far Eastern and European antiques and museum pieces, complemented by statuary, Chinese scrolls, and Oriental rugs. The various rooms with their distinctive features provide an elegant and richly gracious interior. On the grounds are cattle barns, stables, the carriage house, and the glass house. Open seasonally for tours: We have guided tours daily from late May until late October, seven days a week from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

  • (802) 773-3284
  • W Proctor Road
    Rutland, VT

Show Pricing

$9.00 per person