515 Canal St.
Brattleboro, VT 05301
Phone: (802) 254-2360
Fax: (802) 251-0910
515 Canal St., Brattleboro, VT, US, 05301
- Phone: (802) 254-2360
- Fax: (802) 251-0910
The Robb Farm is a working dairy farm and operates year round in all weather conditions. Enjoy the scenic Vermont landscape from the back of a horse-drawn wagon or sleigh. Each 35 minute ride meanders through the fields and into the woods. The country store offers the Robb Family's pure maple syrup as well as a variety of other handcrafted Vermont items.
The Northfield Center Cemetery is a historic burial ground in Northfield. The long road that leads to this cemetery is line with trees, and the verdant surroundings makes it a serene place for reflection. In 2004, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The park has open lawn areas, woods, and Mt. Olga rising to the east where there is an old fire tower with spectacular views. Two camping loops consist of 23 tent/trailer sites and 11 lean-to sites. One rest room with showers is located in each loop. There are a play area and a picnic pavilion for large groups. A hiking trail starts from the park and goes up to the Mt. Olga fire tower.
Featuring diary farm and education center dedicated to promoting local agriculture and natural resources.
The North River Winery, Vermont's first bonded winery, is located in the picturesque foothills of Windham County, situated along the North River - a popular trout fishing stream - in the small village of Jacksonville. It is located in a historic farmhouse and barn. They offer tours and wine tastings. They also operate Ottauquechee Valley Winery in nearby Quechee. It is filled with Vermont made wines, Cabot specialty cheeses, gourmet olive oils, an eclectic selection of wine related items, and offers wine tastings.
A working sixth-generation farm offering the public seasonal activities such as Vermont sleigh rides, afternoon teas, knitting circles and spinning bees, plus agricultural interactive experiences for the whole family. Milk a goat, explore bear caves, and more.
Features more than 3,400 books. The center makes available the facts of the holocaust in an effort to promote understanding, compassion, and tolerance.
The Greenfield Public Library is open on Mondays 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., Tuesday 9:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Wednesday through Friday until 5:00 p.m., and 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Saturdays.
Take six year-old Bobby and Uncle Joe on these five to ten mile-boat trips suitable for younger rafters and adults interested in an easy to difficult whitewater experience. Splash your way down the gentle curves of the dappled tree-lined Deerfield River trying a first-time rafting journey, with opportunities for swimming and savoring tasty riverside morsels or a cookout prepared by your guide.
Located at a place that features a picturesque beauty, with historic trails, foothills, seasonal recreational activities, and the natural beauty that surrounds the place is the Shelburne Falls. This historic village features beautiful Bridges of Flowers, soda fountain, coffee shop, trolley museum, restaurants, bookstores, newstands, grocery stores, etc. The trolley bridge is a bridge located over the Deerfield River which is maintained by the Shelburne Falls Women's Club that features a floral display from the months of April through October. It also includes artisit' galleries and also the second largest bowling alley of the country.
A derelict bridge from the early 20th Century has been transformed into a scenic one known as, Bridge of Flowers. Located in the heart of Shelburne Falls, connecting Water Street in the east to State Street in the west over the Deerfield River, this structure was once used as a trolley bridge. After it went into disuse in 1927, management of the bridge was taken over by the Shelburne Falls Women’s Club and work on the improvement of the bridge began in 1929. In 1983, a restoration project gave this bridge a more beautiful look. From April to October, the bridge is covered in a variety of flowers, ranging across Dahlias, Crocosmia, Daylillies, Echinaceas, Mystic Illusion and many more, that makes it a vibrant chrome-filled attraction.
Located in Fitzwilliam is the Rhododendron State Park that is spread over the Little Monadnock Mountain covering an area of approximately 2723 acres (1101.96 hectares). Out of this vast land, the park is replete with Rhododendron maximum, the native blooms that are enlisted as a National Natural Landmark. Apart from the rhododendron, there are cranberries, wintergreen, heathers and many other shrubs that are at full bloom in mid-July. Open to public for picnics and hiking, most of the areas within the park are pet-friendly.