287 S. Main St.
Saint Albans, VT 05478
Phone: (802) 524-5956
Fax: (802) 524-5956x131
Nestled amidst towering mountains and Lake Champlain, St. Albans offers splendid landscapes to explore and revel in. Well-maintained parks, historic churches and homes, the city museum, and the friendly eateries, all of these provide a glimpse of the city's history and local flavor. And the warmth offered by the locals initiates travelers toe easily blend into the city culture.
Colchester is one of the largest communities of Vermont .Situated on Malletts Bay at the edge of Lake Champlain, Colchester offers many aquatic adventures including fishing and boating.
Popularly known as the heart of downtown Plattsburgh, the First Presbyterian Historic Church is a historic structure. Following a Sunday worship every week and also conducting a fellowship and Sunday Class for people of all ages the church offers a great worship experience and also learning new things about the Lord, the church and the Bible.
Accredited to the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Saint Michael's College is among the finest liberal arts college in the country which is spread across 440 acres in the scenic town of Colchester. The college was founded in the year 1904 and offers degree and post-graduate programs in approximately 30 fields of study. These fields of study include Administration and Management, Clinical Psychology, Journalism and Mass Communication, Theology and streams of Science and Management. The college also offers extensive education with emphasis on overall development of students. The college campus is divided into the main campus area and the north campus, with majority of hostels and other educational centers situated inside the main campus. As a venue for a number of cultural activities, the college is the main sponsor for the state's classical music festival, the Vermont Mozart Festival. Call or visit their website for more details.
The earliest record of a place of worship on this site was in 1861. However the current Winooski United Methodist Church or the Methodist Episcopal Church of Winooski was built in 1918. Its Carpenter Gothic style or Late Gothic Revival architecture with its blue green facade and stained glass windows are quite striking. It was registered to the National Register of Historic Places in 2001. It regularly hosts traditional Sunday services.
Largest city in the state of Vermont, historic Burlington was built along the shores of Lake Champlain, and is believed to be named after Richard Boyle. This city offers its people a fleet of cultural activity to choose from like the Vermont Brewers Festival, Giant Pumpkin Regatta and Festival of Fools. Dragon boat races held at the lake are an absolute delight to watch, and so are the events organized by Burlington's very own drag troupe.
Cruise to the panoramic Lake Champlain in the Spirit of Ethan Allen III that has a seating capacity for 424 guests. It is the largest cruise ship in Vermont and is equipped with three air-conditioned dining decks, a bar and an effervescent atmosphere that is bound to make your hour-long cruise into a memorable experience. The ship operates from May to October and offers its banquet facilities for family events. Call for more information.
The Spirit of Ethan Allen III organizes different narrated tours and events on the majestic Spirit of Ethan Allen III. The company also arranges facilities for hosting the most memorable celebrations on-board.
Picturesquely located close to the beach, the Oakledge Park is a beautiful expanse. Relax, enjoy a swim, take out your bike or set up a barbecue- this place has lots to offer! Get away from the busy city life and spend some quality time with family or friends.