Vermont may be a small state, but it has an incredible history and some of the most outstanding destinations in the country.

The 8 Best Places to Visit in Vermont

Lake Champlain.

Lake Champlain is a freshwater body that spans 435 square miles between Vermont, New York and Quebec.


Lemon Fair Sculpture Park.

Lemon Fair Sculpture Park is located in the town of Shoreham in western Vermont, on a mile-long, mowed path that features sculptures from more than 50 artists.


Willard Street Inn.

Built in 1881, this Victorian mansion-turned-B&B has all the classic New England style of a country mansion.



Nestled between the Green Mountains and the Taconic Range, Hildene is the Lincoln family home built by Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln’s son Robert.


Shelburne Museum.

Shelburne Museum is a one-of-a-kind art and Americana destination. The museum is home to a collection of buildings and 20,000 artifacts that span 45 acres.


Trapp Family Lodge.

The 96-room Trapp Family Lodge is a world-renowned four-season resort owned and operated by the von Trapp family that inspired "The Sound of Music."


Quechee Gorge.

The Quechee Gorge is Vermont’s deepest gorge, a major tourist attraction and one of the most spectacular places to see in all of New England.


The Town of Woodstock

Its charming shops, historic buildings, and quintessential New England architecture make it a must-visit.