Skiing — 1 3/4 hours to Stowe, 30 minutes to Mad River Glen, and 45 minutes to Sugarbush
Museums — 20 minutes to Shelburne Museum and 15 minutes Sheldon Museum.
Attractions — 15 minutes to Vermont Teddy Bear Factory, 1 1/4 hours to Ben & Jerrys Ice Cream Factory (Waterbury), 40 minutes to Fort Ticonderoga and 20 minutes to Shelburne Farms.
Distances — 10 minutes to Basin Harbor Club and Lake Champlain, 15 minutes to Middlebury, 30 minutes to Burlington, 20 minutes to the Green Mountains and walking distance to fine restaurants and antique shops.
Restaurants — 3 Squares Cafe • 221 Main Street Wonderful food and great ambiance. A relaxed place to have coffee, eat and/or hold a meeting.
Black Sheep Bistro • 253 Main Street Black Sheep Bistro is one of the local favorites for an evening meal. Their menu has been prepared with fresh, local ingredients and inspired by traditional French flavors. To reserve – 802-877-9991
Vergennes Laundry • Bars • 247 Main Street Vergennes Laundry is a nationally recognized wood-fired bakery and espresso and wine bar.
Bar Antidote • 35C Green Street Antidote is an unexpected, welcoming restaurant and cocktail lounge.
The Vergennes Opera House • Arts and Entertainment • 120 Main St. Beautifully restored Opera House that hosts wonderful events all year round. Some of the best sound you will ever hear! Bill regularly performs there! Book an event!
Lake Champlain Maritime Museum • Sightseeing • 4472 Basin Harbor Road. A unique non-profit museum dedicated to preserving and sharing the history of Lake Champlain. Visit their website if you wish! http://www.lcmm.org/
Morgan Horse Farm • Sightseeing • 74 Battell Drive. The UVM Morgan Horse Farm is dedicated to the preservation and improvement of the Morgan Horse through breeding and selection.
Rokeby Museum • Sightseeing • 4334 Route 7. Rokeby is an 18th-century house in Ferrisburg, Vermont. Rokeby was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1997
Mt Philo • Sightseeing • Mt. Philo State Park in Charlotte, Vermont, at the summit, stunning panoramic views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains.
Daily Chocolate • Stores • 7 Green St. They work hard to create luscious and delightful chocolates every day. The chocolates are all made in small batches, hand cut and dipped. Made from organic ingredients as much as possible.
Linda’s Apparel & Gifts • Stores • 175 Main St. At Linda’s you’ll find an inviting space where you will be greeted by a very friendly and helpful sales staff You will find baby gifts, mens’ and womens’ clothes, jewelry and more.
MALABAR • Stores • 235 Main St. Visit their store to be inspired by their classic, beautiful jewelry and well designed goods. www.malabarshop.com