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July, February, January are very popular times to visit Vermont.
If you're looking for cheap vacations to Vermont, April is the best time to visit Vermont.
Prices for Vermont vacations can peak during October.
We have found April, December, November to be the least-crowded time of the year to visit Vermont.
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Vermont is among the most peaceful and laid-back states in New England. Festivals in Vermont celebrate the state’s natural beauty. The annual Stowe Winter Carnival hosts child-friendly activities, exciting winter sports events, as well as the exhibition of well-crafted ice sculptures. In Burlington, the annual Magic Hat Mardi Gras Parade and Party gathers 20,000 or more people who feast their eyes on more than 40 decorated floats, as well as food fairs. Guests on Vermont vacations enjoy the annual Flavors of the Valley, where farmers, restaurant owners, and other organizations display a wide range of local produce for tourists to taste in celebration of the state's agriculture.
The best time for Vermont vacations is during the fall. However, should you decide to go earlier than the first weeks of October, you should be able to get the taste of the beautiful fall foliage when driving through the mountains at Champlain Valley, without the busy crowd traffic.
The American Precision Museum in Windsor celebrates how the American industry had a provocative revolution, with antique machinery and artillery from the 19th century.
The Boyden Valley Winery in Cambridge is certainly a place for one to experience everything this rich vineyard in the heart of Vermont has to offer.
The Cornish Colony Museum found in Windsor features inspired works of art about the lives of 17th-18th century colonialists.
The Gifford Woods State Park features a view of the breathtaking Appalachian Trail, where one can just marvel the beauty or go on hiking trips.
The New England Maple Museum in Pittsford is a unique place to drop by, as it is the world’s largest maple syrup museum.
The Vermont History Museum located in Montpelier is dedicated entirely to the preservation of the pre-American history of this proud state.
The Vin’s Nature Center in Quechee features the display of magnificent birds of prey such as hawks, eagles, falcons, and owls, as well as nature trails and shops that will continuously amaze you.
The Wilson Castle is popular to visitors who wish to reminisce about the past and see the marvelous medieval-European architecture.
In Woodstock, one can visit the Billings Farm and Museum to explore how milk is gathered from cows and placed in cartons.
If you have a sweet tooth, go to Ben & Jerry’s ice cream factory.
The Bennington Museum and Grandma Moses Gallery will take you back in time to see beautiful antique paintings as well as memorabilia.
The Pangaea Restaurant is among the best places to eat, as guests get to design and even personalize an affordable yet delectable menu for every occasion.
In Shelburne, find yourself in the midst of the Vermont Teddy Bear Company, where you can watch the creation of handmade teddies.
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