2020 Vermont Tourism Network Guide

– 41 – Visit VermontTourismNetwork.com for more information about Vermont and these businesses. CENTRAL VERMONT ATTRACTION New EnglandMaple Museum and Vermont Artisan Gift Shop and Specialty Food Pittsford/Rutland The New England Maple Museum is located on Route 7 just north of Rutland in Pittsford, Vermont. Our museum brings visitors on a centurieslong journey through maple sugaring from the early beginnings of Native American time through present day. Our newly renovated gift shop is filled with maple syrup (made by our maple farm in Lincoln, Vermont) and all maple products, Vermont Artisan crafts and specialty foods, and souvenirs. We offer samplings of maple syrup and other Vermontmade food. Enjoy a picnic beside our lovely pond, feed the fish and take in the beauty of Vermont. Take a selfie with the world’s largest jug of Vermont maple syrup! Dates of Operation: Open 7 days a week from 9:005:00. Please check our website or call us at 8024839414 if you need further information. Group Policy and Rates: We welcome tours by advanced reservation. Motor coach, 22+ passengers – $100. Plenty of parking and public restrooms. Contact: Rhonda Gadhue or Laura Goodrich, New England Maple Museum, 4578 Route 7, Pittsford, Vermont 05763 • Phone: 8024839414 • Email: newenglandmaplemuseum@comcast.net or visit us on the web at: www.maplemuseum.com  ATTRACTION Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks Montpelier 200 Years of Maple Experience! Morse FarmMaple Sugarworks is only 2.7 miles from downtown Montpelier . The Morse family’s eight generation maple experience is shown via colorful video and live presentations in the farm’s Woodshed Theatre and Sugarhouse. An outdoor museum includes an antique replica of the Vermont State House. A gentle maple trail leads right to the trees where it all begins. Visitors delight in Burr Morse’s soft sculpture and tree elves. Vermont specialty foods, produce in season, and a full array of craft and gift items. Selections can be mailed or carried out. Allow 1 hour for this unique stop. Dates of Operation: Open 7 days, yearround Group Policy and Rates: Tour groups always welcome. Reservations required mid September – October. Pricing for tour group visits: Vans 811 passengers – $25.00 per van; Minibus, 1221 passengers – $45.00 per minibus; Motorcoaches, 22+ passengers – $80.00 per motorcoach. Sugaronsnow available at $5.97 pp (+ tax), maple creemees $2.25 pp (+ tax), drivers and escorts complimentary. Contact: Morse Farm (Main Street) 1168 County Road, Montpelier, VT 05602 • Outside VT (800) 2422740 – (802) 2232740 – Fax (802) 2237450 • glee@morsefarm.com – www.morsefarm.com 