2019 Vermont Tourism Network Guide

– 1 – Your DMO resource for planning Vermont tours In partnership with Here are just a few ways this Tour Manual is designed to assist with your tour planning: • Listings separated by Regions: Vermont – North, Central and South • New Destinations welcoming groups in 2019 (page 4) • Centerfold map showing all destinations statewide (pages 44-45) • Table of Contents before each Region makes it easy to find a place of interest • Idea sheets – African American Heritage Trail, Culinary, Holiday Season and Day Trips Contact: Karen Ballard, Program Manager Vermont Tourism Network PO Box 37, Montpelier, VT 05601 802-262-2129 • kballard@vtchamber.com VERMONT TOURISM NETWORK Vermont is the perfect destination for all ages and interests. Take a look at your existing itineraries – add just one more attraction or destination to make it “new.” Let us help you develop new business with tours that reach out to a different market segment or niche interest group. VTN is YOUR RESOURCE; call for assistance! We welcome your groups! ese valuable resources are focused just to group travel and just for you! Prefer planning online? Find all of the destinations in this Tour Manual at: VermontTourismNetwork.com Plus photos, What’s New and more. Front Cover Photography Credits: • top photo: Round Barn at Shelburne Museum – see page 20 • far left photo: Birds of Vermont Museum, Huntington, VT • center left photo: Cabot Farmers’ Store, Waterbury, VT • center right photo: Zenbarn Restaurant, Waterbury, VT • right photo: Echo Lake Inn, Ludlow, VT