2019 Vermont Tourism Network Guide

– 13 – Visit VermontTourismNetwork.com for more information about Vermont and these businesses. V e rmont’s thriving downtowns and historic villages are ęlled with history, culture and social events that oěer visitors and residents places to shop in historic buildings, dine along vibrant streets, and gather in charming village greens. From world-class restaurants serving fresh farm to table food, craft beer and wine that receive international accolades to casual dining, you’ll ęnd an endless selection of delicious meals prepared by top chefs with local ingredients. Each Vermont community oěers a unique shopping experience with locally-owned retail businesses displaying Vermont made products from artisans and producers to antiques, sporting goods, clothing and unique specialty products. The cultural and social vibrancy of Vermont downtowns and villages comes to life throughout the year with music, theater, dance, craft, art, history, and seasonal events. THERE ARE MANY WONDERFUL COMMUNITIES TO VISIT THROUGHOUT VERMONT AND HERE ARE JUST A FEW: BURLINGTON • NEWPORT • ST. ALBANS • ST. JOHNSBURY STOWE • WINOOSKI BARRE • BRANDON • BRISTOL • MIDDLEBURY • MONTPELIER POULTNEY • RANDOLPH • RUTLAND • VERGENNES • WATERBURY WHITE RIVER JUNCTION • WOODSTOCK BELLOWS FALLS • BENNINGTON • BRATTLEBORO • MANCHESTER SPRINGFIELD • WILMINGTON • WINDSOR