2019 Vermont Tourism Network Guide

– 41 – Visit VermontTourismNetwork.com for more information about Vermont and these businesses. CENTRAL VERMONT AttrActiOn New England Maple Museum and Gift Shop Pittsford/Rutland NEW EXPERIENCES! HISTORY AND FOOD – The “King Kong” replica of a century-old sugar house is the scene for a journey through Vermont’s famous maple industry - From its early beginning to present day refinement; sugaring artifacts, murals and displays. The capstone tour is the Sap-to- Syrup video and a visit to the sampling room to try specialty foods and pure Vermont Maple syrup. Named a “Top 10 Food Museum” by Food and Wine and Saveur magazines. Enjoy a fun photo-op with the world’s largest Maple Syrup jug. Take a stroll across our very own covered bridge leading to a private pond with picnic tables. The Gift Shop showcases a wide variety of gifts, Vermont souvenirs, unique jewelry, scarves, pottery, candles and locally made products including Vermont and New England specialty foods, handmade crafts from Vermont artisans and pure Vermont Maple syrups and maple candies. Located on US Rte 7, just eight miles north of Rutland on way to and frommany of Vermont’s attractions. Dates of Operation: Flexible dates and hours for Tours with appointment. Mid May to late December – Open 10:00 am-4:00 pm. Other times of the year please contact us or visit our website for information. Group Policy and Rates: Visit us for shopping anytime! Shipping available. Museum and tasting, $1.50 per person, driver and escort complimentary plus gift. Reservations recommended. Ample parking and restroom facilities. Contact: Michael Blanchard, New England Maple Museum, 4578 Rte. 7, Pittsford, VT 05763 • 802-483-9414 newenglandmaplemuseum@comcast.net • 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, year-round Group Policy and Rates: Tour groups always welcome. Reservations required mid September – October. Pricing for tour group visits: Vans 8-11 passengers – $25.00 per van; Mini-bus, 12-21 passengers – $45.00 per mini-bus; Motorcoaches, 22+ passengers- $80.00 per motorcoach. Sugar-on-snow 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) 242-2740 – (802) 223-2740 – Fax (802) 223-7450 • glee@morsefarm.com – www.morsefarm.com 

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