One thing Burlington certainly has no shortage of is great breweries! Not sure what to do on a cold and windy fall day? Pop into one of the more than 10 local breweries. Not only is it a great way to learn more about the brewing process, but many have delicious menus to accompany their great beer.
CHECK OUT THE FOLIAGE
There’s no denying that Vermont has some of the most vibrant foliage in the whole country. There are plenty of hiking trails in the area that are sure to delight the senses with the amazing views. Try Red Rocks Park in South Burlington if you are looking for a short and easy hike. Looking for a longer expedition? Just 45 minutes from Burlington is Camel’s Hump located in Waterbury. Camels Hump offers a variety of trails with sprawling views.
APPLE PICKING AT SHELBURNE ORCHARDS
Looking for something to do on a sunny day? Head over to Shelburne and check out the Shelburne Orchard. Their apple cider donuts are made fresh every morning. It’s sure to be a great time for the whole family.
Looking for a Halloween appropriate adventure? Take the Queen City Ghostwalk! Learn about the spooky history of this great city on an hour-long walking tour. With four different tour options, including an early bird tour that takes place in the mornings, it’s sure to bring a chill to your spine.
SPEND THE DAY AT THE SHELBURNE MUSEUM
Maybe spooky isn’t your thing, but you still want to learn more about this region's history. Well, Shelburne Museum is sure to satisfy. Spread between 39 buildings, 20 gardens, and a shipwreck, there is something for everyone. This season’s exhibitions range from impressionist paintings to circus posters, and just about everything in between.
HANGOUT ON CHURCH STREET AND GRAB SOME DELICIOUS FOOD
Trying to find somewhere great to eat? Look no further than Church Street, Burlington’s open-air market. Church St. offers more than 100 places to shop and dine. Come down at night and check out the beautiful lights that glow above head year round. As an added bonus, public wi-fi is available on all four blocks of Church Street.
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