2022 Vermont Group Tour Manual

FEATURED DESTINATIONS PHOTO COURTES OF: TRAPP FAMILY LODGE Each region in Vermont offers distinct experiences. No matter how many times you visit, there’s always a new side of Vermont for your group to discover. Big city amenities, world-class outdoor activities, arts and history combined with a rural landscape for a four-season destination. We recommend contacting destinations for current hours of operation and group policies. 13 | Vermont Tourism Network Dates of Operation: May—October, open by appointment November to April. 900 Sherman Hollow Rd., Huntington 802-434-2167 | birdsofvermont.org | museum@birdsofvermont.org Birds of Vermont Museum Huntington Natural history meets art at this one-of-a-kind Vermont treasure. Visit loons and 500 more life-like woodcarvings of Vermont birds in typical habitats. Almost all Vermont species are on display...and they won't fly away. Some non-Vermont birds delight the eye as well. See and hear wild birds though a one-way viewing window or from our accessible Tree House. Explore 100 acres of rural Vermont on our walking trails, discover new Vermont artists, enjoy a bird-friendly garden, and observe a wood carving demonstration. Take advantage of our quiet location to learn new bird songs, browse our gift shop for the perfect nature-related memento, or attend one of our many programs for children and adults. Special experiences: Carving demonstration; bird/nature related lecture; Beginning Birding drawing program; nature walk; tea or coffee in the Tree House.