2022 Vermont Group Tour Manual

Special Experience: Watch Julian work in the outside sculpture studio. Group Policy and Rates: Reservations recommended. Ample parking and ground level for ease of access, with ADA bathroom facilities. 1354 VT Route 100, Stockbridge Lee Ann Isaacson 802-746-86110 | leeann.isaacson@gmail.com | stonerevival.com 74 Battell Dr., Weybridge 802-388-2011 | uvm.morgans@uvm.edu | uvm.edu/morgan Dates of Operation: Our tourism season runs May-October. Visitors may visit the farm between the hours of 9am and 4pm. Farm tours run 9am till 3pm on the hour, Monday-Saturday. Beginning in September, the farm will be open seven days a week. Group Policy and Rates: All groups must schedule in advance. 25 | Vermont Tourism Network Stone Revival Gallery & Gift Shop Pittsfield/Stockbridge The ideal Vermont Stopfor your Motorcoach Tour Located on the picturesque VT Route 100 byway with breathtaking views of the su rrounding mountains. Visit our sculpture garden, art studio and Gift Shop showcasing 18 Vermont artisans, fine art, ceramics, handmade jewelry, wood crafts, collectibles and more. The featured artist is M. Julian Isaacson, a Vermont native and master sculptor in marble and hardwoods. His sculpture carvings, custom tiles and fine art are showcased throughout. Located at the intersection of Route 100 and Route 107, a perfect stop on way to and from many popular group desti nations including Woodstock and Quechee, Montpelier and Waterbury. ~ I MORG1 ANRSHTORSEEFARM University of Vermont Morgan Horse Farm Weybridge/Middlebury Located in scenic Weybridge, just 2.5 miles from downtown Middlebury is a stately pastoral scene from a grandiose era gone-by. This working horse farm has been a breeding and tra ining facility fo r Morgan Horses since 1878. A former US Government Cavalry Remount Station, the fa rm has been under the University of Vermont's stewardship as since 1951. Continuing the original mission of perpetuating and preserving the Morgan horse, the farm is open to educate the public and students about the importance of Vermont's State Animal. Horse enthusiasts, history buffs and visitors ali ke will enjoy the scen ic countryside, guided tours, gift shop and visiting our 40+ registered Morgans whose origins com from a single sta llion "Figure" immortali zed by a life-size bronze statue on site. Come learn about America's first breed of horse, the Morgan.