2022 Vermont Group Tour Manual

Vermont Institute of Natural Science Quechee 149 Natures Wy., Quechee 802-359-5000 | info@vinsweb.org | vinsweb.org hawks, owls and falcons. Hike their interpretive nature trails through 47 acres. Shop the Nature Store and find many unusual gifts for that special someone. Group Policy and Rates: Any time of year, your library, tour bus, club, or organization may qualify for our discounted group rate. The size of a group qualifying for the discounted rate ranges from 10-90 people. Your admission includes access to all exhibits, trails, and a live animal program. Reservations requested. Adult: $13.50, Youth $11.50. Experience nature like never before. Visit the new Forest Canopy Walk, fun for people of all ages and levels of ability. This ADA-accessible walk gains elevation without using stairs because it follows the land's natural slop toward the Ottauquechee River. Enjoy a tree house, giant spider web 43 feet above the forest floor, educational interpretation and local artwork. Live bird programs daily, 17 state-of-the art enclosures with the largest collection of birds in the northeast including bald eagles, golden eagles, 115 State St., Montpelier Sergeant at Arms, Vermont State House 802-828-2228 | sgtatarms@leg.state.vt.us | statehouse.vermont.gov Vermont Tourism Network | 26 Vermont State House, Montpelier The Vermont General Assembly welcomes your tour group and invites t hem to view one of our nation's oldest and best-preserved state capitols. After 150 years, the Vermont State House still commands the landscape of Montpelier, t he smallest capital city in America. As your group tours the ha lls and chambers, we hope they wi ll develop a sense of what makes this historic building, and the state for which it was bu ilt, so unique. Dates ofOperation: Bus tour groups can be accommodated from June through October. Under t he Dome Gifts, a gift shop featuring Vermont crafts and products, is open from mid June through October. Group Policy: A donation of $2.00 per visitor is suggested. Guided tours are provided w it h advance notification, or visitors can self-guide w ith an audio tour accessible by cell phone. For reservations, contact t he Sergeant-at-Arms Office at 802-828-2228.