From the rolling green mountains to the quaint villages with white steepled churches, Vermont embodies the idyllic New England countryside. In autumn, the Green Mountains erupt in a vibrant display of fall foliage colors. Maple syrup flows each spring in the state’s famous sugarhouses. Summertime brings hiking, swimming, and sailing on Lake Champlain. And snow blankets Vermont’s ski resorts each winter. With its local farms, craft breweries, and reputation for community and creativity, Vermont delivers an authentic taste of New England’s landscapes, people, and flavors.

Trapp Family Cemetery, Stowe, Vermont (Photo Credit: Wikipedia - Seasider53)

Honor a Musical Legacy at the von Trapp Family Cemetery

Nestled amidst the serene beauty of Stowe, Vermont, lies a place of quiet reflection and poignant history—the Trapp Family Cemetery.
Ice Cream at Ben & Jerry's Factory, Waterbury, Vermont (Photo Credit: Flickr - Qfamily)

Ice Cream Lover’s Can Tour Ben & Jerry’s Factory and the Iconic Flavor Graveyard

Visitors are warmly welcomed to the Ben & Jerry's Waterbury facility, the only Ben & Jerry's factory open to the public. This factory, established in 1985, serves as a hub where over 350,000 pints of their beloved ice cream are produced daily.

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