|What to See & Do in Woodstock VT|
|Historic houses, working farms, skiing, antiques, a geological wonder, and some good boutiques keep you busy in Woodstock, Vermont.|
A Walk in Woodstock
Here are some hints at how to take your first stroll and get your first look at Woodstock. More...
Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historic Park
The only national park in Vermont is centered on the grand red-brick Victorian mansion known as the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller House on the outskirts of Woodstock. The park has a 20-mile network of hiking trails. More...
One of the oldest, continuously operating Jersey dairy farms in the country is now a living, working museum of farm life and Vermont agricultural history—absolutely great for a family visit. More...
The Woodstock Historical Society's Dana House, in the center of Woodstock on Elm Street, is the town's museum of history, art, crafts and daily life. More...
The local natural wonde is this dramatic 165-foot-deep gorge. Below the highway bridge, the Ottauquechee River slips swiftly between boulders and jagged rock walls. More...
This modern working farm has spring maple sugaring operations, tastings of maple syrup and cheese, nature walks, farm tours and a wedding chapel. More...
Bridgewater Mill Mall
This restored red-brick riverside mill contains the workshops of Charles Shackleton, maker of handcrafted fine furniture, and potter and Miranda Thomas, maker of one-of-a-kind collectible ceramics, among many other shops. More...
Ski Suicide Six!
Woodstock has its own small ski area right on the outskirts, owned by the Woodstock Inn & Resort, which offers package plans of accommodation, meals and lift tickets. More...
Excursions from Woodstock
Woodstock can be your base for skiing at Killington or visits to Plymouth and other Central Vermont sights.
—by Tom Brosnahan