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Small, easily navigable, pleasant, friendly: Burlington is a fine place to spend a day or two.



Whether you have a few hours or a few days, here's how to enjoy your trip to Burlington, Vermont:

Church Street Marketplace

Summer, winter, spring or fall, Church Street Marketplace is the heart of the city, with shade trees, benches, statuary, shops, restaurants, street musicians—always something going on. More...

Fleming Museum

The University of Vermont's excellent small museum holds over 20,000 works of art from around the world, spanning human history—a great lesson in how art and civilization developed. More...

Lake Champlain Ferries & Excursions

In summer, take the ferry across broad Lake Champlain to Port Kent NY (with or without a car)...then come right back. The voyage only takes an hour each way. Or see the lake by sailboat or motor cruiser, as you wish. More...

Shelburne Museum

One of the nation's foremost collections of Americana, in 37 historic buildings set on 45 acres, the Shelburne Museum on the southern outskirts of Burlington is reason enough for a visit to the city. More...

—by Tom Brosnahan

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Lake Champlain Excursion Boat, Burlington, Vermont

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