Indoor Fun in the Dead of a Vermont Winter

It’s the dead of winter, and you simply can’t face another snow covered slope or icy wind in your face. So what to do for fun? After all, you do live in (or are planning to visit) Vermont, so what are the choices? Luckily there are tons of indoor activities to cover all interests and tastes.king arthur flour

  • King Arthur Flour– Considered by many to be the country’s premier baking resource, visitors to King Arthur Flour’s Vermont campus in Norwich can take a class, watch the baker’s work, or enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner or just a pastry and coffee in their fun café. Explore the store stocked with everything a baker could want, or participate in events geared to the baker in all of us.
  • Ethan Allen’s Homestead and Museum– Maybe you know this, but then again, maybe you don’t. Ethan Allen is considered the founder of Vermont. A revolutionary war hero, Allen was one of the colony’s most colorful and controversial personalities. Learn about him and his wife Fanny, who together built their fine farmhouse in 1787 just a bit south of Burlington.
  • Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium– This institution was founded in 1889 and features the natural history of the area in an historic Victorian building. Located in St Johnsbury, the museum is open every day from 9am to 5pm.