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Travelkatz will put together a Vermont Vacation Package custom tailored just for you. We handle all aspects of your trip so you can sit back, relax and enjoy. We provide two options for every state in the USA consisting of the state capital and the Natural Wonder. If you have any questions or concerns please don’t hesitate in contacting us.
The name of Vermont’s capital city was bestowed by Colonel Jacob Davis in 1781. Disdainful of the then-popular trend of naming a new settlement after the towns in the state in which one previously resided, Davis chose to name his new town after the French city of Montpelier. Davis wasn’t just bucking a trend, he was also concerned about the confusion that would arise if too many towns ended up sharing the same name.
Vermont State House: Vermont’s statehouse is stunning. The tour highlights all the beautiful spaces only in miniature to larger statehouses. The tour guide does a great job and makes sure to point out even the small details. You can park in front of the Capitol on the street, and walk to the State House, and other buildings of the government of Vermont. This would remind one of a Mayberry type town. Really a beautiful area in Vermont. Kudo’s to Vermont for keeping it simple and so quaint. A breath of fresh air. There are rolling tours that are not to be missed. Look for fossils in the flooring. The building inside and out is just lovely. If you are touring Montpelier the state house should be on the top of your list.
Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks: Make sure to watch the short movie. The patriarch has a dry, hilarious sense of humor. You will enjoy the tasting area and learn so much about maple. When you walk up the maple trail which isn’t very long but several different types of trees are labeled and you get to see just how hard and slow the process of making maple syrup is. This family is true Vermonters with a love of their craft, golden heart for their visitors and customers.
Camel’s Hump: This is a hike you do not want to miss. On a clear summer day, there is no other place to be to feel like you are on top of the world. Green trees and meadow for miles. You can see to Lake Champlain and the Adirondacks in the west to the Jay and Mount Washington in the North and the beautiful Green Mountain and White Mountain range in the east. Please plan your hike early in the day. Watching the sunset on top is a beautiful idea but you don’t want to trip and fall in the dark. It would turn a glorious day into a bummer!
Vermont Historical Society Museum: It’s a rather small museum, located on a single floor. But it is very informative, giving an excellent overview of the state of Vermont. One thing that is learned is that the state a century ago was mostly deforested with farmland or supporting a logging industry. Fortunately, the people of Vermont were determined to successfully restore most of the state to its former heavily forested past. One will come away with a great understanding of the history of Vermont, its culture, and its people.
Lost Nation Theater: Superior theater, I have never seen a bad production by this company! Highly Recommended. Located in an historic downtown building near some excellent restaurants treat yourself it’s worth it. Montpelier is regularly on the lists of “Best Small Cities” “Best Arts Towns” and “Best Places to Live” in America. When you are there at the theater please introduce yourselves.
T.W. Wood Art Gallery: The Wood is well-known locally for its extensive permanent collection of historic Vermont art. It is now in spiffy new quarters on Barre Street (in a refurbished building) and has rotating collections as well as regular special events. The building is now known as the Center for Arts and Learning.
Vermont Dept. of Tourism & Marketing: Desk personnel know Montpelier well and can expertly direct you to your destination. The information bookshelves and map racks are well organized and nicely stacked. Rooms are clean, well-lighted and bright. Service is swift and efficient. Overall a pleasant experience.
As you might guess, you are going to have to fly into Burlington, VT. As Montpelier does not have an airport of its own. It is just one stop but well worth it. Just give us a call and TravelKatz will get all the details made for your trip to Vermont’s capital city. Fall is a perfect time to see all the colors. Call 352-277-7300.
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VERMONT: Green Mountain National Forest
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