“The State with a Storybook Past” has so much to offer sightseers it is hard to know where to start. Whether your milieu is 360-degree aerial views, underwater explorations, National Historic Registry sights, or relaxing countryside rides through covered bridges, Vermont has it all. See the Green Mountain State like never before with our handy guide to the top 6 sightseeing tours in Vermont, and start your adventure today.
By now you know, Vermont leads the nation in microbreweries per capita. You can’t go far in the state without seeing a brewery, so come peel back the hoppy layers of this behind-the-scenes look 15 Vermont breweries. So, if you love beer and sightseeing don’t miss out.
There is no doubt that the harbor town of Burlington is immersed in natural beauty. Set on the waterfront of historic Lake Champlain, Vermont’s Queen City emits a glow of elegance. But if you really want to see her, it has got to be from the water. So come aboard a traditional gaff-rig sailing sloop and see the sights, like Odzihozo, the Native American god-creator of the lake, or maybe even catch a glimpse of Champ.
If you want to see the waterways of New England, from Boston to Nova Scotia, there is only one outfit that can get you there for one, all-inclusive price. Champlain tours offer day tours, multi-day adventures, and custom tours. What’s more, they will beat any published tour price by five percent, guaranteed.
If you want to see Vermont in style and get some R&R inside an authentic English-style castle, you have got to contact Chris Donnelly and Sugar Tours, Inc. Get three night’s deluxe accommodations, dinners, and breakfasts at Castle Hill Resort and Spa. Plus, see Vermont’s State Capitol building, a granite quarry, a Morgan Horse Farm, a Marble Exhibit, and more with Sugar Tour’s Vermont Green Mountain Tour.
Opened in 1988, you will find professional diving instruction, gear, adventure, and more with WDC. With a bent on proper education, you will explore Vermont on this incredible underwater journey. Whether it's diving into the history of Vermont’s Underwater Preserve shipwrecks, swimming up the St. Lawrence River, or exploring Willoughby Lake, this tour is one you’ll not soon forget.
Appalachian Trail Adventures provides daily guided hikes about the forests and wilderness of Vermont. Explore the oldest long distance hiking trail in the country, the Appalachian Trail, and its Vermont section, the Long Trail. But if you want to dive deeper into the heart of Vermont, APA offers all-inclusive vacation packages, accommodations, spa services, and excursions into quaint “hidden away” villages as well.