- Historic Farm Life
Start your day bright and early with a step back in time on a New England farm. Billings Farm & Museum gives you an opportunity to learn more about life on a farm in days gone by. Each day is a little different. There are activities and demonstrations, including churning butter, milking cows, a learning kitchen and exhibits.
- More than a Walk in the Park
After filling your morning with a fun packed farm adventure enjoy a peaceful stroll on miles of carriage trails at Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park that adjoins the parking lot of Billings Farm. Here you can hike, snowshoe, tour the mansion and even join a Daily Ranger Program. If you really feel adventurous, take a hike up Mt Tom Peak located in this national park. This is a small peak, standing at 1357 feet, and has a multitude of hiking trails. You won’t forget the beautiful view at the top!
- Dine Downtown
Next, stop for lunch on Woodstock’s Main Street and visit the many quaint shops and art galleries.
- Covered Bridge Photo Op
After lunch head on out to Taftsville Covered Bridge for your quintessential New England covered bridge photos. Here you can stroll the back roads and relax listening to the sounds of the Ottauquechee River.
- Finish with Something Sweet
Hem your day in with a visit to Sugar Bush Farms. A three-generation farm famous for its excellent waxed cheeses and pure maple syrup. Tour the sugarhouse to see how maple syrup is made, make friends with the animals, enjoy samples and find something from the gift shop to remember your journey to Woodstock, VT.
Restaurants in Woodstock, VT
The Prince and Pauper
Cambodian Fusion Restaurant
Craft Beer and Farm-to-Kitchen Spot
Farm-to-Table Dining Fridays and Saturdays (by Reservation)