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Montshire Museum of Science
One Montshire Road
NorwichVT 05055
(802) 649-2200

Ages: 0 - 14+

This hands-on museum offers many exciting indoor exhibits that focus on the natural and physical sciences, ecology and technology. Step outside the museum to experience the many outdoor exhibits that teach children about the solar system, New England insects, birds and more. But not to missed are the water exhibits that are centered around the Rill, a 250-foot long watercourse where visitors can manipulate dams and sluices to chang...

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Montréal Biodôme
4777, avenue Pierre-De Coubertin
MontrealQB H1V 1B3
(514) 868-3000

Ages: 2 - 14+

The Biodôme is one of Montréal’s four Nature Museums along with the Botanical Garden, Insectarium and Planetarium. It is the only place in the world that represents four ecosystems from the Americas with widely different climates… under one roof!

The Biodôme isn’t a zoo, an aquarium or a botanical garden, but all these things combined. It brings together four ecosystems from the Americas, under one roof, each with a different climate:...

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Montshire Museum & King Arthur Cooking Classes for Kids
One Montshire Road
NorwichVT 05055
(802) 649-2200

Ages: 0 - 14+

Whether is a school break or summertime and you just need to head out of town for the day, why not pair a visit to the Montshire Museum with a kids' baking class at King Aurthur? They are only minutes apart in Norwich, VT.

Head to the Museum first - doors open at 10:00 am. The cooking classes usually begin at 1:00.

 

Montshire Museum of Science (approx 95 miles south of Burlington. Directions)

This is a great hands on museum with in...

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Auer Family Boathouse
3181 North Avenue
BurlingtonVT
(802) 862-9840

Ages: 0 and up

A quintesential family-owned and operated Vermont landmark since 1928. The brother/sister combo of Christine Hebert and Charlie Auer provide a comfortable, friendly place to visit and rest while on the lake or on the Burlington bike path. Stop in for some refeshments, snacks or ice cream bars for the kids. Bait/tackle are available as well as kayak and rowboat rentals. more»
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Water Slide World, Lake George, NY
4099 American Legion Dr
Lake GeorgeNY 12845
(518) 668-4407

Ages: 0 and up

Only two hours from Burlington, VT and one hour from Albany, NY, Water Slide World is a place for families with children of all ages. They even have slides for the thrill-seeking set. Unlike the Great Escape and other large amusement parks, this is a family-run park that does not charge extra for parking and they even allow coolers! It's clean and the staff is extraordinary.

  • Hurricane Harbor
  • Wave Pool
  • 2 Tasmanian Twister Slides
  • Blue...
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Billings Farm and Museum
Route 12 & River Road
WoodstockVT 05091
(802) 457-2355

Ages: 0 and up

In the barns, discover Vermont dairying- past and present -and learn about the development of the Billings Farm, still one of the best jersey farms in America. The horse barn, calf nursery, milk room, and dairy barn are stops along your self-guided tour. Attend a farm program - many are offered daily - and learn about dairying during the afternoon milking of the herd.

They offer Farm Programs for:

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Montreal Overnighter
MontrealQC H2Y 1Z3

Ages: 0 and up

Where to Stay

Hotel Nelligan - Perhaps this isn't what you think of when it comes to a typical kid-friendly hotel (sorry, no pool), but you can't beat the location when it comes to kid-friendly things to do. Located at the corner of Saint-Paul Street West in Old Town, it is walking distance to the Montreal Science Center. Moms and Dads will think they have gotten away too by staying in this 100 year old luxe hotel with its exposed br...

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Spend Some Time In Richmond
RichmondVT

Ages: 0 and up

Living in Vermont, sometimes we forget how lucky we are to have some of the greatest places to visit right in our own backyard. Take for instance Richmond. Each year visitors from all over the country flock to New England to see quaint little Vermont villages. But you can check out Mayberry whenever you want.

TOWN & COUNTRY

Richmond is a great place to spend the day as a family. Why not scout out some of the places that make the town...

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Vermont Farm Tours
BurlingtonVT 05401
(802) 922-7346

Ages: 8 - 14+

Vermont Farm Tours offers family-friendly trips exploring the story and flavor of Vermont's culinary landscape. Our unique adventures emphasize hands-on activities in a fun learning environment. Prices range from $30 to $95 per person. Kids and students are always 50% off! Tours span a variety of themes from Maple Sugaring to Cheese Making.

Tours Include:

  • An expert guide
  • Tastings and fun activities
  • Goodies to take home
  • Three cour...
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Village Creemee Stand
41 West Street
BristolVT 05443
(802) 453-6034

Ages: 0 - 14+

A yellow and white creemee stand that serves maple syrup sundaes. more»
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