Everything you want to see or do in Vermont is right here in Manchester and the surrounding communities. Manchester is the perfect destination for your visit to Vermont.
Teaching and Demonstrating the benefits of innovative, sustainable management of forest and farmland.
Six Weeks of Top Equestrian Competition in Summer's Most Beautiful Home: The Green Mountains
Join us August 10-13, 2017 and shop the streets of Manchester!
Bromley is home to 3 marvelous adventures which create the premier destination for families in Vermont for summer activities. Your family will find an all day adventure for everyone!
On hot summer days the sight of dozens of families jumping, swimming, and basking in the sun around this massive 60-foot-deep swimming hole makes it one of the most wholesome and picturesque recreational spots in the region
From easy rides down gravel roads, to spine-tingling excitement on mountain descents!
Here in the beautiful Green Mountains of Manchester, Vermont, you will find a warm and soothing environment to enjoy your favorite beauty service.
Sweeten up your pancakes and satisfy your sweet tooth during Vermont's maple sugar season. Sample sugary snacks at any of Vermont's sugar houses during the Open House Weekend Vermont
The Golf Club at Equinox combines a dramatic blend of past and present in one of the most picturesque mountain settings in the country.
The Southern Vermont Arts Center is a not-for-profit organization primarily dedicated to providing arts, in all aspects, and arts education to the community.
Spend an afternoon with the family ice skating on Manchester's own Olympic sized skating rink!
Bringing together the world's leading yoga teachers, top musical acts, and thrilling performances for a weekend of ecstatic celebration.
Enjoy bold, innovative and authentic theater that engages a diverse, multi-generational community at the Dorset Theater Festival
Grab a cappuccino at the Spiral Press Cafe and spend the afternoon getting lost in the bookshelves of the Northshire Bookstore in Manchester!
Enjoy the ride to the top of southern Vermont's highest peak!
THe Drysdale Tennis School is your quintessential New England tennis camp at Stratton Mountain
Whether this is your first time off-road or you have advanced experience, lessen courses provide elements and terrain that will increase your knowledge and ability off-road
Discover All Things Manchester!
A one-of-a-kind institution housing the largest collection of fly-fishing artifacts in the world, including the tackle of many famous Americans.
Our local service is an editors' choice for "Yankee Travel Magazine." Get off the beaten path & discover the Shires of Vermont in an 8-passenger tour vehicle.
Bromley Mountain has 43 classic New England trails and glades with a variety of terrain that is seldom seen elsewhere. It is perfect for skiers & riders of all ability levels.
Let our trained guides who have 5 to 20 years of riding experience show you the beauty of snowmobiling in the Green Mountain National Forest.
This historic home of Robert Todd Lincoln is set on 412 preserved acres of gardens, trails, woods and farm, as is open for visitors year-round for a variety of events and activities.
Horses for Hire offers mountain trail and sleigh rides, and is in close proximity to Manchester and the surrounding mountains, Stratton, Bromley & Magic Mountain Ski areas.
Manchester Hot Glass is a glass blowing studio & gallery open daily to the public. Visitors are welcome to watch as our artists create remarkable colored works in glass.
All aboard the most whimsical holiday event of the season, the Elf Express!
Hike, bike, or drive up Mount Equinox for a day of family adventure and spectacular views.
Enjoy magnificent scenery while hiking, biking, skiing or snowshoeing .
Ski and snowboard at New England's premier resort.
Visit this beautiful 20-acre lake with public beach, boat rentals, and campground,
One of the most beautiful waterfalls in Vermont.
Spend a day at the Orvis fly-fishing school and learn how to fly fish.
Paddle for the day or sign-up for a longer tour of the famous Battenkill River.