The factory's daily 30-minute guided tour gives visitors a peek into Ben and Jerry's history and how their ice cream is made. For even bigger fans, the factory also offers an immersive Flavor Fanatic Experience, where participants can step into a Ben and Jerry's kitchen and help whip up a batch of ice cream before going to the Scoop Shop to try the finished product.
The Bragg family has produced Pure Vermont Maple Syrup here for 8 generations! Visits include a free guided tour of the maple farm and petting zoo. The Maple Ice Cream Parlor and Gift Shop offers specialty maple products, crafts, and gifts.
Visit to see apple cider being made the old-fashioned way - with a press built in the 1920s, and sample Cold Hollow's legendary cider donuts. During the summer months, you can also see honeybees up close in action,and buy fresh cider, baked goods, and honey at the bakery.
Comprehensive and informative museum tracing Vermont history in a historical building right next to the State Capitol. Admission fee gives access to both the museum and the Vermont History Center in Barre.
Visitors come to the State House to walk the beautiful grounds, see the classic architecture, and learn about Vermont's history. Both self-guided audio tours and volunteer-led tours are available free of charge. Note: volunteer-led tours only available Monday-Saturday.
Ziemke Glassblowing Studio features and sells glass artist Glenn Ziemke's gallery of work. In the observation room, visitors can also observe Glenn and his assistant create each unique piece one at a time.