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Fleming Museum of Art

Opened in 1931 and set on the campus of the University of Vermont, the Fleming Museum of Art is always frequented by the student community who avail of the rich and vast resources available at hand. Historical art and anthropological artifacts have been carefully preserved and attract the attention of every visitor. They have a vast collection of art history from various civilizations from all around the world. If you are true art and history lover then a visit to the museum is a sure must for you.

Smugglers' Notch State Park

The Smugglers’ Notch State Park is located at an elevation of 2,119 feet (646 meters) and houses a narrow path called the Smugglers Notch Pass that goes through thousand-foot cliffs. The state park is named after this path which was used for smuggling from Canada during the early 1800s. Spend your time hiking the gorgeous trails, enjoying scenic views biking through the pass, or rock climbing. There are also lots of picnic spots where you can lay back and soak up the lovely atmosphere. Also if you haven’t had your fill of the gorgeous park in a day, Smugglers’ Notch also has lots of facilities for camping. If you are visiting this park during winter, activities you can indulge in include skiing and snowmobiling.

Gold Brook Covered Bridge

Surrounded by lissome trees and an atmosphere of quietude, this covered bridge from the 19th-century can be found in the tiny town of Stowe in Vermont. This bridge finds a place on the National Register of Historic Places, and is renowned as one of the few bridges in the state to be constructed from wooden Howe trusses. This however, isn’t its only unique element. Those familiar with legends surrounding the bridge also know it to be a key figure in an oft-told tale – that of Emily the ghost. While there are a number of versions, almost all involve Emily, a girl who was scorned by her lover and met her fate under this very bridge. Since then, people have reported unusual, paranormal incidents under the bridge that typically unfold in the dark of the night, all attributed to the specter of this mysterious historical figure.

Auto Toll Road

Wander through the quaint landscape of Stowe on the picturesque Auto Toll Road. This historic road offers dramatic glimpses of Mount Mansfield and the scintillating Lake Champlain as it snakes through the terrain of the picture-perfect natural beauty of Vermont. Drive your way through the curves and edges to reach a height of 3850 feet (1173.48 meters). Enjoy a romantic, leisurely picnic as you take in the spectacular vistas, soak in the region's charming atmosphere, and watch the world go by in this wonderful slice of heaven.

Moss Glen Falls

Moss Glen Falls is a picturesque little waterfall located just a short distance away from the charming village of Stowe. A scenic hike takes you through lush greenery and colorful foliage to reach the waterfall. Embrace the Great Outdoors of Vermont as you follow the beautiful trail and the soft murmur of the brook to reach the destination. Once at the site, you can explore its refreshing environs, have a picnic, and take some breathtaking photographs. It is advised to be careful of the slippery patches and loose debris on the trail.

Mount Mansfield

Featuring a towering peak and a ridge-line draped in the rare alpine tundra, Mount Mansfield has earned the reputation of being the tallest mountain in Vermont, elevating at about 4,395 feet (1,340 meters). The surrounding forests are tinged with vibrancy and color, and the vast variety of picturesque trails winding through the sloping inclines of Mansfield are exhilarating, albeit challenging. Skiing and hiking are some major activities which can be indulged in here. An interesting feature of the mountain is its resemblance to a human face when viewed from a distance, and striking cliffs hedge the northeastern section of Mansfield.

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