Where to shop Discover a shopper’s paradise
Shop for daily essentials, specialty gear, and uniquely Vermont gifts in Woodstock’s pedestrian-friendly village and surrounding area. You’ll find small, locally-owned markets and eclectic, independent retail stores that carry a large variety of household staples, boutique items, and hard-to-find goods for anyone on your list...
From the Blog COVID-19 guide: How to shop safely in Woodstock
As of May 18, 2020, retail shops were given the green light to open up again! In this updated version of our quarantine shopping guide, you'll discover which village stores have flung open their doors and are ready to admit mask-wearing customers...
Ready for something new and unique? We invite your gently enjoyed household furnishings here at Ellaway's Attic Consignment
With an extensive network of winter trails throughout Mount Peg and Mount Tom, the Tubbs Snowshoes & Fischer Nordic Adventure Center offers more than 30 km of groomed trails for skate and classic cross-country skiing.
Perched atop the falls of the Ottauquechee River, overlooking a covered bridge, our flagship in Quechee also offers glassblowing demonstrations, a renowned restaurant, and bar.
Since 1886 Gillingham's has represented the finest in Vermont Maple Syrup & Maple Products, Vermont Cheddar & Gourmet Foods,Housewares Hardware, Sporting & Fishing Supplies, Clothing, Classic Toys & the Finest Wines & Beers from Vermont and around the world!
Watch master glassblowers and potters at work before you shop for the finished product in our retail store. An extensive assortment of second-quality glass and pottery is available alongside first-quality merchandise. Visit our neighbors in Artisans Park.
Enter the gateway to Vermont's rural heritage at this dairy farm and museum of Vermont's rural past. See farm work firsthand including the afternoon milking. Farm life exhibits, the 1890 Farmhouse, and daily programs showcase this model farm.
The birthplace and boyhood home of Calvin Coolidge, the 30th President of the United States; born on July 4, 1872.
The Vermont Wood Manufacturers Association represents primary and secondary wood product companies & related businesses statewide. Member companies produce wood furniture, bowls, lumber, toys, carvings, flooring, windows, doors and much more.
The Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) is a nonprofit, member-supported, environmental education, research and avian rehabilitation organization headquartered at the VINS Nature Center in Quechee, Vermont.