Woodstock Attractions & Activities
Billings Farm and Museum
#1 in Our List of Top Woodstock Attractions
This is a very nice place for animal lovers.
This is a working farm, museum, and historic site dedicated to agriculture.
This farm dates back to 1871 and celebrates Vermont’s rural heritage.
Marsh – Billings – Rockefeller National Historical Park
#2 in Our List of Top Woodstock Attractions
Hike over 22 miles of trails and horse and carriage roads in scenic Vermont woodlands.
Tour the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller mansion and gardens (open Memorial Day weekend through October 31).
This is a National Park, a small mountain and a historic site dedicated to conservation.
#3 in Our List of Top Woodstock Attractions
Great maple syrup which we serve at The Ardmore and wonderful cheddar cheese.
See how maple syrup is made!
This is a working Vermont farm open to visitors.
Free admission, free samples, great views and visit with real Vermont farmers!
#4 in Our List of Top Woodstock Attractions
An easy hike and available right from Woodstock village with wonderful views looking back over the Village of Woodstock from the summit. This is 1.5 hour walk/hike (round trip) and a great way to work off lunch or build up your appetite for dinner.
#5 in Our List of Top Woodstock Attractions
This is a wonderful smaller ski mountain and you can get in a great deal of skiing. One of its great advantages is that it is 5 minutes away from downtown Woodstock.
#6 in Our List of Top Woodstock Attractions
Nice river views and you can go for a swim or just a dip. This river runs right through Woodstock and we have 3 covered bridges that span it.
Woodstock Town Hall Theater
#7 in Our List of Top Woodstock Attractions
The home of Pentangle Council on the Arts and Woodstock’s Movie Theater, where you can enjoy Maple butter popcorn.
The Woodstock Town Hall Theater has seen continuous use since its construction in 1900 as the Woodstock Opera House.
Union Arena Community Center
#8 in Our List of Top Woodstock Attractions
This is a nice place for indoor ice skating.
However, other interesting and fun community event are also held there.
Woodstock Town Crier
#9 in Our List of Top Woodstock Attractions
An old New England tradition was the town crier. Today, you can view all the local activities by viewing this one downtown chalk board. Stop here and plan your day . . .
Woodstock History Center
#10 in Our List of Top Woodstock Attractions
This is an amazing small gem of a museum. Learn about the history of Woodstock.