Burlington, Vermont

Sitting on the shore of Lake Champlain, Burlington is a town that possesses a vast amount of natural beauty. If you enjoy being on the water and water-related activities, then this is the place for you. Interested in taking a tour of the lake? You'll have plenty of options available to to you when choosing your boat tour, everything from dinner cruises to a shorter sail on the water. And like most of the cities in this region, Burlington is a city for the arts. The community offers multiple venues for appreciating and creating art. Culture and nature, what more could you ask for?

Food for Thought

  • Hen of the Wood – An elevated form of American cuisine, Hen of the Wood is a delightful, visually- appealing spot that is perfect for a date night, or just a night out with friends. This particular restaurant prides themselves on offering food that is locally sourced— as well as delicious. The menu changes daily based on what is available in the community.
  • Handy’s Lunch – For a far more casual option that is great for breakfast and lunch, give Handy’s a try. Locals swear by this eatery, with regulars that are forever loyal. So, if you need to grab a quick bite before a shift or you’re on your lunch break then you’ll find that Handy’s is a gem.

Must See

  • Robert Hull Fleming Museum – This venue has been a popular spot since it’s opening in 1931, and has always been a great experience for museum lovers of any kind. The Fleming has a rotating list of fascinating exhibits that are sure to interest anyone with an affinity for culture—art and history in one beautiful building.