Woodstock Inn & Resort
Described as "The Prettiest Small Town in America” by Ladies Home Journal magazine, Woodstock represents the quintessential Vermont experience. Visitors can delight in the bustling downtown area with its intimate cafes, hidden side streets, and the lush rolling countryside and farmland that surround it.
Visit some of Woodstock’s most celebrated cultural attractions:
Woodstock Town Hall Theatre
Woodstock Town Hall Theatre has seen continuous use since its construction in 1900 as the Woodstock Opera House, and is now under the stewardship of Pentangle Arts Council. Featuring a beautiful neoclassical proscenium design with 390 seats, a raked floor, and outstanding natural acoustics, the Theatre is busy over 250 days per year with a diverse selection of first-run movies and live events including music, theatre, dance, film, exhibitions, and participatory classes and workshops.
Billings Farm & Museum
Explore one of the finest operating dairy farms in America and a museum of Vermont's rural past and heritage. Billings Farm features many aspects of farm work, including care of the Jersey cows and other livestock, milking of the herd, crop rotation, and feed production.
Vermont Cheese Trail
Visit and explore the Vermont cheesemakers who produce over 150 varieties of award-winning artisan and farmstead cheeses. Many farms have visting and tour hours, and a retail store.
Hopkins Center for the Arts
The Hopkins Center, designed by Wallace Harrison, the architect of Lincoln Center and the United Nations Building in New York City, has served as the cultural hub of the Dartmouth College campus in Hanover, New Hampshire, since it first opened in November 1962. In 1988, the “Hop” was named by the National Endowment for the Arts as one of the nation’s exemplary performing arts centers. Featuring performing arts, film, and fine art exhibits.
Mount Tom State Reservation
Mt. Tom boasts an unparalleled view of the Connecticut Valley north and south, the Berkshire mountains to the west and the Pelham hills to the east. This 2,161 acre facility offers 22 miles of hiking and walking trails; picnicking; fishing on Lake Bray; and cross country skiing and ice skating in the winter. Mt. Tom also offers a children's play area.
The Ottauquechee River is a 41.4-mile-long river in eastern Vermont in the United States. It is a tributary of the Connecticut River, which flows to Long Island Sound.