By: Leah Shoup

Billings Farm & Museum

Experience a fully operating dairy farm and learn about Vermont’s rural past. It's one of the best things to do with kids in Woodstock!

Make your way from the Green to Central Street.  Don't miss the Norman Williams Public Library or the Woodstock Inn.

Walk through downtown Woodstock

Pick up Vermont-made souvenirs from local boutiques, such as Clover Gift Shop or The Yankee Bookshop.

Shop in Woodstock Village

There are four main covered bridges nearby: Middle Covered Bridge, Taftsville Covered Bridge, Lincoln Covered Bridge, and Quechee Covered Bridge.

Admire the covered bridges

Sample Vermont maple syrup and cheese at Sugarbush Farm. Then, check out the short nature walk! 

Sugarbush Farm

Shop locally produced gourmet food and produce at the Woodstock Farmers' Market! We recommend trying the Moonlight in Vermont Sandwich!

Woodstock Farmers' Market

Discover “Vermont’s Little Grand Canyon” on this 2.7-mile easy trek is within Quechee State Park, featuring views of the Ottauquechee River and Quechee Gorge.

Quechee Gorge Trail

Experience the new forest canopy walk at VINS, where you can view the forest and the Ottauquechee River from above!

VINS Nature Center

This farm is one of the most popular places to take pictures in Woodstock, VT! Arrive early for the best lighting with the fewest crowds.

Sleepy Hollow Farm

Don't miss the opportunity to go antiquing at the Vermont Antique Mall in Quechee! It's the perfect activity for a rainy day n Woodstock.

Vermont Antique Mall