Montreal Day Trip Wednesday, 8:00 am - 6:30 pm This walking tour is a great way to spend a day in one of Canada’s more vibrant and interesting cities! Leave the driving and parking to us as you explore the Old French Quarter, the Waterfront, the Montreal Casino, underground shopping and other points of interest. Maps, information and transfers throughout the city provided. Please contact TREASURES after booking your Montreal trip so our child care staff can accommodate your needs. $112 per person. Under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Advance registration required, minimum 10 passengers for tour to run. Extended childcare is available.
Private tours can be arranged for parties of 10 or more. Call ahead or inquire at the Guest Service Desk when you're here.
U.S. and Canadian citizens 19 years and older who enter the U.S. at land and sea ports of entry from within the Western Hemisphere will need to present government-issued enhanced license or a passport. Children age 18 and under will be able to enter with proof of citizenship. Verbal claims of citizenship and identity alone will not be sufficient to establish identity and citizenship for entry into the United States.
U.S. resident aliens will also need a Green Card.
All other foreign country residents will need their valid passport with I94 document. If you are crossing the American/Canadian border and do not have your I94 document with you, you will need your valid passport and a visa. There will be a nominal fee to prepare the I94 documentation for you.
Taste of Vermont Tour Wednesday, 9:00 am Join us on a journey to some of Vermont’s outstanding producers. We will begin the day with a visit to Vermont Artisan Coffee & Tea Co., to tour the roasting facility where their fine boutique coffee is crafted. Other stops along the way include Cabot Annex, Danforth Pewter and Champlain Chocolates. And then we wind our way to Emily’s Bridge: a haunting tale of love and tragedy. From there we drive through the scenic Stowe Hollow before arriving in the village of Stowe. While in the village we experience how gourmet sweets are made at Laughing Moon Chocolates, followed by a leisurely stroll around town on your own. Of course, we can’t end without stopping by Idletyme Brewery to tour the brewery and sample a flight of their offerings.
Specific trip stops and destinations may vary seasonally.
$59 per person. Tours meet at the Tennis Center. Under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Advance registration required, minimum 4 passengers.
E-bike Adventure Tour Wednesday & Friday, 10:00 am - 2:00 pm Using a local Ride Guide enjoy a self-guided adventure on the scenic, car free Lamoille Valley Rail Trail from the seat of an electric bike! Traveling between four quaint Vermont villages, the LVRT spans 17 miles of working farm landscape, sweeping fields of flowers, beautiful wild river plain, and breathtaking mountainous scenery. Lamoille Valley Bike Tour’s pedal-assist electric bikes make the ride smooth, easier and allows you to breeze down the trail with plenty of energy to explore the villages, shops, restaurants and breweries on and around the rail trail, take a dip in a local swimming hole or picnic in any of the picturesque locations right on the trail. Ages 12 and older. Reserve 24 hrs. in advance. $55 per person. Meet at Lamoille Valley Bike Tour’s mobile trailside location at the Old Mill Park - 661 Railroad Street, Johnson VT.
Historical Walking Tour of Stowe Village Thursday & Saturday 11:00 am - 12:30 pm & 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm Join us for a 1-1/2 hour walking tour of the history and charm of Historic Stowe Village. We’ll stroll around the village experiencing the architectural styles favored in New England during the 18th and 19th centuries. And of course stories and accounts of the persons who’ve given Stowe its rich and colorful story.Some of the sites you might visit include the Old Yard Cemetery, Red School, Stowe Historical Society, Green Mountain Inn, & the Community Church. Since this is an outside walking tour, please note that we could end up walking 1 1/2 to 1 3/4 miles. The tour will go rain or shine, so please be prepared with the proper clothing, sunscreen, hats, and water.
$20 per person. Meets at the Stowe Area Association: 51 Main St, Stowe, VT 05672. Please arrive at least 15-minutes before the start of the tour. Advance sign-up required, space is limited.
E-bike Teahouse Tour Thursday, 11:30 am - 3:00 pm Take a self-guided electric bike tour on the scenic Lamoille Valley Rail Trail from Morrisville to Johnson, VT. Follow a picturesque route through the village and up to the maple lined Plot Road which includes stunning views of Vermont’s Green Mountains. Your route brings you to Fledermaus Teahouse, a uniquely beautiful European-styled barn café located in the hills of rural Johnson. Enjoy a walk through the onsite herb gardens, a tea or coffee among the shaded wooded scenery of their outdoor accommodations or sit inside the quaint teahouse surrounded by the heavy timbers of a hand-crafted carriage barn. This tour includes an E-bike rental along with a beverage and dessert of your choice! Guests are free to enjoy additional food at your own expense. Finish off this unique tour by returning to the rail trail and sailing back to Morrisville on your E-bike! Ages 12 & over. Reserve 24 hrs. in advance. $65 per person. Advance registration required.Meet at Lamoille Valley Rail Trail's mobile trailside location at Oxbow Park - 275 Portland Street, Morrisville VT.
Covered Bridge Tour Friday, 10:00 am Vermont boasts the largest number of covered bridges per square mile in the U.S. We’ll take you to the picturesque bridges with all their own unique stories and designs. $59 per person. Tours meet at the Tennis Center. Under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Advance registration required, minimum 4 passengers.
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