Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park
Billings Farm & Museum
A mile north of Woodstock's village green, this historic farm founded by 19th-century railroad magnate Frederick Billings delights...
Nordic Adventure Center
Just south of town, this outfit rents skiing and snowshoeing equipment and has 30km of groomed touring trails, including one that takes...
VINS Nature Center
This science center near Quechee houses two dozen species of raptors, ranging from the tiny, 3oz saw-whet owl to the mighty bald eagle....
Prince & the Pauper
Woodstock's elegant New American bistro serves a sublime three-course fixed-price menu, including appetizer, salad and main courses such...
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Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park information
Built around the historic home of early American conservationist George Perkins Marsh, Vermont's only national park examines the relationship between land stewardship and environmental conservation. The estate's 20 miles of trails and carriage roads are free for exploring on foot, cross-country skis or snowshoes. There's an admission fee to the mansion itself, where tours are offered every 30 minutes.