Top things to do in Middlebury

Top Choice Pizza in Middlebury

American Flatbread

In a cavernous marble-block building with a bustling bar and blazing fire that keeps things cozy in winter, this is one of Middlebury's most beloved eateries. The menu revolves around farm-fresh salads and custom-ma…
Top Choice Waterfall in Middlebury

Otter Creek Falls

The village of Middlebury grew up around the broad falls of Otter Creek, whose roaring waters provided power for a number of 19th-century mills. For gorgeous views, head down to the pedestrian bridge at the foot of …
Bakery in Middlebury

Middlebury Bagel & Deli

Since 1979, the Rubright family has been showing up at 4am daily to bake some of New England's finest doughnuts and bagels. Skiers on their way to the slopes, workers en route to the job site and professors headed f…
Brewery in Middlebury

Woodchuck Cider House

North America's largest cidery (producer of hard cider) offers pints, cider cocktails, bar snacks and tastes (four for $3) at its state-of-the-art production facility 2 miles north of Middlebury. The rotating lineup…
Brewery in Middlebury

Otter Creek Brewing

One of New England's best breweries, Otter Creek Brewing makes fine craft beers, from year-round favorites like Berner IPA to seasonal brews like Oktoberfest and Drip Drop Coffee Stout. At the company's brewpub, OCB…
Cocktail Bar in Middlebury

Stonecutter Spirits

Free samples of Stonecutters' heritage cask whiskey and single barrel gin are the top draw at this Middlebury-based distillery, but it's worth sticking around for their creative cocktails ($11) and a game or two of …
Teahouse in Middlebury

Stone Leaf Teahouse

A wonderful spot for a midafternoon break, this peaceful oasis in MIddlebury's historic Marble Works is run by tea-connoisseur John Wetzel, who direct imports fine teas from China, Japan, India, Nepal and Taiwan, an…
Bakery in Middlebury

Otter Creek Bakery

This bakery with outdoor seating is popular for takeout pastries, strong coffee and creative sandwiches. Traveling with a pooch? It'll lick your face if you buy it a Twisted Puppy Biscuit.
Museum in Middlebury

Henry Sheldon Museum

This 1829 Federal-style brick mansion-turned-museum owes its existence to Henry Sheldon, a town clerk, church organist, storekeeper and avid collector of 19th-century Vermontiana. His collection runs the gamut from …
Farm in Middlebury

University of Vermont Morgan Horse Farm

See registered Morgan horses and tour their stables at this farm 3 miles north of Middlebury. Known for their strength, agility, endurance and longevity, and named after Justin Morgan, who brought his thoroughbred A…