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Burlington's walkable downtown, bike paths, farmers market, fabulous food coop, and proximity to nature earn it accolades as one of America's greenest and most livable cities. The city's ongoing Great Streets Initiative (www.greatstreetsbtv.com) aims to sustain that momentum, with wider sidewalks, enhanced green spaces and reduced pollution.

Burlington makes an attractive base for exploring the rest of northwestern Vermont. Two of Vermont's crown jewels, Shelburne Farms and the Shelburne Museum, lie just 15 minutes south, while Stowe and the Green Mountains are within an hour's drive.


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$90 Day Trips & Excursions

Burlington Brewery Tour with Lunch or Dinner

Get to know Burlington’s thriving beer scene on these guided daytime and evening brew tours. Learn about the equipment used to make beer, the brewing process and best of all, what the different kinds of beer taste like — up to 16 of them, in fact. On these brew tours, hop on the bus and travel to four unique beer establishments. Learn about the different types of beer as well as the history and specialty of each brewery. Stops may include Vermont Pub and Brewery, Magic Hat Brewing, Fiddle Head Brewing, Queen City Brewing, Switchback Brewing, Zero Gravity Brewing, or Three Needs Brewery and Tap Room.  Both the daytime and evening brewery tours features stops at various breweries, as well as a lunch or dinner pairing at a local Burlington establishment. Daytime tours include lunch at Folino's Pizza or Banyard, and evening tours include dinner at Nectars.  This brewery tour combines humor, history, education, and good food to help showcase Burlington's celebrated beers, breweries, and culture. Relax with comfortable transportation and explore Burlington's beer scene with the ultimate Vermont brewery experience!

$90.68 Day Trips & Excursions

Original Hamilton Beer Tours

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Shawn & Ed Brewing Co., Dundas, Hamilton, OntarioBehind the scenes tour and flight tastingDuration: 1 hourStop At: Grain & Grit Beer Co., Hamilton, OntarioFlight tastingDuration: 1 hourStop At: West Avenue Cider House, Hamilton, OntarioEnjoy a flight tasting of the amazing ciders Duration: 1 hourStop At: Nickel Brook Brewing Co, Burlington, OntarioEnjoy a flight tasting at this Burlinton BreweryDuration: 1 hour

$179 Kid Friendly

Scenic Vermont ATV Tour in the Northeast Kingdom.

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: N.E.K Adventures ATV and Snowmobile ToursAll AroundView profileMy businessTripsRecently viewedBookingsInboxMoreHelp CenterSettingsSign outThings to DoToursNEK Adventures ATV & Snowmobile ToursNEK Adventures ATV & Snowmobile Tours113 Reviews#1 of 15 things to do in Saint JohnsburyClosed Now: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PMBook In AdvanceNEK Adventures Snowmobile Tour ~ St Johnsbury Vermont's #1 Attraction4WD, ATV & OFF-ROAD TOURSFrom $175.00*More InfoPrices above are provided by partners for one person and may not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details. 152PhotosReviewsNearbyAboutN.E.K Adventures ATV and Snowmobile Tours offers scenic tours during the spring, summer, fall, and winter months on over 150+ miles of trail in the Northeast Kingdom. Our business is located in St. Johnsbury and our tours depart from 1763 Memorial...moreClosed NowHours Today: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PMSuggested duration: 2-3 hoursContact1763 Memorial Dr, Saint Johnsbury, VT 05819-8921WebsiteCallEmailRide there with UberUpdate your listingReviews (113)Visit Your Owner Management CenterExcellent 113Very good 0Average 0Poor 0Terrible 0Show reviews that mentionSearch reviewsFilterEnglish1 - 10 of 113 reviewsriamh_bristeWallingford, ConnecticutReviewed 1 week ago via mobileBest way to spend our FridayReview of: NEK Adventures Snowmobile Tour ~ St Johnsbury Vermont's #1 AttractionWe are staying at the Rabbit Hill Inn for a long weekend and we’re unsure what to do with our first day here. Typically when in Vermont we spend our days in Burlington or brewery hopping. We wanted to mix things up a bit. Leslie...MoreRespond Thank riamh_bristeSo-mejinxNew York City, New YorkReviewed 2 weeks ago via mobileWinter recess: Girls TripReview of: NEK Adventures Snowmobile Tour ~ St Johnsbury Vermont's #1 AttractionNEK provided us with the best experience!!!! Dallas, our guide was the best! This was our first time snowmobiling. NEK ensure that we enjoyed our time in the safest way possible. Dallas made sure to check-in with every rider during the excursion to make sure...MoreRespond 1 Thank So-mejinxRiiCiReviewed 2 weeks ago via mobileFirst time snow mobilingThis was our first adventure on snow Mobiles. We were visiting Vermont from LI, NY. I was nervous that I would not be able to do it but thank goodness I was wrong. After brief instructions we were off onto the trails in the mountains....MoreDate of experience: February 2019Respond Thank RiiCiView more reviewsQuestions & AnswersAsk a question247nickyvI have a 5 and 6 year old will they be able to ride on the snow mobile?December 25, 2017|AnswerResponse from Northeastkingdom1 | Property representative |Hello, The passengers minimum age is 6. Thank you for your question.Delete0VotesNearbySee all 2 nearby hotelsSee all 40 nearby restaurantsSee all 15 nearby attractionsRelated to items you viewedMount PisgahMount Pisgah37 ReviewsMountainsKingdom TrailsKingdom Trails90 ReviewsBike Tours, Hiking & Camping ToursMaple Grove Farms of VermontMaple Grove Farms of Vermont68 ReviewsFarmsBread and Puppet TheaterBread and Puppet Theater44 ReviewsSpecialty MuseumsFairbanks Museum and PlanetariumFairbanks Museum and Planetarium146 ReviewsSpecialty MuseumsD-N-D StablesD-N-D Stables15 ReviewsHorseback Riding Tours© 2019 TripAdvisor LLC All rights reserved.Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Site Map | How the site worksEXPLOREHelp CenterFull siteGET THE APPAndroid AppCURRENCY/REGION$USDUnited StatesN.E.K Adventures ATV and Snowmobile Tours offers scenic tours during the spring, summer, fall, and winter months on over 150+ miles of trail in the Northeast Kingdom. Our business is located in St. Johnsbury and our tours depart from 1763 Memorial Drive St. Johnsbury or 56 Royalston Corner Rd., Concord Vermont, depending on the season. Please be sure to check which location when booking. ATV tours run May to Mid-October and snow permitting Snowmobile tours run Dec. 15th to Mid-March. Call us today to book your tour! We currently offer only Snowmobile rentals. ATV rentals are not permitted in the state of Vermont ONLY guided ATV tours.Duration: 2 hours

$29.99 Tours & Sightseeing

Burlington Puzzling Adventure

• Choose your own start time and embark on your adventure. With your smartphone as your guide, go on a brain-teasing and educational walking tour of your chosen neighborhood. Visit a series of locations and answer the questions or solve puzzles to receive your next instruction.There is no need to race as quickly as possible from start to finish. Part of the fun is enjoying the sights, sounds, and tastes of the tour. Before heading to your next location, you’ll have time to eat, drink, enjoy the sights, and use the bathroom while the game clock is not running. You’re only timed on your travel and puzzles.At the end of your adventure, see your rank based on a combination of your answers to the questions and game clock time.

$120 Food, Wine & Nightlife

Stowe Brewery Tour

ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Rock Art Brewery, Morrisville, VermontRock Art Brewery was born in the mountains of Vermont, inspired by the spirit of Kokopelli, the Native American god of fertility known for bringing abundance and happiness, and uses the beers of the world as its guide. The brewery name symbolizes ancient petroglyphs, images that were etched in rock, and therefore, literally “Rock Art.” Kokopelli is one of those images, and many believed him to be a wandering flute player that brought music, harmony and good times to the people he visited. And that’s exactly what Rock Art aims to do with their craft beers, which we guarantee will be joy to your tastebuds, and you may even have visions of Kokopelli dancing in your head!Duration: 50 minutesStop At: Ten Bends Beer, Hyde Park, VermontMike Scarlata and Jason Powell, co-owners of Ten Bends Beer, are true Vermont natives. Their current Hyde Park location opened its doors in 2016 following the use of Jason’s workshop in Johnson, where they embraced frigid northern Vermont winters by home brewing and discovering their professional compatibility. The Lamoille River—a landmark near and dear to the hearts of locals— that bends ten times between the towns of Morrisville and Johnson, VT has become their new namesake. Ten Bends provides the public with five beers on tap on a regular basis with occasional bottle releases. Many of the beers brewed there today are takes on the original recipes created in Jason’s workshop, revealing that they are dedicated to their craft and work to incorporate the culture of their home into their brewery.Duration: 50 minutesStop At: von Trapp Brewing, Stowe, VermontDon’t quote us on this, but we’re pretty sure that “the hills are alive with the taste of craft beer” is how the song was originally written for the Sound of Music. (Let us have our fantasies.) Over a decade ago, Johannes von Trapp started toying with the idea of brewing his own beer for guests to add to the experience of his welcoming Stowe, Vermont resort. His dream was to produce an Americanized version of the tasty Lager he enjoyed over the years on his trips to the Austrian countryside near his ancestral home. A popular après-ski destination with delicious house-made food and brew, Trapp Brewery and it’s expansive beer hall is the perfect spot to relax after an exhilarating day on the slopes, hiking trails or as the last destination on the great Stowe Beer Tour!Duration: 50 minutes

$1799 Multi-day & Extended Tours

7-Day Food, Brews and Hiking Tour of New England

Day 1: Meet & greet in NYC in the morning with your new tour mates. We travel north to New York's Hudson Valley region. We take a group hike in the Mohonk Preserve with its dramatic cliffs and views. After our hike, we go to the Brooklyn Cider House to sample crisp, dry ciders and celebrate the bounty of this famous apple region. Late afternoon we will drive to Albany for the night. Day 2: Today we explore the rugged beauty of Vermont, stopping to sample the flavors of the state throughout the day. Driving along must-see Route 100, you will feel like you've entered a Norman Rockwell painting. Famous for its pastoral farmlands and agricultural bounty, we make multiple stops along the route at various cider mills, dairy farms, breweries and maple sugar shacks, exploring the flavours that make Vermont farm products so desirable. Some highlights include Long Trail Brewery, Cabot Creamery and Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Factory. The State of Vermont also has the most breweries per capita, giving us many options for exploring a variety of beer styles. We arrive in the university town of Burlington for the night and explore one of the best "beer cities" in the USA.Day 3: Free morning to further explore downtown Burlington with its car-free centre, interesting shops and cafes. In the afternoon we head to New Hampshire. In Franconia Notch State Park, we take a group hike before heading to Woodstock, NH for the evening.Day 4: We traverse the White Mountains of New Hampshire along the Kancamagus Highway; one of the most scenic drives in the U.S. Stops along the way for photographing the landscape and taking short hikes to enjoy the remote wilderness of the area. We continue on through the State of Maine, arriving in Bar Harbor for the evening.Day 5: We spend the entire day exploring Acadia National Park, visiting highlights of the park and a hike on Cadillac Mountain. In the evening, we return back to town for an optional Sunset Whale Watching Tour.Day 6: Taking the scenic coastal route, we stop in quaint villages and roadside clam shacks for lunch and Freeport, ME; headquarters of LL Bean. Free time to shop the outlets. We visit the colonial city of Portsmouth, NH to explore downtown and its famous breweries. Arriving in Boston, we dine in Cambridge with free time to explore the campus of Harvard University.Day 7: Free day to explore Boston. Walk the length of the Freedom Trail, taking in historical sites of the city. An opportunity to tour breweries, visit Fenway Park and the most known bar in Boston, Cheers! You guide will make tailored suggestions according to your interests.Day 8: Making our way back to New York, we make stops along coastal towns. We may stop at the beach for a swim in the Atlantic Ocean, artsy small coastal communities or a stop in the hip college town of Providence. We drive to the hotel in New York City for the end of the tour.