About Woodstock, VT
Woodstock is a Currier & Ives print come to life. Well-maintained Federal-style houses surround the tree-lined village green, which is not far from a covered bridge. The town owes much of its pristine appearance to the Rockefeller family's interest in historic preservation and land conservation and to native George Perkins Marsh, a congressman, diplomat, and conservationist who wrote the pioneering book Man and Nature (1864) about humanity's use and abuse of the land. Only busy U.S. 4 detracts from the town's quaintness.
Copyright © 2017 by Fodor's Travel, a division of Random House, LLC. All rights reserved.
Things You Can't Miss
Woodstock is quintessential New England: white picket fences, gardens and a square flanked by Federal, Georgian and Greek Revival mansions.
Though the trees are tapped and the sap is boiled in the spring, you can sample pure maple syrup and smoked cheeses anytime at this family-run farm.
Mira / Alamy
View the vast collection of Hudson River School paintings, then hike through towering sugar maples and hemlocks on this conservation-minded estate.
Brad Mitchell / Alamy
Remember when buying a plane ticket didn't include a bunch of extra airline fees? Follow our tips on avoiding the most ridiculous charges.
Enjoy fresh produce, cheeses, prepared dishes and killer desserts. But those in the know say it’s all about the fabulously inventive sandwiches.
Albert Knapp / Alamy
Our handy guide will help you book a cruise without breaking the bank.
When packing for your trip, don't overpack. Light travel is much more enjoyable. These travel tips help eliminate items you don't need to keep your luggage in check.
Savings on British Airways and more
Shared Trips to this Destination
|Trips||Places Of Interest|