Northeast Kingdom Attractions
Stay and Play in the heart of the Kingdom! Our 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, FULLY furnished apartment is located on the golf course, and discounted golf at our 6000 yard par 70 course is included with your rental!
Why? “Because art is food…”, reads the Why Cheap Art manifesto. Cheap Art ranges in price from 5 cents to 50 dollars. Anyone can participate!
Clyde River Recreation offers river trips and rentals of kayaks, canoes, and small boats in Northern Vermont. We are be open 8:00 AM till Dark- 7 days a week including Holidays.
Home of the Pierce House Museum on Water Street in Barton. There are photographs and artifacts from Barton’s industries and schools in an 1820s house. There is also a model of 200-year old Barton Mill Hill, the “Brick Kingdom” factory site. Activities include summer exhibits.
Formed in 1990 as an outgrowth of Glover’s Bicentennial in 1983, the Glover Historical Society is committed to preserving our heritage. The organization gathers historical documents and texts and then publishes numerous books for the public. The artifacts and information are housed in a museum above the town clerk next to the library.
Rapidly becoming known as a “local destination”, Labour of Love offers more than the typical small nursery; display gardens, tours, gift and craft shop, 30 varieties of homemade jams and jellies (from local fruits), handwoven articles of apparel and for the home. Open year-round.
Tucked inside the northern corner of Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom, The Lake Willoughby Golf Course is located two miles from Lake Willoughby at the top of beautiful Hinton Hill.
The Orleans County Historical Society is located off Route 58 north of Orleans in Brownington, VT. Open May 15 to October 15, Wednesday through Sunday 11:00-5:00.
This is an old-time agricultural county fair with entertainment and fun for the entire family.
Come play on our nicely manicured 18 hole golf course or just stop by to socialize with family & friends at the The Tee Off Restaurant/Lounge.
Book hayrides in the summer and sleigh rides in the winter, and take in the stunning views of the Willoughby Gap and Burke Mountain.