Ski resorts set the scene for the mountains around the town of Killington in winter, though venture to these parts outside of peak season and find also pleasant hiking trails, well-groomed golf greens and a handful of rural attractions.
Once numbering over 600, there are currently over 100 covered bridges in Vermont. This Museum explores the exciting history and origins of covered bridges. They didn't just span rivers. They were engineering marvels. They connected communities. They were meeting places and picnic areas. They are artists' subjects, and they are home to a variety of animals. Explore the exhibits on engineering, history, railroading, and nature, and use the kiosk to help you discover Vermont covered bridges.
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