Leave Island Pond and head south to St. Johnsbury along Vermont Rte 114. Begin your day in St. Johnsbury, VT.

Stop #1 The Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium; St. Johnsbury – New England’s premier museum of natural history and Vermont’s only planetarium.

Stop #2 St. Johnsbury Athenaeum, St. Johnsbury – A National Historic Landmark, the Athenaeum has served as a center of culture and learning since 1871.

Stop #3 Catamount Film & Art Company; St. Johnsbury – Cultivating the artistic voice of the Kingdom, Catamount Art & Film Co. features two galleries showcasing the work of local artists and also houses a cinema showing the best of American and Independent Filmmakers.

Stop #4 Moose River Lake and Lodge Store;. St. Johnsbury. – Featuring hickory furniture, Monroe Saltworks Pottery and decor for home, lodge, camp or cabin.

Stop #5 Northeast Kingdom Artisans Guild; St. Johnsbury. – A juried, cooperative shop featuring work by over 60 Vermont Artists, many from the Northeast Kingdom.

Stop #6 Peacham Corner Guild; Peacham. – Crafts, specialty foods, small antiques…this picturesque store is located among the hills of Peacham.

Stop #7 Ben Thresher’s Mill; West Barnet Rd. Barnet. – This rare, river mill dates from the 1870’s and houses a cider mill, woodworking shop, and blacksmith’s forge.

Stop #8 Farr’s Antiques; Danville. – Edward Farr’s barn is filled with pieces found in Vermont attics. Many items were made over a hundred years ago.

Stop #9 Great Vermont Corn Maze; Danville. – Amazing, confusing fun can be found for all ages on this 5 acre maze. Open August through September.

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