Chittenden is a town in Rutland County. By area the largest town in the state, Chittenden was named after Thomas Chittenden, one of the Green Mountain Boys and Governor of both the independent Republic of Vermont, and later, the State of Vermont. The town has ample B&B options for your accommodation needs. Once you make a Chittenden bed and breakfast or Chittenden inn your home away from home, you will have many nearby activities to enjoy. Vermont Marble Exhibit, for instance, is a one-of-a-kind museum that showcases exclusive examples of marble from around the world. It also features a film and geology room in the premises that will interest children and adults alike. Another nearby museum worth visiting is the Shelburne Museum, an outdoor venue that has extensive collections of American folk art. Structures include a railroad depot, schoolhouse, toy shop and the Circus Building. Sports enthusiasts will have the opportunity to ski at the Pico Mountain nearby. And when you get hungry, grab a bite to eat at Picarello's Pizza or the Highlands Dining Room, which offers exquisite American delicacies.
41 Pleasant St, Woodstock, Vermont
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