The Ben and Jerry's Factory and More Waterbury Attractions

The Ben and Jerry's Factory and the Train station are two of the must-see attractions in Waterbury. BBOnline recommends the following attractions in Waterbury.

Little River Park
3444 Little River Rd.
Waterbury, Vermont 05676
(802) 244-7103

The Little River Park is one of the most popular parks in the whole of Vermont. It attracts tourists from all over because of its natural beauty, and the authorities maintain the facility in top notch condition. The major attraction at the park is the Waterbury reservoir, which offers the visitors boating and fishing activities. Go for a swim or hike the trails at this park. Head out early from your Waterbury Inn and enjoy a fun-filled day at the park.

Ben & Jerry's Factory
1281 Waterbury Stowe Rd.
Waterbury, Vermont 05676-4407
(802) 882-1240

Your visit to Waterbury will be incomplete without visiting the Ben and Jerry's Factory. This is a haven for ice cream lovers, and you can learn all about the making of your favorite flavor at the Ben and Jerry's Factory. You will be taken on a tour of the facility and can witness the production in action. For hygiene reasons, you will be shown the production area through a glass window. What makes the Ben and Jerry's Factory tour worth it is the ice cream tasting at the end. Make a call from your Waterbury Bed and Breakfast to find out about the ice cream making day.

Hollow Cider Mill
3600 Waterbury Stowe Rd.
Waterbury, Vermont 05677
(802) 244-8771

This year-round cider mill is a famous attraction in Waterbury. You can view the traditional process of making apple cider at the mill. The equipment used here dates back to the 1920s and comprises of a rack and a cloth press. The mill is open for public viewing throughout the week from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Sample the cider and head to the store to buy goodies like jelly, applesauce, fudge and the likes. During summer, you can view the natural honey making process as well.

Vermont Country Winery
Rt. 100

The Vermont Country Winery is located in East Calais, Vermont. It produces wine from grapes and other fruits that are abundantly available in Vermont. You can view this facility, which is a short drive from Waterbury, or you can visit its retail outlet at the Cold Hollow Mill in Waterbury, where you can buy wines of your choice. The retail outlet also gives you an opportunity to sample the various wines before you buy them.

Waterbury Station
1 Rotarian Place
Waterbury, Vermont 05676

Step into the past at the Waterbury train station, located at the Rotarian Place. This historic site will transport you into the late 1800s. The Italianate Victorian architecture is a spectacular sight. Within the train station you will find the ticket counter and a warm coffee shop. The train station has been restored recently to its original glory. This landmark attraction is definitely worth a visit in Waterbury.