Famous Vermont ski resorts, Christmas
card scenery, old-fashioned sleigh rides, and tall stands of pine
trees are blessedly still a big part of a Vermont Christmas.
Take a nostalgic
virtual holiday tour of winter fun with a look back at Christmas
past that still exists in snow-covered Vermont ...
DID YOU KNOW? Vermont Christmas fun facts
"White Christmas" (1954) : Holiday
in imaginary Vermont.
• The movie classic "White Christmas" centers around the Columbia Inn in Pine Tree, VT, but don't look forward to visiting any time soon. Thanks to set designers at Paramount studios the town and inn are both entirely fictional.
• Come for the annual Christmas parade. Stay for one of the nation's most fun and unusual holiday traditions. It's Middlebury's holiday scavenger hunt where lucky winners receive $100 in "Middlebury Money" that can be redeemed at stores around town during A Very Merry Middlebury.
More information about Christmas in VT around the Web:
Christmas in Burlington
- Check out the annual Santa Parade in December then party 'round the clock in downtown Burlington on New Year's Eve featuring artists and singers of all stripes appearing from noon to 1AM.
Christmas in Vermont - Find top destinations throughout the state for celebrating the holidays as the Green Mountain State is covered in white.
at Billings Farm - Visit the festively-decorated farmhouse
for horse-drawn sleigh rides. and special holiday programs and
activities during the season including Wassail Weekend.
Tree Farms in Vermont - Where to find precut and cut-your-own
Christmas tree farms throughout the state including directions,
contact details and those offering entertainment, sleigh rides
and seasonal refreshments.