Woodstock and Quechee Gorge

Above Photo Courtesy of the Woodstock Chamber of Commerce

Considered by many to be one of New England’s most beautiful villages, Woodstock, Vermont has remained virtually unchanged since the 18th and 19th-centuries. Join your Notch Above guide to see opulent homes built by professionals, scholars and craftsmen around the Village Green and along broad streets. The stately Woodstock Inn has presided over the Green since 1793. The Dana House, built in 1807, is home to the Woodstock Historical Society and its collections are displayed in theme and period rooms. The Billings Farm and Queeche GorgeMuseum showcases Vermont’s rural heritage. The working farm is one of the finest Jersey dairy farms in America, has been a Woodstock landmark since 1871 and offers displays in the 1890 farm house and 19th-century barns. The Marsh-Billings National Historical Park is the former home and estate of Laurance Rockefeller. It is the first National Park to focus on the theme of conservation of history and the changing nature of land stewardship in America. Visit the 1885 Queen Anne style mansion, 1895 carriage barn and extensive gardens and beautifully landscaped grounds. Travel to
"Vermont’s Little Grand Canyon", Quechee Gorge. Formed over thousands of years, its walls rise more than 168-feet above the Ottaquechee River. Quechee Gorge Village houses the Vermont Antique Mall, a Country Store & Mercantile, Arts & Crafts Center, Cabot Quechee Store, Winery and Vermont Toy & Train Museum along with other shops and eateries.