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Your family’s gateway to Vermont’s rural heritage through family-friendly programs and activities. Explore the working dairy farm, featuring the Jersey herd, horses, sheep, and oxen, plus the daily afternoon milking of the herd; the restored and furnished 1890 Farm House, engaging farm life exhibits, and events. May – Oct., 10–5pm and weekends, Nov. - Feb, 10-4pm. Education programs year-round. • Staff Pick
Foodways Fridays (Food) ◦ Fridays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through Oct. 28 Regular admission $4-14; free for children under 3. • Staff Pick
Programs for Preschoolers (Nature & Science) ◦ Wednesdays, 9-10:30 a.m. Continues through May 25 $3-5; preregister. • Staff Pick
Cheese & Dairy Celebration (Fairs & Festivals) ◦ Sat., May 28, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and Sun., May 29, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Regular museum admission, $4-14; free for children under 3. • Staff Pick 
Ice Cream Sundays (Food) Sundays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through June 26 Regular museum admission, $4-14; free for children under 3.
LCMM’s Lake Adventure Camps offer a variety of week-long activities designed for kids ages 7-16 led by highly experienced program staff, using the fleet of watercraft, replica vessels, and teaching facilities at our 4-acre campus beside the lake. Our programs promote learning, exercise, confidence and teamwork through outdoor, interactive fun. Build a boat, go canoeing, work with metal, learn snorkeling, get in touch with nature, build a robot (ROV), connect to local ecology, or master boating skills, and more. Camps in session mid-June through mid-August. Free shuttle service from Burlington and Middlebury. Information and registration at www.lcmm.org .
At ECHO Camps, we insist that science is fun and that kids who love science, nature, and making things are the most awesome kids around. We love kids who are different, kids who imagine, and kids who care. We strive to ensure that every camper has a transformative experience at our one-day and week-long summer and vacation camps. Sign up your K - 6th grader today!
"Best Aquarium" -Yankee Magazine. Discover 70 live species, over 100 interactive experiences, seasonal changing exhibits and events, and the Ecology, Culture, History, and Opportunity for steardship of the Lake Champlain Basin. The 2.2 acre Leahy Center environmental campus also features the Lake Champlain Basin Program Resource Room, Lake Champlain Navy Memorial, ECHO's Eclectic Gift shop and the ecology-themed Think! Cafe. Open year-round, 10am-5pm, except Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve & Day.
Lake Champlain Maritime Museum is open late-May to mid-October, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Discover the lake’s shipwrecks, archaeology, history and ecology through hands-on exhibits and learning adventures in 14 exhibit buildings and aboard replica 1776 gunboat “Philadelphia II” and 1862 canal schooner “Lois McClure.” This summer LCMM offers seventeen new Lake Adventure Day Camps for students ages 7-16 in Burlington and Vergennes. Special Events: Kids Pirate Festival, Abenaki Heritage Weekend, and Rabble in Arms Reenactment. Playground, Museum Store, picnic areas, discount at Red Mill Restaurant. Dog-friendly. Daily admission free with annual membership.
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    Camp Birch Hill

    Camp Birch Hill

    New Durham, NH

    Nestled in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, Camp Birch Hill offers a fun, elective based program where boys and girls aged 6-16 can participate in over 50 diverse activities of their choice. Each summer they welcome 180 to 200 campers to their grounds in New Durham, NH. This traditional,…(more)

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