Rathbun's Maple Sugar House Restaurant
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Open every weekend all year round. Awesome breakfasts and the most delicious Maple syrup around! Be sure to go here and support our local maple sugarhouse!
Rathbun's is a real maple sugar house and they've been doing weekend breakfasts for decades. All their wonderful breakfast dishes feature their own maple syrup, which, if you happen to get lucky in early spring, you may even be able to watch them boil!
Phenomenal breakfast -- Saturdays and Sundays only. (15 miles) Gift shop, too. Pancakes and waffles, bacon and sausages are served with pure maple syrup made by the Rathbun family in their sugar house behind the restaurant. Come in early spring to see the sugar house in operation boiling sap for…
Best place for pancakes! About 30 minutes drive but worth every mile. In the sugaring season (late winter early spring) the syrup is still hot on the table as it was just made!
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“Pick your own and or enjoy some hot cider and donuts to treat your taste buds- located just 45 minutes away”
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“The Middlebury College Museum of Art is an integral educational and cultural component of Middlebury College whose mission is to enable visitors to understand more fully the artistic achievements represented by a diversity of cultures. Our collection of several thousand objects ranges from antiquities to contemporary art and includes distinguished collections of Asian art, photography, 19th-century European and American sculpture, and contemporary prints. Works from the permanent collection and special loan exhibitions are on display throughout the year, and we regularly sponsor lectures, gallery talks, films, school programs, and family workshops. The Museum also maintains the college's collection of 20 works of public sculpture sited in various locations around the campus.”
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“Small but sweet tasteful collection in historic mansion. Easy drive North about an hour or less. If you are on route to the Adirondacks and like galleries, stop here.”
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“There is a vein of slate that goes from Fair Haven to West Pawlet, the same vein is in Northern Wales. Find out about how slate is processed, the immigrant communities that came to work the slate (why is there a church in Poultney where Welsh is still spoken??), and maybe you'll start noticing that ALL of the roofs around here are slate. This is also the only place in the world with red slate. There's a little pedestrian covered bridge out back. Take a right after crossing and go see the Pember Museum (top floor of the library), an old-fashioned stuffed-animal-collection museum, but fascinating nonetheless.”
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