The Town and Country Tour begins in Downtown St, Johnsbury and then heads south past corn mazes and alpaca farms.
Stop #1 The Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium in St. Johnsbury, 1302 Main St. New England's premier museum of natural history and Vermont's only planetarium.
Stop #2 St. Johnsbury Athenaeum, 1171 Main St. A National Historic Landmark, the Athenaeum has served as a center of culture and learning since 1871.
Stop #3 Catamount Film & Art Company, 115 Eastern Ave. St. Johnsbury. Cultivating the artistic voice of the Kingdom, Catamount Art & Film Co. features two galleries showcasing the work of local artists and also houses a cinema showing the best of American and Independent Filmmakers.
Stop #4 Caledonia Farmers Market, Pearl St. off Railroad St. St. Johnsbury. Open on Saturdays from May until October. Local fruits, veggies, crafts and more.
Stop #5 Moose River Lake and Lodge Store, 370 Railroad St. St. Johnsbury. Featuring hickory furniture, Monroe Saltworks Pottery and decor for home, lodge, camp or cabin.
Stop #6 Northeast Kingdom Artisans Guild, 430 Railroad St. St. Johnsbury. A juried, cooperative shop featuring work by over 60 Vermont Artists, many from the Northeast Kingdom.
Stop #7 Peacham Corner Guild, 643 Bayley-Hazen rd. Peacham. Crafts, specialty foods, small antiques...this picturesque store is located among the hills of Peacham.
Stop #8 Brigid's Farm, 123 Slack St. Peacham. This small farm is home to sheep, angora goats, and dairy goats with a studio next door where you can purchase handwoven scarves, blankets, and more.
Stop #9 Snowshoe Farm, 520 The Great Road, Peacham. Say hi to the alpacas and purchase fiber, yarn and handknit alpaca products.
Stop #10 Ben Thresher's Mill, West Barnet Rd. Barnet. This rare, river mill dates from the 1870's and houses a cider mill, woodworking shop, and blacksmith's forge.
Stop #11 Magnus Wool, 2888 East Peacham Rd. Barnet. Marilyn Magnus spins the fibers of her own sheep and weaves one of a kind area rugs which you can see in her showroom.
Stop #12 Songbird Pottery, 3764 Mack Mountain rd. West Danville. Harley and Patricia Strader produce a wide range of functional and decorative stoneware that combines colors and forms found in the Northeast Kingdom.
Stop #13 Farr's Antiques, 378 Peacham Rd. Danville.Edward Farr's barn is filled with pieces found in Vermont attics. Many items were made over a hundred years ago.
Stop #14 American Society of Dowsers, Inc. 164 Brainerd St. Danville. Here at the "Dowsing Capital of the USA", you'll find instruction, videos, a library and helpful staff.
Stop #15 Rowell Sugarhouse, 4962 Route 15. West Danville. A working maple sugarhouse with locally grown and handmade gifts for sale.
Stop # 16 Emergo Farm, 261 Webster Hill Rd. Danville. Guided tours are available at this 6th generation working dairy farm. Learn about farming and pet the goats and heifers while you're here.
Stop #17 Great Vermont Corn Maze, 1404 Wheelock Rd. Danville. Amazing, confusing fun can be found for all ages on this 5 acre maze. Open August through September.