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The Go Vermont! Vacation Card arms travelers with discounts at locations across the state’s lush alpine interior, increasing affordability on lodging, golf, skiing, dining, and other attractions. Travelers explore the culinary craftsmanship at The Essex or feast on upscale American fare made with local produce at Morgan’s Tavern, which is nestled within the historic Middlebury Inn. Seventy species of live animals swim through the ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center, where guests can get half off one admission with the purchase of a full-price ticket, and pints of free-range ice cream graze lazily along a discounted tour through the Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream Factory. Travelers shave up to 25% off the standard rate at five golf courses and save on seasonal fun, including mountain biking, snowboarding, and weaving sweaters out of fallen leaves.

60 Main St
Burlington,
VT
US

The nonprofit Wild Center is dedicated to educating visitors about the delicate balance between humans and their natural surroundings, particularly in the context of the unique Adirondacks ecosystem. With more speakers than a speed-metal concert, the Build a Greener Adirondacks symposium aims to introduce eco-conscious community members to the country’s foremost green-building experts. Keynote speaker Tedd Benson will address the topic of off-site home fabrication and how building plans can be adapted to individual lifestyles and secret superhero requirements. Orators on subjects such as eco-friendly insulation, energy-saving appliances, and designing and building with reclaimed wood will also unfurl their leafy verbiage throughout the day.

45 Museum Drive
Tupper Lake,
NY
US