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VT'S Visitor center

Updated: Jan 14

Moon over Vermont merchandise
on display in Guilford.

Moon Over Vermont souvenirs are on display at the Guilford Welcome center (I91 North after the Welcome to Vermont sign), one of the 17 visitor centers spanning the state. Friendly, knowledgeable nationally certified travel professionals are at the center to assist you with directions, where to stay and dine, and current happenings. The centers provide clean restrooms, free Wi-Fi, colorful product displays, picnic tables and pet walking areas.


Consider a stop at the charming Center in Guilford (I-91 north), a barn-like building whose decor and design pays homage to Vermont farmers, businesses and the state's agricultural history. Visit Moon Over VT's display, scan our QR Code and purchase a Total Solar Eclipse souvenir.


There are scenic views and a few lessons about the state's farming history. Make sure to check out the farming equipment scattered on the grounds.

When you stop by the Vermont Welcome Center in Guilford, you can learn about the state's farming history. Make sure to check out the farming equipment scattered on the grounds.

Information racks provide plenty of suggestions on things to do in Southern Vermont and beyond from dining and accommodations to history and popular excursions too.

Unwind while enjoying the crabapple trees on the premises. This picturesque setting is also an ideal spot for a picnic lunch.

Regardless of the season, on a cold, winter day or a sunny day in spring or summer the views of this Vermont visitor's center are worth a visit.

For more information on any and all of the Vermont Information Centers, visit https://informationcenter.vermont.gov/centers

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