Williston is a town in Chittenden County, Vermont, United States. Originally rural and laid out with many farms, in recent decades it has developed into a thriving suburb of Burlington, the largest city in the state of Vermont. The population of Williston was 8,698 at the 2010 census, an increase of over 1,000 people since the 2000 census. The estimated population in 2015 estimate was 9,409. Williston is one of the fastest-growing towns in Vermont, and while becoming more populated, it has also developed as a major retail center for the Burlington area as well as much of central and northern Vermont. The town contains the village of Williston, which is unincorporated.
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4.5 based on 873 reviews
Converted from the Central Vermont Railway to a bike path in the 1970s, this easy trail crosses through beaches and parks and offers great views of Lake Champlain, the Adirondacks and the city.
My wife and I cruised this path from Burlington to the ferry. The Ferry was discontinued for the season. There was plenty of variety with views of the lake, riding through quiet neighborhoods and at the ferry landing there views of the distant mountains. There are a number of park benches along the path.
4.5 based on 468 reviews
While you're in the Burlington area, come tour our brewery, where ancient alchemy meets modern day science to create the best tasting beer on the planet. FREE brewery tours, growlers, bombers, 12-packs and tchotchkes. The new bar is a sight to behold with 30 taps flowing and a constantly changing line-up of Magic Hat's best beers, including all our year-round offerings, the current seasonal and even some experimental brews! Always on tap...#9, Circus Boy, Single Chair Ale, Electric Peel, Low Key our seasonal offering, our small batch Humdinger Series and a surprise or two! Come watch our our spores dance and play! Summer Hours: (Memorial Day- Columbus Day) Mon- Sat 11- 7, Sun 12- 5 Free Guided Tours: Tues- Wed 3 & 4, Thurs- Fri 2, 3, 4 & 5, Sat 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5, Sun 2 & 3 Winter Hours: (Columbus Day- Memorial Day) Mon-Sat 11- 7, Sun 12- 5 Free Guided Tours: Thurs- Fri 3, 4 & 5, Sat 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5, Sun 2 & 3 Self guided tours are there for the taking anytime during open hours!
Took a guided tour of the facility, and were rewarded with some really fun design elements. This is really a youthful, fun environment. Naturally, you'll get to see the mechanics of producing the many products, but the surroundings and people who work there make it a great time. Stop at the bar at the end of the tour, and sample a variety of brews. To create memories, take some growlers home to enjoy later.
5 based on 138 reviews
Come float with us on a whimsical journey above the world below. One of our experienced and FAA licensed pilots will whisk you into the skies above Vermont, where you can take in all of the beauty that the Green Mountains have to offer. After about an hour you'll touch down and conclude the flight with a toast of champagne or sparkling cider, Cabot cheddar cheese, and Vermont fudge. Flights depart at sunrise and sunset daily, weather depending.
This was a bucket list adventure for me, and Jeff our pilot made our flight very special and entertaining. Safety was a huge priority. In spite of difficult wind conditions that gave us an extra long flight due to challenges with getting to a good landing location, we felt well taken care of at all times. And the post flight champagne, cheese and crackers were a lovely touch.
5 based on 35 reviews
Escape rooms are a new form of interactive brain teasing based entertainment rapidly gaining popularity around the world. Trapped in a themed room, your team must work together to find clues, crack codes and solve mind puzzles to complete your mission before your time runs out.
We were a group of 4, aged 18 to 50. We did the Pirate one & Taken. Very challenging but great fun. Very highly recommend. Excellent staff. Needed the clues, and did escape both times, with mere seconds to spare. I would recommend at least 4 but no more then 8 people. Telling all my friends to go here. LOVED IT!!!! Most fun I've had in a long time.
4.5 based on 704 reviews
If you happen to be in Burlington, you must do Church Street and then come down to the Waterfront parks. There are ample parking locations available and it is a enjoyable walk along the Waterfront. There are also plenty of opportunities to sit on the benches and it just enjoy the scenery and opportunities for the children to get out and play in the grass.
A great location for taking a picnic with the family and enjoy this great venue. Wash rooms available .
4.5 based on 114 reviews
Spa at The Essex is your ideal sanctuary. A visit to the only full-service spa in the Burlington, VT area is an invitation to treat yourself to the ultimate getaway experience. Our Recipe for Relaxation encourages our Spa guests to arrive early to unwind and enjoy all of the Spa’s numerous amenities: •Ten treatment rooms •25-yard indoor lap pool •Oversized outdoor hot tub (open year-round) •Steam rooms •Saunas •Relaxation lounges •Social lounge •Outdoor swimming pool (seasonal) •Full-service salon •Fitness center MASSAGES include Custom, Swedish, Deep Tissue, Reiki, Warm Stone BODY TREATMENTS include Deep Detox, Mineral Mimosa, Muscle Melt, Honey Bee Propolis FACIAL TREATMENTS include Essex Custom, Organic Glacial, Uplifting Facial PLUS MEN'S TREATMENTS, COUPLES TREATMENTS, AND PACKAGES SALON SERVICES include Manicures, Pedicures, Styling, Highlights/Color, Makeup, Waxing
Third time here. Always for business. The rooms are charming and clean. Hotel is Ideal for the business traveler working nearby because there are two restaurants, good internet and quiet rooms. The two restaurants do not overlap but complement each other; one with light tavern affair and the other with fine culinary cuisine. Enjoy the local brews at the tavern. The hotel has many amenities though I was unable to utilize them.
4.5 based on 38 reviews
We stopped here on the way up to Stowe and it quickly became a favorite! We had lunch and a tasters. My favorites were Barbe Rouge, Stainless Forest, and It's Complicated Being a Wizard. We got lots of go and had to stop again on the way back down to refill! We even bought a piece of art!
Staff was very nice and it was a pleasant experience! Can't wait to go back!
4.5 based on 10 reviews
I recently spent a day cross-country skiing for the first time. We went on a Friday and there were only 2 other people there. It was a clear day with blue skies which made for a really beautiful day. We rented our skis and boots there which was convenient.
The property is simply breathtaking. I have to agree with the other reviewer that the trails aren't really marked properly. We spent the first hour going in circles and backtracking to find the beginner's trail. It was worth the search though. The trail wound through the woods and it was so much fun.
4.5 based on 139 reviews
What a community event! There are hundreds of vendors, the produce is beautiful! The crafts and pottery are perfect for gifts and tourist! The atomosphere is full of fun with singers, clowns, bubbles to entertain. The smell of baked goods and home made sausage carry...MoreThanks so much for coming out Annie, glad you are such a fan! See you in the park for summer 2018.
5 based on 24 reviews
1st Republic Brewing Company is a great microbrewery in Essex Vermont. We brew up a great variety of beers for everyone to enjoy. We are also the largest homebrew shop in the state of Vermont. Stop on by for a flight or pint. Cheers!
I have seen and tasted 1st hand the hard work and quality they are putting into their beers, their homebrew shop, the taproom, etc. On a recent visit they gave me a tour of the brewing room, very clean, very professional looking setup. Thanks to 1st Republic Brewing Co. I started home brewing about a year ago, making 3 gal batches of beer at a time following recipes they provided. They made it easy by setting me up with everything I needed but the water. They even had instructional handouts to go with the recipes! I have also mail ordered through their website, very reasonable and easy to use. They get right back to you if you have a question. I don’t live near Essex, Vermont, but I have made it there on a few occasions to pick up brewing supplies and of course… sample the beers! Now, they have “Pizza and Pint Night” and they also serve Stowe Cider and wine from Boyden Valley Winery. I know I will be back there soon!
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