Tourism & Marketing

Vermont State Historic Sites Open for the 2016 Season

25 May 2016
Horse-drawn carriage at the Calvin Coolidge Historic Site

When President Calvin and First Lady Grace Coolidge were preparing to leave the White House in 1929, the press noted the great volume of gifts that required packing. There were scores of personal and humble presents, such as mittens, walking sticks, and coverlets that American citizens had made for the president and first lady.

Information Centers

Ambassador Program for Information Centers.
Ambassador Program for Information Centers

On main roads and off the beaten track, businesses throughout Vermont have earned Ambassador Information Center designation to help visitors make the most of their time in Vermont by providing local and statewide information and recommendations.

Get Involved

Vermont’s tourism industry is a large contributor to the state's revenue, but the success is largely determined by the industry organizations themselves. Visitors constantly experience the Vermont culture from a store clerk to the owner of a bed and breakfast, and everyone in between. General citizens - Vermonters -  can even have a huge impact on the industry as they interact with the visitors, who end up getting to know the people and character of the state. In other words, anyone can get involved in promoting the state.

Vermont Colleges

Ready to get started in the field of tourism and hospitality? Check out these Vermont colleges offering two and four year degrees:

Champlain College

163 South Willard Street
Burlington, Vermont
www.champlain.edu
Bachelor’s Degree: Event Management

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