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It is hard to believe that 30 years ago in 1988, Gary and Robin Neil, bought Quechee Gorge Village formerly known as Timber Village which hosted a country store, Lumberjack Museum, antique mall, restaurant, and apparel on the second floor along with the original steam engine train ride!
Both having worked in the Fortune 500 computer industry for a number of years and living in Los Angeles with three young boys, it was time for a change.
With their passion, vision, and corporate experience in sales & marketing, this dynamic couple has transformed Quechee Gorge Village into a multiple award winning shopping and dining attraction with over 550,000 visitors a year.
In recognition of 30 years of ownership you will see lots of new and exciting things happening in 2018 on the property. Gary and Robin welcome you to celebrate this milestone with them and the shop owners that make Quechee Gorge Village a magical experience for all to enjoy!
Thank you to all the families and friends who come near and far for supporting this wonderful place! Gary and Robin look forward to continue serving you the best family fun in the area!
We want to thank all our customers for making 2017 at Quechee Gorge Village so successful! There is something for everyone here from cards, to artisans, free tastings, live alpacas, spirits, wines, cheeses, jewelry, toys, antiques, soaps, housewares, clothing, and more all in one location! We look forward to serving you in this new year with new and exciting additions to the property.
The Vermont Toy & Train Museum will be closed January – April for renovations, new exhibits and expanded retail toy store!
Quechee Gorge Village is open daily from 9:30am -5:30pm. Please check our website and Facebook pages for updates on closings due to the weather and hours.
Again, THANK YOU for making Quechee Gorge Village so successful! Shop small and shop local!
With subzero temperatures hanging around for a while what better place to stay warm and have fun but at Quechee Gorge Village! Spend hours in The Vermont Toy & Train Museum finding your favorite lunch box, toys and more! Over 100,000 toys collected by one man’s passion to preserve our toy heritage. Enjoy the 4 season interactive train layout built by Dave Frary of Rutland, Vermont which is truly amazing! Lots of shops, lots of tastings, and lots of FUN! We are open 9:30am – 5:30pm through December 31st, closed New Year’s Day then open regular business hours January 2nd onward! Thank you for supporting our many small businesses and shopping local! Wishing you a very Happy New Year!
Where can you find specialty foods, Vermont products, toys, stocking stuffers, blacksmith, jewelry, wine, spirits, antiques, live alpacas, baked goods, artisans, upcycled fiber art, restaurant, and more? Quechee Gorge Village – a real Vermont sampler full of wonderful shops and surprises! Discover the magic of Christmas where there is something for everyone on your list!
Due to the snow storm today, December 12th, all of the Quechee Gorge Village shops will be closing at 3pm for the safety of our employees and customers. We will be open regular business hours on December 13th 9:30am – 5:30pm. One stop shopping for everyone on your list!