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Quechee Gorge Village shops are open daily 9:30pm – 5:30pm even on the 4th! Celebrate Independence Day with lots of family fun in The Vermont Toy & Train Museum, train and carousel are operating weather permitting, The Toy Shop is now open inside the museum with lots of treasures to chose from! The Quechee Snack Shack will be opening serving soft serve ice cream this weekend located at the main entrance of the property – look for the viking! Something for everyone at Quechee Gorge Village!
The train and carousel will NOT be operating this weekend, June 10th and 11th due to staff graduations.
We deeply apologize for this inconvenience. All other shops, Vermont Toy & Train Museum are open 9:30am -5:30pm.
Congratulations to all our graduates!
You don’t have to go far to enjoy the following exciting activities at Quechee Gorge Village and surrounding areas! The Train & Carousel will be operating Memorial Day Weekend weather permitting!
June 4th Quechee Gorge Village is a sponsor of the Covered Bridges Half Marathon
June 10th Quechee Segway PT’s will be in the Woodstock Alumni Parade
June 11th 4th Annual Milk Bottle Show & Sale 7:30am – 2:00pm FREE Admission
June 17th & 18th Quechee Hot Air Balloon Festival
July 8th & 9th Alpaca Palooza 10:00am – 5:30pm Music, food, artisans, fiber, demonstrations
October 7-8-9 The Vermont Antiques Festival Columbus Day Weekend FREE Admission
We have some exciting events scheduled for this upcoming season! Something for everyone at Quechee Gorge Village!
Flea Market Sundays happening now from 6:00 am – 4:00pm through October.
The 4th Annual Arthur Palmer Memorial Milk Bottle Show will be held on Sunday, June 11th from 7:30am – 2:00pm.
The Vermont Gas and Steam Engine Association Show will be held August 5th, 6th, & 7th.
The Vermont Antiques Festival is always Columbus Day Weekend, October 7th, 8th, & 9th.
We have been very busy this winter installing NEW exhibits in The Vermont Toy & Train Museum! From space to yo yo’s this is the place to bring back memories of your childhood and share with your own children or grandchildren. There are exhibits from the late 1800’s to the year 2000 set-up by decade. Surrounded by toys is our famous train layout built by Dave Frary which is featured in his published book! It is so much fun to hear our visitors giggling, “I had one of those”!