DIRECTIONS:

  • Interstate 89 north to exit 15
  • Bear right off the ramp onto Rte. 15 east
  • Continue on this road through 5 sets of lights, approximately 1.7 miles, you will pass by the entrance to St. Michael's College, and the main entrance to the Fort Ethan Allen.
  • Approximately 4/10 mile after the 5th light you will take a left-hand turn, there is a small turning lane which allows you to cross through the median.
  • Turn right after the first brick building, which is New England Wholesale, and look for the small brick building with a large number 7 on it.
  • You have now found SCS7; you may begin to sculpt.rintable directions

PLACES TO STAY:

Here is a very short list of some of our favorite B&B's along with some of the larger hotels in Burlington. If you need to find different accommodations you can call the Burlington Chamber of Commerce, toll free, (877)-686-5253, or look on the web at www.vermont.org.

The Artful Lodger
15 Lafayette Place
(802) 658-2046

Burlington Redstone Bed & Breakfast
497 South Willard Street (Rte 7)
(802) 862-0508

Holiday Inn
1068 Williston Road
(802) 863-6363

The Radisson Hotel
60 Battery Street
(800) 333-3333

The Sheraton Hotel
870 Williston Road
(802) 865-6600

Willard Street Inn
349 South Willard Street (Rte. 7)
(802) 651-8710 or (800) 577-8712
 

VERMONT, THINGS TO DO:

SCS7 is located next to Burlington, VT (the largest city in VT). You will find plenty to do here. The city has a lovely downtown area with an open-air pedestrian mall or walk down to the newly developed waterfront overlooking beautiful Lake Champlain. Both areas offer a wide variety of restaurants and shopping opportunities. There are local museums and galleries to visit or you may want to tour the public sculptures and see the site of the International Stone Symposium held here in 1990. There is a 13-mile bike path along the lake, which is perfect for everyone from joggers, bladers and cyclists. If you want to play in the water you can rent boats and kayaks, or if you prefer you can take a sunset cruise on one of the many charter boats available. Public parks and beaches are located right off the bike path. If that isn't enough Montreal is only a short drive away or go south and head for the scenic mountains of Vermont.
 
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