Whether you are traveling through, spending a few days here, working/starting a business, or have made Middlebury your home, our community has so much to offer! The organizations and efforts listed below and to the left are just a few examples of the resources available to you to make your experience coming to Middlebury the best it can be.

Main Street (north)
Take a moment and visit the Addison County Chamber of Commerce to learn about all of the exciting things to do throughout the seasons in and around Middlebury!

  • Experience Middlebury supports the promoting of our downtown economy and showcases the many events, cultural institutions, and businesses taking place or operating here in the Middlebury community throughout the year.
  • Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History, the nation's oldest community-based museum, is located in the downtown of Middlebury and offers visitors a wide array of exhibits and activities that present the proud cultural, artistic, & historic traditions of Middlebury and the larger Addison County community.
  • Middlebury College is a world-renowned educational institution and serves as an anchor institution here in our community. Public cultural and educational events are held by the College throughout the year!
  • Every August, the Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival spotlights the feature films and short films of talented first and second-time from around the world! Held at locations throughout the town, the upcoming festival is expected to present more than 120 films across all genres.
  • Middlebury Snow Bowl - Just a few miles from the center of town sits the Snow Bowl, a popular ski area in the Green Mountains. Owned by the College and open to the public, the Bowl has been in operation since 1934 and continues to be a popular destination for local and regional skiing!
  • Robert Frost Interpretive Trail & Green Mountain National Forest: Located just a short drive from the center of town, the Green Mountain National Forest stretches across the central spine of the state, offering 400,000 acres of publicly protected land, with 900 miles of hiking trails, including parts of the Appalachian Trail. The forest provides countless outdoor recreation opportunities, including camping, fishing, and skiing. The nearby Robert Frost Interpretive Trail celebrates the poet with excerpts of his writings shown throughout the trail.
  • The expanding Town Hall Theater, located right in the heart of Middlebury, presents plays, operas, speakers, and other productions throughout the year for the public to enjoy!
  • There are a variety of exciting Town Parks and State Parks in and around Middlebury that provide hiking, camping, and many other outdoor recreational opportunities year-round for all to enjoy!
  • Visiting Vermont offers visitors to the Middlebury area and the entire state an excellent centralized resource for planning your visit and finding activities, restaurants, lodging accommodations, and other information to make your Vermont stay the best experience possible.