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Finding Things to Do in Stowe This Fall

Stowe fall events promise to offer visitors a wealth of scenery, festivities and fun in Vermont.

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Nowhere in the United States are you likely to find scenery as gorgeous as Stowe, Vermont, during the autumn months. Called "Fall's Color Capital," this picturesque New England village offers visitors the chance to enjoy the changing leaves with guided tours, gondola rides, carriage and wagon rides, hiking, cycling and more. Whether you're looking for outdoor festivals and events or just the chance to take in the vibrant colors of fall, Stowe is the perfect place to enjoy all the best that autumn has to offer.

Throughout October, the changing leaves of Stowe provide a gorgeous backdrop for the many events in this engaging town. The 31st Annual Stowe Foliage Arts Festival brings fine art and craft exhibitors, and it features a specialty food tent with local wine, spirits, jams and syrups. The historic Town Hall Theatre hosts several showings of "A Midsummer Night's Dream: The '40s Musical" during October, turning the classic comedy into a zany, post-war musical. For those looking to sample more of the local flavors of Stowe, the Fourth Annual Go Beer event on Saturday, October 17 will bring a dozen craft breweries together for tasting pours served with hors d'oeuvres. Additional events during October that help make Stowe such a fantastic place to really experience the fall include:

• Stowe Restaurant Week
• Stowe-at-Night-Lantern Tours
• Wine Tasting In the Trapp Family Wine Cellar

The Green Mountain Inn, located on Main Street in this historic village, is the perfect place to relax amid all this gorgeous scenery. The modern conveniences and old-fashioned character of our hotel blend seamlessly with the rustic autumnal charm of Stowe. Browse our website's event calendar to see details about more great events taking place in town during your visit this fall.

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