South Burlington is a beautiful city located in Chittenden County, Vermont, United States of America. South Burlington has an area of almost 30 square miles and about 18.000 residents. The city is located near Lake Champlain, in the Burlington - South Burlington area. It was settled on June 7, 1763 and the main city was organized in 1785. In 1865, South Burlington was named and in 1971, it was incorporated as a city. Notable past or present residents of South Burlington include cartoonist Harry Bliss, Miss Vermont 2009 Laura Hall, poet Major Jackson and New York Times bestselling author Jack DuBrul.
Top Attractions within South Burlington
Blue Heron Gallery is an art gallery located in the city center of South Burlington. If you want to admire beautiful works of modern artists, you should visit it. Inside this South Burlington attraction you will also have the opportunity to see an exhibition of works of the local painters and sculptors.
Magic Hat Brewing Company is an important attraction of South Burlington. You can take a guided tour through the brewery in order to see the magic of beer making and you can test a large numbers of beers, including limited edition. The pub of the company is great an even offers experimental beers to those who take tours.
University Mall is a large shopping mall located in South Burlington. This is one of the main attractions of the city, because it is one of the biggest shopping centers in the whole area and one of the most important in Vermont. The stores are great and the highest floor is a heaven of food including a food court and many restaurants.
Windjammer is a restaurant located on Williston Road, in South Burlington. The eatery is famous for serving the best hand-cut steak in the county. If you are not a fan of steak, you can try the fresh seafood or the juicy ribs.
The city of South Burlington is located in Chittenden County on the banks of Lake Champlain in Vermont, United States. With a community of approximately 16,500 citizens, South Burlington is considered the regional center for the retail business and hospitality sectors.
1. Ben and Jerry's: If you are not an ice cream lover you are sure to become one after tour of the factory which makes some of the most famous ice creams in the United States. This is a must when you get to South Burlington.
2. Vermont Museum: this is a natural history museum which includes displays of wood carvings of the state's birds. The museum, located in Huntington, is a sanctuary for the many bird lovers of the area. It also provides valuable insights about the birds of the region.
3. Burlington Community Glass Studio: The studio offers classes in stained glass design, mosaic design and silk painting. Materials are provided for all classes and finished pieces are available for sale at the studio.
4. Burlington Farmer's Market: Located at City Hall Park the farmer's market is open every Saturday from Mother's Day through Halloween. With more than 40 vendors competing to sell their goods, which include crafts, prepared food, and farm fresh products, you are bound to get top quality items.
5. Higher Ground: Located in the old Showcase Cinemas it offers two separate stages for art performances. Higher Ground showcases national and local performers from music to comedy. Food and beverages are sold on the premises.