Corning Museum of Glass

Glass artworks and artifacts, as well as historical information about glass-making. Demonstrations and participatory events scheduled regularly.

Knights Spider Web Farm

OK, so this is a little quirky and certainly not for those with acrophobia. The original owner mastered a process to preserve and mount real spiderwebs onto wooden plaques. This is a small operation that has caught national attention due to it’s uniqueness. 45 minutes for this “something different stop.”

Saint Anne’s Shrine

32 acre property on Lake Champlain with religious statues and grottoes dotting the area. Nice tranquil place for a stroll.

Storm King Art Center

Great sculpture park. Storm King Art Center has welcomed visitors from across the 500 acres of rolling hills, woodlands, and fields of native grasses and wildflowers provide the setting for a collection of more than 100 carefully sited sculptures created by some of the most acclaimed artists of our time.

Vermont Marble Museum

An out of the ordinary museum built on the site of a former marble quarry. At the worlds largest marble museum see marble art in a studio & gallery and learn how calcium carbonate (powdered marble) is used in a variety of products from chewing gum to toothpaste. Gift shop. A 90 minute stay is about right.


Performance art installation along the river banks in downtown Providence. Be prepared to ride through urban traffic to enjoy the show, which takes place in the evenings in the summer.