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  • BTV — Spring 2018
  • BTV — Spring 2018

    Springtime in Vermont means that the snow is finally melting, and it's time to stop and smell the flowers. In this issue, we celebrate the glory of gardens by guiding you to blooms at local parks and an area art gallery. Want more fresh spring air? We'll point you in the right direction for outdoor adventures, from setting sail on Lake Champlain to biking through Burlington.

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  • Three to Six Hours in Winooski
  • Three to Six Hours in Winooski

    From lively Church Street Marketplace to serene Waterfront Park, Burlington has many charms. Chief among them: The state's largest city is an ideal gateway to the rest of Vermont — some of which is closer than you might think. Much closer.

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  • In Bloom: Garden-Themed Art Takes Root at Shelburne Museum
  • In Bloom: Garden-Themed Art Takes Root at Shelburne Museum

    Visitors from across the globe are drawn to Vermont for the vibrancy and stark contrasts of its four seasons. After a long, snowy winter, nothing beats watching the world come back to life, one brave dandelion and greening bud at a time. This year, Shelburne Museum — just seven miles south of downtown Burlington — celebrates the blooming of springtime with its exhibition "In the Garden."

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  • In Season, Spring 2018
  • In Season, Spring 2018

    Spring can be slow to arrive in Vermont: March and April often bring mud — or still more snow — instead of flowers. So the real sign of the season is when the Burlington Farmers Market moves outside. Though it's a popular indoor gathering spot during the chillier months, the bustling outdoor marketplace doubles as a weekly festival in the heart of downtown. In addition to 90-plus vendors of food, artisan crafts and other goods, it includes live musical entertainment and frequently inspires impromptu picnics and acro-yoga circles. Do as the locals do: Save Saturday morning for the market.

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  • Ground Crew: Meet Shelby Losier, Director of Ground Transportation
  • Ground Crew: Meet Shelby Losier, Director of Ground Transportation

    Before anyone takes off from Burlington International Airport, he or she has to get inside the terminal. And when a plane lands, its passengers have to disembark. That's where Shelby Losier comes in: As BTV's director of ground transportation, it's her job to help everyone arriving and departing easily access their next stop — whether that's a flight to Florida or a taxi ride to a local boutique hotel.

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  • BTV — Winter 2017-2018
  • BTV — Winter 2017-2018

    We're delighted to have you! BTV: The Burlington International Airport Quarterly is a bilingual magazine — translated into French for our Québécois visitors — that highlights Vermont's recreational, cultural and dining scenes according to the season.

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  • Take Shelter: Burlington's Boutique Accommodations Are a Home Away From Home
  • Take Shelter: Burlington's Boutique Accommodations Are a Home Away From Home

    Burlington makes an ideal getaway any time of the year. As Vermont's biggest city, it offers the best of both worlds — rural intimacy and authenticity balanced with urban convenience, hustle and bustle. Visit in the winter, however, and you'll likely spend more time cozying up at your overnight accommodations. Warm blankets and warmer hospitality are fine antidotes to the cold weather.

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  • Hills of Gold: Winter Games in the Green Mountain State
  • Hills of Gold: Winter Games in the Green Mountain State

    This February 9 to 25, athletes from around the globe will go for the gold in sports ranging from Alpine skiing to speed skating at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games, held in PyeongChang, South Korea.

    But casual outdoor enthusiasts needn't travel quite so far. Right here in Vermont, the hills are alive with the sounds of schussing, skating and sliding. Want to find medal-worthy winter fun in the Green Mountain State? Read on for a sampling.

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  • High Score: Burlington's Archives is a Player
  • High Score: Burlington's Archives is a Player

    When entering the Archives, downtown Burlington's classic-game arcade, one of the first consoles you see is Tapper. The 1983 game, in which a bartender must keep up with his patrons' increasingly frenzied demands for beer, is an apt metaphor for the Archives' two raisons d'être: vintage video games and sudsy brews.

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  • In Season, Winter 2017-2018
  • In Season, Winter 2017-2018

    When the clock strikes midnight on December 31, Burlington will usher in 2018 with a bang of fireworks over Lake Champlain. But that’s just the final touch on the annual revelry that is First Night Burlington. Founded in 1983, the event has become Vermont’s largest single-day arts celebration, a substance-free festival serving up 13 hours of eclectic entertainment in more than a dozen downtown venues. Buy a button, then crisscross the city for a classic cabaret by Burlington’s Lyric Theatre, aerial artistry and general clowning around by Vermont’s award-winning Circus Smirkus, highenergy funk-rock by local band Gang of Thieves, and so much more. Cheers to the New Year.

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  • Art at the Airport, Winter 2017-2018
  • Art at the Airport, Winter 2017-2018

    Burlington City Arts curates exhibits in three areas of the airport: the Skyway, the area above the escalator and the walls facing security for Gates 1 through 8. Whether you've arrived early for a flight or are waiting to pick up passengers, do take the time to look around!

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  • BTV — Fall 2017
  • BTV — Fall 2017

    → Version française Welcome to Burlington — and Vermont We're delighted to have you! BTV: The Burlington International Airport Quarterly is a bilingual…

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  • Greener Pastures
  • Greener Pastures

    The Green Mountain State is a dream for fans of agritourism. Visitors who want a true taste of place will get their fill dining at the state's farm-to-table restaurants or touring its breweries, wineries and artisan cheesemaking businesses. There's something to please every palate.

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  • It's Showtime!
  • It's Showtime!

    Burlington is small, but it showcases the performing arts in a big way. Visitors may be surprised by the variety of acts that come to the Queen City — think renowned musicians, up-and-coming comics, Broadway national tours and offbeat original plays. Several downtown venues launch their seasons in September, making this the perfect time of year to catch a show. Read on to learn about four of the city's major stages and their fall lineups.

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  • Happy Trails
  • Happy Trails

    Looking to explore the great outdoors? Capitalize on the crunch of autumn's sweet-smelling leaves and hit the trail for a walk or a ride. Here are some resplendent routes best suited to the season — all are within an easy hour of Burlington.

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  • In Season, Fall 2017
  • In Season, Fall 2017

    From bustling Church Street to the highly trafficked waterfront, Burlington is anything but a ghost town — unless Thea Lewis is leading your way. The actor, author and paranormal historian is also Vermont's queen of Halloween, and, in the weeks leading up to that haunted holiday, she presides over three walking tours rife with local history and mystery. The Darkness Falls Tour explores the spooky spirits of Burlington's downtown; the Wicked Waterfront Tour dives into shipwrecks, lake monsters and shoreline mischief; and the Cemetery Tour travels to the city's most ghoulish gravestones. These tales are spine-tingling but typically appropriate for ages 9 and up.


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