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Downtown Burlington Vermont's award-winning open air mall is a hub of activity where you'll find historical architecture, year-round festivals, street entertainers, music, over 100 places to shop and dine, and even quiet places to ponder. We invite...more
All reviews market place people watching chain stores local shops great shopping outdoor gear window shop church st outdoor mall lots of restaurants several blocks food carts jazz festival great area fun place few blocks walk around
You want to see what Burlington is all about with a toss in of tourists and college students (during the school year), then check out Church Street. It's a great place to stroll around, see some great local shops and enjoy some great food and...More
Lively lovey day trip! The cobblestone street is lined with a mix of chain retail and wonderful little boutiques unique to the area. Burlington is foodie nation... everything that you could ever want to eat is right here, locally sourced with terrific chefs and outdoor...More
The Church Street Marketplace offers tourists many choices on places to eat or quench your thirst. Most all the stores are independently owned by local merchants. If your looking for both a Vermont shopping experience and a wonderful eating venue, the marketplace needs to be...More
My husband and I stopped here on a weekend trip to Burlington and it is pretty neat. There is quite the variety of shops, from chain stores like the Gap to local places like The Vermont Flannel Company. There are also bars and restaurants.
It's always fun to shop on a street without concern for cars. The marketplace is three blocks long. There are some independent stores mixed in with the chain stores (The Gap, Free People, CVS, etc). Plenty of good eating whether you want a snack, a...More
Went for the Winter Lights festival. Probably that's nothing much special during the night time but for me it was quite an experience as I liked the light up decoration. It runs from February till April. Can drop by if you are visiting Burlington Town.
This street is a must if you're ever visiting Burlington! There's plenty of local pubs and restaurants. I've been to a few on a couple of my visits. I've enjoyed all of them. There's also some boutiques to shop at along the street. I love...More
Closed to vehicles with the exception of the through streets, Burlington’s historic Church Street offers a mix of shopping and dining. A fun way to spend an afternoon, there are plenty of coffee shops, boutiques and restaurants to keep you occupied.
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You probably are arriving on the 13th and leaving on the 15th. I suggest you plan to spend time downtown. The Christmas lights will be up and the street looks magical. Maybe a cocktail at one place, dinner at another, then... More
You probably are arriving on the 13th and leaving on the 15th. I suggest you plan to spend time downtown. The Christmas lights will be up and the street looks magical. Maybe a cocktail at one place, dinner at another, then dessert someplace else. (I endorse Tratorria Delia for dinner; my absolute favorite although not wheelchair accessible) Have one exquisite chocolate at Champlain Chocolates. I count on the website of our local indie paper to tell me what's happening. The paper is called Seven Days. The website is of the same name.
It has all the news about events. A little too early to have much listed for your stay dates. I looked at the Flynn theater website for your stay dates and didn't find anything; that's very unusual. The Flynn is an art deco theater that has been updated and it's worth a look but no events scheduled as of now. Drive down to Shelburne to visit the Teddy Bear Factory and learn how the very successful business came to be. You will enjoy it even if you don't have children. There is a free shuttle bus that will bring you from the University of Vermont down to the waterfront. Since Burlington is built on a hill this little bus will climb the hill for you. Do go to the waterfront; it's magnificent in the winter as well as summer. The Courtyard by Marriott has a nice outdoor patio where they have a roaring fire in winter; great to sit and stare at the flames. If you go to the very top level of the many parking garages you get a wonderful view of the city as well as the lake and across to New York. Great spot; and free! Hope this helps.
Church Street Marketplace, a four block pedestrian street in the heart of the downtown, is lined with shops and restaurants of all descriptions and interest. Not sure when they close for the day, but most should be open late... More
Church Street Marketplace, a four block pedestrian street in the heart of the downtown, is lined with shops and restaurants of all descriptions and interest. Not sure when they close for the day, but most should be open late in early September. There is an extensive bikeway in Burlington and the walk along the lake is really nice. More to do in Burlington than I had initially expected.