10 Instagrammable Places Burlington, Vermont
Next time you’re in Burlington, be sure to snap a few of these gorgeous spots to show off on Instagram.
I visited some of the most beautiful place in the town. And found some awesome Instagrammable places.
1. Waterfront Park
A great cview of Lake Champlain from Waterfront Park. Go there in the evening to catch the sunset.
2. Lake Champlain
Take a boat out there an make a photo with the horizon as a background.
3. Church Street Marketplace
The main street in Burlington. Here you find little cool stores to take pictures at.
4. Battery Park
The Battery Park Burlington is the perfect place for a photo shoot. It's got a beautiful view of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains.
It's located on the waterfront in downtown Burlington, Vermont. The park was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, who were also responsible for Central Park in New York City.
5. Breakwater Lighthouses
Breakwater Lighthouse is one of the most photographed places in Burlington.
6. Island Line Bike Trail
The Island Line Bike Trail is a biking and walking trail that runs along the Burlington Bay. The trail is a great way to explore the beauty of Burlington.
7. Mt. Philo State Park
Mt. Philo State Park is a beautiful place to visit with your family and friends. With the Instagram photo view, you can see all of the amazing views that this park has to offer.
8. Ferry Dock Marina
Ferry Dock Marina in Burlington, Ontario is a great place to go for a day out on the water. It has a boat launch and offers boat rentals.
9. Mad River Distillers Burlington
Mad River Distillers is a craft distillery in Burlington, Vermont. The company is the first distillery in Vermont to produce and sell an organic product.
10. Shelburne Farms
Shelburne Farms is a large and well-known farm in Vermont. Around about 20 minutes from Burlington. It was founded in the early 1900s by George Perkins and his wife, Mary. They ran the farm for over 50 years, until their son, George Jr., took over. He continued running the farm for many decades. The farm has been passed down through generations of Perkins family members and is still owned by them today.
When you search Shelburne Farms on Instagram, you will see that they have an account with over 1 million followers. This is because they are constantly posting pictures of their animals or the landscape around them to show what Vermont looks like from their perspective.