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Passport to VTLibraries: Spotlight on Windsor

Get your Passport to Vermont Libraries stamped at Windsor Public Library and visit nearby attractions in Windsor. Make it a day trip!

Nearby attractions in Windsor

Path of Life Sculpture Garden (36 Park Road) is a crafted landscape with pathways nestled on a 14 acre field. Some of the special features include an 800 hemlock tree maze and a stone labyrinth. This is a family-friendly outdoor activity. There is a small admission fee. 

Paradise Park is a 200 acre park located in Windsor village. The park includes wooded areas, fields, and ponds creating a very enjoyable nature experience for hiking and bird watching. The trails wind through the park and lead to a small gazebo that looks out over Lake Runnemede. Once at Paradise Park, consider taking part in Valley Quest sponsored by Vital Communities. 

American Precision Museum  (196 Main Street). The American Precision Museum, housed in the original Robbins & Lawrence Armory, now holds the largest collection of historically significant machine tools in the nation. Family day passes are available for loan to Norwich Library card holders!

Cornish-Windsor Covered Bridge (Bridge Street). This one hundred and fifty-three-year-old bridge was, until 2008, the longest covered bridge (still standing). Take a walk from Vermont to New Hampshire and back.

About Passport to Vermont’s Libraries

Discover the world of Vermont libraries with a Passport to Vermont’s Libraries, sponsored by the Vermont Library Association. Come to the circulation desk for a passport, visit libraries, and get it stamped. We’ll be posting about Vermont libraries and unique happenings and places to visit in their towns throughout the summer.