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Discover Events in Vermont

Discover Events in Vermont
If you are looking for an outside the box location for your meeting, consider Vermont. Think Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, Lake Champlain, National Historic Landmark Shelburne Farms, and Church Street Marketplace. That means from food to outdoor recreation to shopping, Vermont has all that your event attendees will need.

In order to visit these local attractions, hosting your camp or event at the University of Vermont creates ideal proximity to these activities. The University of Vermont is a beautiful campus in one of America's most livable cities. Located off the shore of Lake Champlain, with spectacular views of the Green and Adirondack Mountains, Burlington offers year-round recreational and cultural opportunities.

What can you expect from working with the staff at the University of Vermont? They provide exceptional customer service with one-stop planning services for simple to complex events. With the addition of a brand new 800-bed, air conditioned residence hall and a 180,000 square foot, state-of-the-art Student Center, University of Vermont can host your event with top-notch facilities!

If you want to find out more about this venue, the Vermont area, or attractions your guests can participate in while staying on campus, then visit their Unique Venues profile to request information.
During this global pandemic, the team at Unique Venues has been working to serve our industry planners and venues with free resources including roundtables, webinars, and workshops. You can visit our COVID-19 Resources page to learn about our upcoming programs this month and next that you may be interested in registering for. Be sure to follow Unique Venues on Facebook (@uniquevenues) and be on the lookout for Facebook Live sessions from Unique Venues CEO, Chuck Salem who will be providing tips and trends for weathering the storm.