Are you a fan of maple syrup? If so, you absolutely have to check out one of the newest tourist experiences that are available to lovers of this delicious, gooey treat.
In the U.S. state of Vermont, where most of the maple syrup is produced in this country, tourists can now visit maple syrup farms and sugarhouses in order to learn a little more about how this famous food is produced!
Vermont is home to several maple syrup operations that offer guided tours and visits to people who are interested in learning more about the fascinating process of producing maple syrup. From Baird Farm in Chittenden to Sugarbush Farm in Woodstock, you will find maple syrup farms dotted throughout the state.
If you choose to visit one of the many farms that are open to visitors, you will learn more about how sap is harvested from maple trees and then boiled and refined into maple syrup.
If you visit from the months of February to April, you might even be lucky enough to see the sap being drained from trees and the process of making maple syrup in action!
So, if you are looking for a unique foodie tourist experience, check out the many maple syrup farms that Vermont has to offer.