Vermont Teddy Bear tours

Discussion in 'Vermont' started by wanderer, Mar 3, 2015.

  1. wanderer

    wanderer Moderator

    I was watching a rerun of the Simpsons over the weekend, which was set in Vermont. Homer and the family went to the Vermont Teddy Bear factory. It was pretty cute. It got me wondering what the actual tour is like. Do you get to make your own bear there? What else is nearby to go? I would really like to go to Vermont this fall.
  2. DaneDegale

    DaneDegale New Member

    At $3 for adults and free for kids, one can't go wrong. The Vermont Teddy Bear tour is learn about the process of making teddy bears (stuffing and sewing). At the end of the tour, you get free button bears to keep as a memento of the tour.

  3. 1VS1

    1VS1 New Member

    I took my three young cousins to Vermont Teddy while on vacation. They enjoyed the teddy tour, though it was a little short for me personally. The Teddy bears are also on the expensive side but they are well worth it for lifetime guarantee.
  4. mitraveler

    mitraveler New Member

    It's pretty expensive to make Teddy Bears here (just like at Build A Bear). There's lots to do close to the tour, especially the Shelburne Museum and Shelburne Farms. It's not far to Burlington, where Lake Champlain Chocolates has opened a candy kitchen where you can learn to make your own yummy chocolates. The shopping is really good in Burlington, too.

Share This Page