Located adjacent to the Sun and Ski Inn and Suites on the Mountain Road, this 8-lane treasure is not what you expect! This state-of-the-art venue is much more than a plain old bowling alley – it’s more swanky, cozy, comfortable, loungy, and even elegant. With great food, a full bar serving anything from Shirley Temples to White Russians, a lounge atmosphere, and a high-tech audio-visual experience.
This place is often the antidote for kids and bad weather, no matter the time of year. The barn-like structure, located just off of the Mountain Road, houses an impressive twenty-five meter lap pool, with a designated area for open swimming and elevated diving board. Plus, a separate children’s play area with a large water slide, shallow pools, and a water toy area is perfect for infants and bigger kids. And, besides the water features, there’s also a large, state-of-the-art gym and fitness classes.
With collections covering seven different areas of ski history, the Vermont Ski Museum has artifacts about the sport in general, its role in Vermont, and even the development of ski equipment. The museum also has a permanent Hall of Fame exhibit to honor athletes, pioneers, and contributors.
Featuring volunteer actors and staff, Stowe Theatre Guild offers visitors a community theater that has showings for musicals and plays. The theater is located in a historic building with Greek Revival architecture.