Our County is agriculture-based with a wide variety of Farmers Markets, U-Picks and Roadside Stands. From our hands to your table, take the kids to pick berries, apples, dig for potatoes or even eat ice cream that is literally from cow to cone. For adults, enjoy the artisan breads, homestead cheeses and a wide selection of wineries and breweries. There is some agriculture for everyone in Washington county.
Our Craft Brew Artisans believe in the community they serve and treat everyone like part of the family. From the brewing equipment to the locally sourced ingredients that go into making these local beverages, everything is friendly, personal and professional. Come check out any of our amazing local breweries, wineries and distilleries to see, feel & smell the ingredients for yourself that go into your glass.
From casual to formal, ethnic or classic American, the restaurants in Washington County offer a variety of diverse cuisines and ambiance. Several of the restaurants have a historic past that date back to the early 19th century. In the summer months, look for the collaborative pop up culinary events where restaurants team up with farms and breweries for a unique dining experiences right on the farms.
The Washington County farmers markets feature pasture raised meats, eggs, fresh local produce, gourmet baked goods, local wines, maple products, artisan breads, delicious foods and handmade goods. The farmers markets are good for those just passing through, grabbing a bite to eat and doing a little shopping. These markets are all over the county every weekend and certainly one not to miss.
Washington County is rich with historic sites, museums and landmarks from Battle Hill in Fort Ann, a significant battle of the Revolutionary War, to the Fort House Museum in Fort Edward that exhibits hundreds of thousands of artifacts and exhibits that chronicle the history of Washington County.
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