Burlington, Vermont’s largest city, is one of the city’s in the country where British culture is still alive. The city is where the term ‘serial killer’ was first coined because of Ted Bundy. The city is associated with Ted Bundy, who killed over 30 women between 1974-1978 and about whom many films and TV series were created. However, Burlington is also known for being the birthplace of world famous ice cream brand Ben & Jerry’s. Situated along the Champlain River, the first district to be established in Burlington, Church Street Marketplace, is considered one of America’s most original and cutest neighborhoods today. In addition to Church Street, Burlington has many other venues and areas that make it a tourist destination.
The top of that list includes the Howard Mortuary Chapel, which was built in a British style, the Ira Allen Chapel, First Methodist Church, the Richardson Building, and Masonic Temple. The city has many private museums as well and besides being the headquarters for one of the world’s most famous ice cream brands, it is also the headquarters for the Teddy Bear Company. The Burlington International Airport is located in South Burlington and serves direct flights to major cities in the U.S., like Washington, New York, and Chicago.