Activities

Relaxing Areas

We know busy travelers long for a comfy place to just kick back and relax, so we’ve furnished our mezzanine with couches, coffee tables and easy chairs – the perfect place to wait for flights, friends, or family. You’ll also find a row of white rocking chairs in our Skyway, which provide spectacular views of the runways and aircraft.

 

Evolution Yoga

Evolution Yoga invites you to unwind in their newest location on the second floor of Burlington International Airport. Stretch out and relax before or between flights and enjoy a calm, quiet space. For your convenience there is a family bathroom with a shower located across from the Observation Tower.                                                                        

Green Roof

Situated atop the parking garage is Burlington International Airport’s Green Roof. It’s the perfect place to relax, get some fresh air and enjoy a beautiful view while waiting for a flight. Just take the north skywalk to the garage and the stairs or elevator to the sixth floor. The roof has alpine plants, benches and a picnic table.

Observation Tower

Get the best seat in the house in the Observation Tower, located on the second floor on the east side of the airport. Sit back, relax and watch as planes take off against the beautiful backdrop of the Green Mountains.

Airport History Exhibit

See the history of the Burlington International Airport as told through photographs. The exhibit is located on the second floor on the south side of the terminal.

Wireless Internet

Free high-speed wireless internet access is available throughout the terminal. Complementary power supply charging stations are available currently in the North and South concourse.

Private Rooms

Please contact Airport Operations, (802) 316-6014, for access to private rooms for nursing mothers, medications, etc.

Additional Activities

Sites that kids might enjoy:

PBS Kids
Disney Games
Crossword

Want to pretend you’re somewhere else for a bit?
Escape with calm.com.
 

Look around the North Country via the National Weather Service's Camera Net.

 

Photo of Green Roof Courtesy of Jay Johnson