What to Know Before You Visit the Rock of Ages Granite Quarry

Sitting in Graniteville, Vermont, the Rock of Ages Granite Quarry is the world’s largest deep-hole dimension granite quarry, nearly 600 feet deep.

The only reason Graniteville, Vermont, makes the list of Wikipedia towns is because it’s home to the Rock of Ages Granite Quarry.

The sheer immensity of the quarry is breathtaking, and the surrounding natural views are inspiring. Plus, where else can you play a game of bowling on a granite bowling lane?

The 40-minute guided tours operate rain or shine. A guided tour of the quarry will cost $7.00 per adult, $6.50 per senior (62+), and $4.00 per child (6-13).

Know The Hours of Operation and Cost

This 5,000-square-foot building is a beautiful introduction to the history and progress of the Rock of Ages Granite Quarry. It’s open Monday-Friday from 10:00 am-4:00 pm.

Start at the Visitors Center

When you book a guided tour, arrive early, so you don’t miss the van ride. A van leaves the Visitors Center and drives guests to the site of the granite quarry.

You Can Take a Guided Quarry Tour

You can enjoy family fun at the Rock of Ages bowling lane. They restored it for family fun on-site, and the bowling lane has rubber balls so guests can play a free game.

Play a Game At the Outdoor Granite Bowling Lane

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