ECHO is located at:
ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center
Leahy Center for Lake Champlain
One College Street
Burlington, VT 05401
+44° 28' 36.51", -73° 13' 14.37"
From I-89 North or South, take Exit 14 West toward Burlington.
Route 2 becomes Main Street in downtown Burlington. Continue to
the end of Main Street and turn right onto Lake Street. Take
your first left onto College Street. ECHO
Lake Aquarium and Science Center at the Leahy Center for Lake
Champlain is located at the bottom of College Street on the
Waterfront. Follow signs to ECHO's lot.
Full day parking in ECHO's convenient lot is $8; $5 for ECHO
Members from April through mid-October.
BY FOOT FROM CHURCH STREET MARKETPLACE
Facing the Church at the end of the Church Street
Marketplace, take College Street to the left going downhill
toward Lake Champlain. Cross Battery Street and walk to ECHO on
ECHO is located conveniently on the Burlington Bike Path, with
plenty of bike racks in front and back. If you'd like to make
ECHO your launching-off point for a day on the Burlington Bike
Path, be sure to visit our fellow non-profit
Motion, just moments down the path for maps, rentals, and
The ferry into Burlington will drop you at the King Street
Ferry Dock. From the dock, walk up the street to the Bike Path
and head left. ECHO will be on your left after one block..
Dock your vessel steps from ECHO at The Burlington Boathouse,
offering boaters a full service Marina with power, water,
showers and pump-out facilities; found at the following
LAT:44° 28' 37.30" N
LON: 73° 13' 21.42" W
Hourly and overnight dockage and moorings are available, please
call (802)865-3377 for more details.
No boat to call your own? Travel with or without your car (or
bike!) from New York to Vermont via one of three ferries:
- Plattsburgh to Grand Isle
- Port Kent to Burlington
- Essex to Charlotte
www.ferries.com or call 802-864-9804 for schedules and more
information. ECHO is one block north of the Burlington ferry