Looking for the Best Dispensary Near Ludlow, VT?
Sunday Drive represents what it means to be relaxing and chill. We ensure everything offered in our dispensary is grown or made by the people from the great state of Vermont. We offer only the very best selection for consumers shopping for cannabis flower, pre-rolls, edibles, concentrates, beverages, topicals, tinctures, and CBD products.
At Sunday Drive, we also proudly support empowering women in the cannabis industry. Sunday Drive is a woman-owned and operated cannabis retail business that features an all-female team working in our dispensary. We are passionate about educating customers about their cannabis choices and strive to offer the very best in customer service.
Is weed legal in Ludlow, VT?
In Vermont, recreational cannabis is legal for adults to consume, including in Ludlow, VT. Medical cannabis is also legal in Vermont with a state-issued medical marijuana card.
How old must I be to purchase cannabis in Vermont?
Vermont restricts cannabis consumption and purchases to adults who are at least 21 years old. Cannabis customers must present a valid government identification, including a state-issued driver’s license, and federal government and military IDs.
How much weed can I buy during my visit?
In Vermont, adults may purchase up to one ounce of flower or the equivalent of 8,400 mg of consumable cannabis in a day.
Cannabis Shopping Made Easy For the Best Dispensary Experience
Our dispensary is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily except Wednesday, when we are closed. Order online and pick up in-store or curbside for the same great dispensary prices.
Other reasons to visit our dispensary near Ludlow, VT
When you visit our recreational dispensary near Ludlow, VT, check out some other fun nearby destinations, such as:
- the Calvin Coolidge Historic Site in Plymouth, VT, where the birthplace and childhood home of Calvin Coolidge, the 30th U.S. president, is preserved much as it was during his lifetime.
- the Woodstock History Center in Woodstock, VT, where you can visit the museum’s large collections showing the area’s growth from its days as a frontier territory more than two centuries ago.