is famous for its quintessential charm and architectural beauty and is consistently
ranked as one of the top places to live in the United States. Burlington has recieved
numerous awards and designations including the winner of the "Great American Main
Street Award" by the National Historic Trust and was voted the Number One "City
To have It All" by A&E Television. Burlington is also home to numerous museums
and landmarks including the Shelburne Museum & Farm, Ethan Allen Homestead, Lake
Champlain Maritime Museum, and The ECHO Center.
Click here for the Burlington
State Capital - Montpelier
Montpelier is the nation's smallest
state capital and is located in central Vermont at the confluence of the Winooski
and North Branch Rivers. Montpelier
features the nation's oldest and best preserved state capital. The State House
is famous for its brilliant gold dome which measures 57 feet high and is made
of wood sheathed in copper and covered with 23.7 carat gold leaf. The
House and Senate chambers are the oldest legislative chambers in their original
condition anywhere in the country.
here for the Montpelier Website
Rutland - Heart of the Green Mountain State
Located in the heart of the Green Mountain State, Rutland is the second largest
city in the state of Vermont. Rutland County includes 28 towns and has approximately
70,000 residents. The
City of Rutland provides the region with a vibrant historic downtown and a variety
of businesses and services.
here for the Rutland Website
- "Primary gateway for Southwestern Vermont"
Bennington County is Vermont's fifth
largest community and encompasses 575 square miles with over 35,000 residents.
The Town of Bennington is nestled beween two beautiful mountain ranges, the Taconics
and Green Mountains, and enjoys easy access to all forms of outdoor recreation.
here for the Bennington Website
- "Summer Home of Poet Robert Frost"
Middlebury was originally chartered
in 1761 and is a Shire
Town (county seat) of Addison County located in the heart of Vermont dairy country.
Middlebury is also home to the highly accredited Middlebury College and represents
the quintessential New England college town complete with village green and historic
here for the Middlebury Website
Brattleboro is situated between
the West and Connecticut Rivers and serves as the primary gateway for southeastern
Vermont. The Town of Brattleboro borders the state of New Hampshire and is centrally
located on route to many major Vermont and NH Ski resorts.
here for the Brattleboro Website
City of St Albans is located near Lake Champlain in the Northwest corner of the
state and was originally settled in 1774 and incorporated as a city in 1897. During
the Civil War period, Saint Albans was the scene of the northernmost engagement
of the American Civil War.
Today, the Saint Albans Historical Museum attracts
thousands of history buffs and visitors annually.
here for the St Albans Website
- Vermont's Oldest City
Vergennes was established in 1788 and
is the third oldest city in the United States and Vermont's oldest city. Only
Hartford and New Haven, Connecticut are older than Vergennes, Vermont. Vegennes
covers approximately 1200 acres of land and is home to over 2,000 people. Vergennes
is located in Addison County, 25 miles south of Burlington; 12 miles north of
Middlebury on Route 22A.
here for the Vergennes Website