Downtown Bradford

Situated at the confluence of the Waits and Connecticut Rivers, Bradford offers architectural gems and an array of recreational adventures, all in a natural setting touted by locals as being "of unparalleled beauty."

Main Street provides a warm, friendly, down-home experience with everything from fine dining to made-to-order “grinders,” local shops, and quality Vermont-made furniture.

Older New England towns often include a centrally located town green or town commons, and Bradford is no exception.  Dating back to traditions brought from England by early settlers, these spaces continue today to be well-cared-for, central locations for gatherings of all kinds.  In season, the Bradford Town Common hosts a Farmer’s Market every Friday, featuring a wide variety of local vendors and products.

While Bradford is a small town, remember that size is relative.  This small town is also "big" - home  to the only traffic light in all of Orange County, Vermont.

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