Central Vermont

Central Vermont Arts - Culture

Arts and Culture
Small villages, historic downtowns, vibrant communities, theatres, art centers, galleries, local shops, museums, farms, craft studios, historic sites & more. Explore the areas of: Vergennes & Middlebury | Barre & Montpelier | Randolph & Woodstock | Rutland & Killington | Ludlow & Springfield.

The State House in Montpelier

Attractions
Home to Vermont's historic State House, Ben & Jerry's Homemade Ice Cream, the natural wonder of Quechee Gorge & the Rock of Ages granite quarries. Explore the areas of: Vergennes & Middlebury | Barre & Montpelier | Randolph & Woodstock | Rutland & Killington | Ludlow & Springfield.

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Products
High-quality handcrafted - blown glass, fine jewerly, locally brewed beer, artisinal cheese, farmers markets, gourmet food, local shops, woodworking studios, galleries. Explore the areas of: Vergennes & Middlebury | Barre & Montpelier | Randolph & Woodstock | Rutland & Killington | Ludlow & Springfield.

Downtown Bristol Feature

Downtown Bristol
Nestled at the foot of the Green Mountains, Bristol is a quaint village of about 3800 friends and neighbors. Bristol was chartered in 1762 and originally named Pocock, in honor of a distinguished English admiral of that name.
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Exploring Vermont's Historic Downtowns!
Vermont has given special recognition to 24 downtowns. Come and experience these thriving centers, find unique local businesses, historic buildings, and rich cultural and social activities that form Vermont's special sense of community.