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Travel to Vermont by Train

Discover Vermont the Easy Way Aboard AMTRAK

Taking the train to Vermont means your scenic vacation starts as soon as you hear “All aboard.” Offering fast and comfortable service, the Ethan Allen Express departs NYC and arrives in Burlington, Vermont in under eight hours, now offering expanded service with five stops in Vermont.

Also offering service from Washington D.C., the Vermonter travels along the East Coast all the way to northern Vermont’s St. Albans, stopping in nine of Vermont’s historic downtowns.

Ready to plan your Vermont vacation? Ride in comfort, take in the scenery, and enjoy amenities including free Wi-Fi, a café car, spacious seats with ample leg room, and the option to take your bike (with additional fee). Your Vermont vacation is departing soon – climb aboard.


YOUR ADVENTURE BEGINS WHEN YOU GET ON BOARD

Get ready for beautiful vistas and spend time enjoying the journey before you reach the destination.

The Vermonter - Amtrak

THE VERMONTER

With service from Washington, D.C. and New York, the Vermonter makes nine stops across Vermont, from Brattleboro to Saint Albans.

Ethan Allan Express - Amtrak

THE ETHAN ALLEN EXPRESS

Travel from New York City to Burlington in under eight hours. Vermont stops also include Castleton, Rutland, Middlebury, and Vergennes.

An Amtrak train crosses a bridge

VERMONTER SAVER FARE

Amtrak's Vermont Saver Fare allows you to travel within Vermont for a maximum of $18 one-way. No code necessary.

Take the bus to Vermont

Vermont Translines Bus Service

Scheduled shuttle bus service from New York provides even more ways to reach Manchester, Bennington, Rutland, Middlebury and Burlington from Chicago and beyond, as well as the East Coast, including Virginia, Florida, and New York City.

Hiking Camels Hump

TRAVEL PLANNING DIRECTORY

Vermont is home to unique lodging, world-class recreation, local food, shopping, history and art in beautiful surroundings. Plan your trip with our directory.