Downtown St. Albans is located in the center of a beautiful, down-to-earth and welcoming community that takes great pride in providing an unmatched sense of place for residents and visitors alike. Fine specialty shops and award-winning restaurants, including breweries, offer variety and lots to see and do.
St. Albans’ close proximity to Lake Champlain offers quick access to boating, hiking and biking opportunities with spectacular views, especially during the fall foliage season. Historic buildings on Main and Church streets grace Taylor Park, one of Vermont’s largest downtown greens, where community events are held throughout the year. In the spring, visitors can experience decades of tradition and fun at the Vermont Maple Festival.
Whether downtown St. Albans is your destination or just a stop along the way as you explore the farms and rural centers of Franklin County, you can be sure to find something worthwhile around every corner.
Find out what sets us apart. Learn more about attractions, get the inside scoop on must-do stops and plan your visit by getting to know the area's regional tourism association.
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St. Albans is home to delicious local food, quirky coffee shops, unique businesses to stop and explore, and a historic, walkable downtown rich with notable architecture and the spirit of togetherness.