Central Vermont is known for the small shops, museums, farms, historic sites and diverse outdoor recreation that make life vibrant and attractive. The hills and valleys make the landscape picturesque, and historic downtowns and quaint villages throughout the region offer lots to explore. Get to know Vermont’s political history at the state capitol, drink in the creativity and innovation of Vermont artists, and let central Vermont’s welcoming communities embrace you.
Get outside in Central Vermont
Central Vermont offers lots of ways to enjoy the outdoors, from hiking at Mount Philo to mountain biking at Millstone Trails. Enjoy the scenic views.
CENTRAL VERMONT ARTS AND CULTURE
Central Vermont is home to Vermont’s capital, Montpelier, home to a thriving art scene, including the Vermont History Museum, the Vermont Statehouse and locally owned shops and restaurants.
Central Vermont Events
Vermont events are sure to draw a crowd, ranging from live music to arts showcases to unique community festivals and fairs. Find a Central Vermont event to look forward to.
CENTRAL VERMONT HISTORIC DOWNTOWNS
Vermont’s historic downtowns offer the chance to get off the beaten path and explore the history of the Green Mountains, as well as enjoy delicious local food, shopping that feels like treasure hunting and welcoming communities.
Cider in Central Vermont
Cold Hollow Cider Mill is among Central Vermont's top attractions, offering delicious homemade cider doughnuts and cider pressed on-site. Sample their menu and get a first-hand look at how it's made.