Historic Downtown


An old, stone building sits in the late day sun with the words Chandler Music Hall inscribed on the side.
People shop produce at an outdoor farmers market.

Randolph, Vermont 

Along the third branch of Vermont’s White River, discover more than 240 miles of mapped trails for hiking, biking, backcountry skiing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing. Downtown Randolph, located directly in the heart of Vermont as its geographic center, is full of historic railroad-era architecture and many Victorian-era homes. In town, the Playhouse Movie Theatre was the first purpose-built, single-screen movie theater in Vermont, and a few blocks up Main Street is the acoustically superb Chandler Center for the Arts, welcoming nationally known performers.

A brick building with a rainbow flag and an American flag seen from outside in the summer.
The inside of a performance space.

Chandler Center for the Arts 

This 1907 concert hall brings live theatre, music festivals, and an art gallery to downtown Randolph. In the winter, a holiday artisans market lights up the center. 

A person dances on stage while another person plays the violin.
A group of people does a synchronized dance next to booth tents.

New World Festival

Annually on Labor Day Sunday

French Canadian and Celtic music and dance traditions take center stage at this central Vermont heritage celebration.

Eat, Shop, and Stay in Randolph






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Trip planning resources with Randolph’s local downtown organization.

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