Area Attractions

  1. Farmers' Market

    Participate in and learn information about the Farmers' Market in Montpelier.

  2. Green Mount Cemetery

    On a hill off State Street a few blocks west of the capitol, Green Mount Cemetery was founded in 1854 and has been a memorial for the area's talented sculptors and prominent citizens. Maps are available for self guided tours of the unique monuments found throughout the cemetery.

  3. Kellogg - Hubbard Library

    The Kellogg - Hubbard Library is an impressive building of rough, light-colored granite from Dummerston was built between 1894 and 1895, and a dedication was held on January 2, 1896.

  4. Lost Nation Theater

  5. Montpelier Parks

    Learn more information about the parks located within the City of Montpelier.

  6. North Branch Nature Center

    The North Branch Nature Center is a locally-run non-profit organization that has a nature center located on a 14-acre preserve on the east bank of the North Branch River.

  7. T. W. Wood Art Gallery

    Located on the Vermont College campus in College Hall, the gallery maintains a continuous display of the paintings of Thomas Waterman Wood. The gallery also includes exhibitions of regional artists and craftsmen.

  8. The Capital Region's Welcome Center

    View a map of the Capital Region's Welcome Center.

  9. Vermont Historical Society Museum

    The Vermont Historical Society is a not-for-profit, membership-supported organization founded in 1838 by an act of the Vermont legislature and dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of Vermont history.

  10. Vermont Mountaineers Baseball

    Montpelier is also the home of Vermont's newest baseball team: The Vermont Mountaineers.

  11. Vermont State House

    The Capitol is a magnificent building located in downtown Montpelier.