Rock of Ages Quarries
The world’s largest granite quarries , 4 miles southeast of Barre off I-89 exit 6, cover 50 acres. The granite vein that’s mined here is...
TW Wood Art Gallery
This gallery , at E State St on the Vermont College campus, was founded in 1895 by Thomas Waterman Wood (1823–1903), a native of...
Vermont is rife with these classic beauties, but you generally don't get two (and almost three) for the price of one. From Montpelier,...
The bakery-café La Brioche , run by students from Montpelier's New England Culinary Institute, gets an A-plus for its quiches,...
Lonely Planet review
America's smallest capital, Montpelier is a thoroughly likable town full of period buildings and backed by verdant hills. It speaks to its village nature that you can walk in the front door of the gold-domed State House , built c 1836, and exit out the back onto a forested trail. Tours run on the half hour.