10 Most Charming Small Towns in Vermont


Discover the quaint beauty of Vermont with our list of the top 10 charming small towns. From historic architecture to scenic landscapes, explore the essence of rural Vermont life.

Historic charm meets outdoor adventure in this scenic town, home to Bromley Mountain and the Green Mountain National Forest.



A quaint slice of New England boasting historic shops, festivals, and architectural treasures like the Old Train Station.



Explore historic buildings and stroll through the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park.



Discover the oldest marble quarry in America, now a popular swimming hole, amidst scenic hiking trails.



A picturesque village maintained by the Windham Foundation, offering timeless beauty and buried utility lines.



Ski resort town surrounded by the Green Mountains, known for its historic Downtown area and locally brewed beers.



Lakeside town on Lake Champlain offering watersports, yachting, and the Shelburne Museum's eclectic exhibits.



A friendly town surrounded by nature, offering family B&Bs, diverse eateries, and proximity to skiing.



Lose yourself in quaint prettiness with a stroll through town, art at Village Green Gallery, and a visit to Weston Priory.



Founded in 1971, this town's history revolves around three rivers, boasting small businesses, museums, and Amtrak access to New York.



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