That’s the number of towns and cities that are in Vermont. No two are the same, and every single one is worth a visit. Some are on the bigger side – a second or third stay may be required for the full experience. Others are quite small – you’ll pass through them in a blink of an eye if you’re not paying attention.
Some town names like Berlin, Jamaica, and Peru, will make you think twice about which continent you're on. Other towns like Barre, Charlotte, Topsham, and Worcester are every bit as quirky as their pronunciations. The remaining towns are just as inviting. Some are known for their historical importance, while others are hot spots for dining, recreation, shopping, and more. Then there are the lesser-known towns, acting as quiet hideaways off the beaten path, offering a truly once in a lifetime encounter.
Whether you seek unusual buildings, hidden waterfalls, or other alluring scenery, one of our 251 towns is guaranteed to have it. As you visit one or many of these towns, we want to hear about your adventures on social media. Let us know which towns you visit by tagging @VermontTourism in your Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter posts and include the #ThisisVT and #WhereAreYou hashtags to join the conversation.
TOWNS & REGIONS
Grouped into three regions, Vermont’s 251 towns and cities offer as many unique ways to experience The Green Mountain State.
Vermont's summers are custom-made for discovering both yourself and the amazing natural world around you. Come join the fun!
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Vermont's innkeepers and hotel professionals have created some of the most memorable experiences in the Northeast. There are also plenty of lodging deals to view for a savings on your upcoming visit.
Find Kid-Friendly Events
Our events calendar is a fun and easy way to browse for events that are family friendly. Filter by keywords, region or by dates to help find the perfect event for your family!
Whether you're a meat or veggie lover, or a huge dessert enthusiast, we've got you covered. We even have a filter for blogger recipes.
As spring arrives, so does the opportunity for camping. It's a comfortable time of year to camp, but be sure to know the "leave no trace" etiquette.
Arts, Museums and Historic Sites
The Vermont Arts Council will tell you, “In Vermont, the arts are everywhere.” There are hundreds of galleries, museums and historical sites for cultural enthusiasts to visit.
Established in 1954, the 251 Club unites travel enthusiasts who aspire to visit all 251 towns and cities.
Whether you fly fish Vermont’s creeks and streams, cast from a boat on Lake Champlain, or fish from shore, fishing is a slower-paced recreational activity – but that doesn’t mean it lacks excitement!
Vermont Historic Sites
The small state of Vermont boasts an exceptional collection of historic sites and events for children, families and adults.
Once the snow and ice start to melt off, it's a green light for water sports in Vermont.
Live, Grow, Work, and Play
Want to learn more about life in Vermont? Looking for a fresh start, change in scenery, or new career? Think Vermont.
Free Vermont Vacation Guide
Also available online, the Vermont Vacation Guide is filled with great content to steer your Vermont visit in the right direction.
Stay & Play Directory
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