Visit the Granite Center of the World, grab a bite to eat and shop the many downtown shops on main street.
Home of the famous Farm-Way (“located in a mill, not a mall”), Bradford also claims entrepreneurs, small business owners, and artisans.
Brandon’s shops are fun and stocked with all types of one-of-a-kind, unusual items.
Discover the annual Cool Yule holiday celebration, lasting the entire month of December, that includes events, bazaars, concerts, activities, and late night shopping.
With a diverse collection of merchants and retailers to suit any taste, you'll see why shopping in Middlebury is a spirited and lively affair.
Exquisite historic buildings are home to Vermont’s state government, shopping, commerce, and world-class dining and arts.
A vibrant Main Street, an energetic arts movement, abundant natural resources, and a commitment to local sourcing. Poultney has it all!
Rolling hills, red barns and Holstein dairy cows share this special place with artists, chefs, healers and educators.
Historic Downtown Rutland can be considered the true “Heart” of Rutland County. With dozens of shops and restaurants, as well as a world-class performing arts venue, Downtown Rutland is the perfect destination to shop, dine and be entertained this holiday season.
Over 70 unique stores compete for your attention in our charming New England village and along the Stowe Mountain Road.
Take part in the annual holiday celebration, anchored by a holiday craft fair, breakfast with Santa, and other holiday traditions.
This pedestrian-friendly community offers a wealth of retail shops, restaurants and bars, specialty food and drink, and professional service options for visitors from near and far to enjoy.
Northern Vermont offers great shopping and dining, with something for every taste and interest.
Southern Vermont offers Vermont-made products in every village and town, including high-quality products ranging from cheese and chocolate to jewelry and pottery.