The Hottest Clubs in Town
A focal point of entertainment, local talent and nightlife, Montpelier is the place to visit for an evening out.
Whether it's a Friday or Saturday night or just any night of the week, local talent along with the occasional well known artist performs in the City. ...More
In Montpelier, retail shops present fashions from the sublime to the surreal, including fashion trends from other cultures and around the world. ...More
A Makeover Combining Color & Art
A new look may certainly include a hairstyle , makeup, tattoo, jewelry and nails to help you rock or even shock the world or you might just be interested in impressing the boss.
In either case, you'll find it in Montpelier. ...More
Building Your Dreams with Real Estate
Interested in opening a business of your own? Or are you looking for a starter home in a great location?
Montpelier is a focal point for, not only the State's governance, but also the booming activity, diversity and opportunity found there. ...More
Places to Stay in the City
The Capitol Plaza Hotel & Conference Center can host conferences for up to 300 guests and accommodates overnight stays with its 65 rooms, including luxury suites.
Visitors might also enjoy the city's local inns and B&B's where breakfast is generally served as an included amenity. AND- yes, of course they're serving pure Vermont Maple Syrup. ...More
Getting Into Shape
While Montpelier's bike trail isn't accessible during the winter months, in the heart of the city, exercise classes and yoga classes are keeping Vermonters fit all year long. ...More
Hone Your Talents & Expand Your Knowledge
Whether you're a high school graduate or not many opportunities are available for advanced education and training in a variety of vocations, such as; culinary arts, child care certification, crafts, computer software certification, web design and much more. ...More
Be a Part of the Connect
Traveling to and from the city is easy and cheap.
For either $2 or $4 - or nothing at all- you can travel from Burlington to Waterbury to (and from) Montpelier. ...More
Or, if you're in the NEK, you can travel from St. Johnsbury to West Danville to Marshfield to Montplier. (and from) ...More
Interested in combining your home improvements with state of the art solar panels? You can with Tesla and Vermont's own Sun Common, both serving the Green Mountain State with the latest in solar technology. ...More
Montpelier is home to the State's very best in legal and financial service, including accounting, investments, Estate Planning, and legal services. ...More
While You're Here...
Montpelier and vicinity have a number of local attractions that visitors and Vermonters enjoy year after year.
Vermont Historical Society Museum
Featuring exhibits from Vermont's past, the museum offers a rich historical perspective beginning with the very origins of Vermont and New England. ...More
Capitol City Farmer's Market
Every Saturday from May 20th through October 28 visit the State's Capitol for an extensive presentation of local and organic meat and produce, crafts and jams. Montpelier hosts over 50 vendors weekly with a well built reputation as having one of the largest Farmer's Markets in Vermont. ...More
T. W. Wood Gallery - A Museum of American Art
Founded in 1895, with many works originally donated on display, T. W. Wood Gallery works to preserve the heritage of American Art. ...More
Lost Nation Theater
The stage is alive with in Montpelier with productions ranging from Sondheim's "Into The Woods" to David Budbill's "Judevine". The Lost Nation Theater is located on the second floor of the Montpelier City Hall. ...More
Hubbard Park ...More
A part of the Long Trail, Camel's Hump is Vermont's third highest peak standing at 4,083 feet.
With two trail heads, one in Duxbury and the other in Huntington, hikers are warned to be sure to go down in the direction you went up.
Numerous day trails extend from both trail heads. Parking is available at both trail heads on Camel's Hump Road. ...More
Morse Farm Cross Country Ski & Touring Center
Just 3 miles from downtown Montpelier, VT, ski or snowshoe through evergreen and active sugaring forests to gentle rolling pastures that provide views of Camels Hump, the Worcester Mountain Range, and our 8th generation maple sugar farm. ...More
Hunger Mountain Co-Op
Retailing over 2,000 locally grown and produced products including produce, meats, baked goods, cheese, beer & wine, the Co-Op "is more than just a grocery store. We exist to serve our Member-Owners, customers, and community.". ...More
North Branch Vineyards
A local vineyard producing wines from locally and regionally grown grapes, the Vineyard the Wine Tasting Room is open to the general public April - December, January - March by appointment only. Wines are available at several local establishments and many retail locations. ...More
North Branch Nature Center
Nature Programs for All Ages - From events for preschoolers to overnight retreats for adult naturalists, we connect people of all ages to the natural world. Look for our trail walks, Summer Camp Schedule & Forest School, an outdoor-based early education program for students aged 3.5 to 7 years old. ...More
Area Bike Trails
For three season biking excursions in and around Montpelier, you'll find a number of bike trails that will bring past Camel's Hump, from Waterbury to Smuggler's Notch and other points of interest. ...More
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