|60 State Street Asphalt Mural
|A mural by local artist Rob Hitzig brings colorful public art to Montpelier.
|A Place to Stay
|Montpelier is a quaint gem of a town. Montpelier is the smallest Capital in the Nation, with the vibrancy of a bustling city. Montpelier radiates activity.
|A Unique Flavor: Entertainment at The Taste of Montpelier
Montpelier Alive’s Taste of Montpelier, presented by Hunger Mountain Co-op is so much more than a food festival. Unlike any other food festival of its kind, featured entertainment includes fantastical shows of juggling, acrobatics, yo-yo tricks and vaudeville skits. Foodies and arts enthusiasts alike will find something to savor at the festival’s main event, The Great Taste on Saturday, Sept
|About Montpelier Alive
|Montpelier Alive celebrates the City of Montpelier. We work with partners to sustain and build upon Montpelier’s vibrant downtown community
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|All Around Adventure
Montpelier is a hub for outdoor recreation, and is nestled in a valley where The North Branch and the Winooski rivers converge and public lands connect multiple networks of trails. Access to nature couldn’t be easier, from the Hubbard Park trails behind the Golden Dome to the mountain bike trails in North Branch Park. Montpelier is making its mark in the world of
|Learn more about Alla Vita
|Althea's Attic Boutique
|Learn more about Althea's Attic Boutique
|Directory of businesses serving American food.
|An Inter-Galactic Independence Day in Montpelier!
Families and friends, kids of all ages - join us at the new FamilyFest at this year’s July 3rd Independence Day Celebration! Montpelier Alive hopes to reignite the flame for family fun by offering an eclectic variety of performances this year on the Main Stage on the State House Lawn from 2-5pm.
|A directory of Services businesses in Montpelier
|Learn more about AroMed Essentials
|Art & Crafts
|Arts and crafts businesses in Montpelier, VT
|Learn more about Artisans Hand
|Arts and Culture
|Arts and culture thrive in Montpelier. Come explore what Montpelier has to offer!
|Auto care services in Montpelier, Vermont.
|Learn more about Bailey Road
|Bakery Café Desserts
|Bakeries! Cafes! Desserts! Oh My!
|Barr Hill Distillery
|Learn more about Barr Hill Distillery
|Barre Street Eateries
Downtown Montpelier is renowned for its wide variety of dining options, but step just outside of the mainstreet area, and find plenty of other amazing eating places. One neighborhood, along Barre Street and Stonecutters Way, offers fare that highlights farm to table, senior focused fare, or meals to help those in need.
|Bars and Pubs
|Montpelier is home to outstanding bars and pubs. Find them all here.
|Bear Pond Books
|Learn more about Bear Pond Books
|Beautiful Montpelier: A Conversation with Linn Syz about Downtown Flowers
We recently sat down with Linn Syz, former board member at Montpelier Alive, to discuss her efforts to keep Montpelier’s downtown streets beautiful and full of colorful flowers. Linn has volunteered for years to maintain and expand the plantings across Montpelier. Her efforts are key part of Montpelier Alive’s broader commitment to downtown beautification, including holiday dec
|Learn more about Birchgrove Baking
|Learn more about Bohemian Bakery at Montpelier Alive.
|Directory of businesses in Montpelier that provide books, games, music, etc.
|Learn more about Botanica Florals
|Bragg Farm Sugarhouse and Gift Shop
|Learn more about Bragg Farm Sugarhouse and Gift Shop
|Cabin Fever Weekend
|Capital City Farmers Market
|Learn more about Capital City Farmers Market
|Learn more about Capital Kitchen
|Learn more about Capitol Copy
|Capitol Grounds Cafe
|Learn more about Capitol Grounds Cafe
|Learn more about Capitol Stationers
|Celebrate Halloween the Montpelier Way!
Celebrate Halloween the Montpelier Way! This year downtown celebrates Halloween with something for everyone, from trick or treating to karaoke. Trick or treating from 4:00 - 5:00 pm starts off the evening for the youngest crowd, followed by a Halloween costume parade and jamboree (including costumed pets) with a special guest! Parade meets up at 5:00 pm, at the corner of Stat
|Celebrate Spring during Montpelier's Month-Long Mayfest!
|The month of May is host to a full calendar of fun, family friendly events in the Capital City. While you’re Downtown, stop in to some of our amazing restaurants and independent shops & boutiques.
|Celebrate the New Year in Downtown Montpelier!
|Celebrate the season in Downtown Montpelier!
No matter how you celebrate the holiday season, downtown Montpelier offers something for everyone throughout December, culminating in a “uniquely Montpelier” New Year’s Eve celebration. During the darkest month of the year, downtown lights up the evening (or afternoon, at 4pm!), with holiday lights, greens, and festive window displays. Local artists display their
|Chill Vermont Gelato
|Learn more about Chill Vermont Gelato
|Chinese Restaurants in Montpelier, Vermont
|Community Projector Project
|Our new Community Projector project, in partnership with the Montpelier Public Arts Commission, provides a world of possibilities to showcase artwork in our downtown.
|Montpelier Alive's Tumbling Blocks Quilt, installed in March 2021 at the Montpelier Transit Center, serves to stitch together our community.
|Contact Montpelier Alive
|Creative Aging Takes the Stage at June's Art Walk
“Creative aging is an important component of healthy aging, empowering older adults to reflect on life experiences through artistic skills and share their imaginations and ideas with friends, family, and the community" Central Vermont Council on Aging is hosting a celebration of creative aging on Friday, June 3rd from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Vermont College of Fine Arts.<
|Directory of businesses providing creative services in Montpelier
|Delis and Sandwiches
|Looking for that just-right sandwich or deli for lunch? Look no further.
|Learn more about Delish
|Dining in Montpelier
|Montpelier is not just a feast for the eyes. No matter what your taste is, Montpelier has it all.
|Discover Montpelier - Local resources, doing business, in-the-news, and more.
|Discovering The Front Gallery and Art Walk
|Do Good Fest: Doing Good For the Community and Beyond…
Do Good Fest has been one of the most successful music festival ventures in the state of Vermont. For eight years, the festival has been rocking Central Vermont with popular music for a good cause. We found out a little more from Beth Rusnock, President of the National Life Group Foundation, about this fabulous upcoming event.
|Doing Business in Montpelier
|There has never been a better time to bring your business, its employees and their families to the capital of Vermont.
|According to nps.com, the 450 buildings that comprise the Montpelier Historic District reflect the town's prosperous past, during which time many high style and vernacular examples of various 19th century architectural styles were constructed.
|Your support helps us create those moments where people can’t help but wonder at what a beautiful city we live in.
|Downtown Event Grants
|Montpelier Alive works to create a vibrant and livable Montpelier by celebrating its heart and soul: its downtown. A great way to celebrate is to bring community together through events!
|Downtown Montpelier Cocoa Crawl
|Downtown Spotlight: Hugo's Bar and Grill
|We are excited to welcome Hugo’s Bar and Grill to our Capital City! The new restaurant plans on opening on February 12, and we wish them a successful start.
|Downtown Spotlight: Oakes & Evelyn
Montpelier continues to draw exciting new businesses, in spite of the pandemic. Montpelier Alive had the chance to connect with Justin Dain, Chef and Owner at Oakes & Evelyn, which recently opened at 52 State Street in the former Kismet location in downtown Montpelier.
|Downtown Spotlight: The Social
Montpelier Alive had the chance to connect with Michael Drake, owner of the new restaurant The Social, now open at The Inn at Montpelier, 147 Main Street. We can't wait to check it out!
|Montpelier Alive works closely with the City of Montpelier to encourage economic development in Montpelier.
|Educational and Cultural Institutions
|Despite its small size, Montpelier boasts of having three powerhouse educational institutions.
|Electronics and Technology Businesses in Montpelier
|Directory of electronics and technology businesses in Montpelier
|Enjoying Spring in Montpelier
This is spring here, tumultuous and dramatic, and full of wonder. It’s as if we forget every year, and are taken by surprise as the sun sets and the evening wood frogs chime in.
|Learn more about Enna at Montpelier Alive.
|Environmental services businesses in Montpelier
|Environmental services businesses in Montpelier
|Fall in Montpelier
|Discover what Montpelier offers in the fall!
|Fashion businesses in Montpelier
|Directory of fashion businesses in Montpelier
|Festivals and Events
|Montpelier is a vibrant community with a very full festival and event calendar.
|Financial services in Montpelier
|Financial services businesses in Montpelier
|Flannel Friday 2023
Show a little love to downtown Montpelier, shop local! Flannel Friday starts off the holiday season on Friday, November 24th, the day after Thanksgiving. Montpelier's unique and locally-owned businesses offer a wide variety of unique gifts and they could all use extra love after recovering or still recovering from the July flood. Come downtown in your flannel attire on Flannel Fr
|Flannel Friday Downtown Sales
|Donating other than to the Montpelier fund
|Food & Drink
|Directory of food and drink businesses in Montpelier
|Food and Beverage Artisans, Restaurants, and Food Trucks
|For Animal Lovers
|Montpelier is for animal lovers
|For Art Lovers
|Montpelier is for art lovers
|For Beer and Cocktail Lovers
|Montpelier is for beer and cocktail lovers
|What Montpelier offers for families
|For History Lovers
|Montpelier is for history buffs
|For Nature Lovers
|Montpelier is for nature lovers
|For Outdoor Enthusiasts
|Montpelier is for outdoor enthusiasts
|For Sweet Tooths
|Montpelier is for sweet tooths!
|For Wellness Lovers
|Montpelier is for wellness
|Free and Local Outdoor Summer Music in Montpelier
Summer officially kicked off last week and we’re incredibly lucky to have a vibrant music scene throughout Central Vermont... and so much of it is free! This article focuses on music in Montpelier, but to learn what’s happening throughout Central Vermont, check out the free music series in surrounding towns ov
|Getting Here and Parking
|A quick 40-minute drive from Burlington International Airport and an easy, scenic drive from many major cities
|Gift shopping in Montpelier
|Shopping for gifts? Check these Montpelier businesses for a great find!
|Grand Reopening Celebration
|weekend activities during Taste
|Green Mountain Community Fitness
|Learn more about Green Mountain Community Fitness
|Green Up Day
|Green Up Day is a special day in Vermont when volunteers come for a massive, spring clean up of litter. It's an opportunity to make Montpelier sparkle!
|Green Up Day: Making Montpelier Sparkle!
|Guitar Sam reminisces after 42 years in Montpelier
Guitar Sam, a business that opened in 1981, closed this year, after 42 years in business! Carolyn Grodinsky met with Kevin Crossett recently and learned about how the store and how the downtown has changed over these years. Kevin opened Guitar Sam when he was 25. He had previously worked in retail but wanted to work for himself. He said people thought he was crazy,
|Learn more about GuitarSam
|Guy's Farm and Yard
|Learn more about Guy's Farm and Yard
|Halloween in Montpelier
|Health & Beauty businesses in Montpelier
|Health and Beauty businesses in Montpelier
|Health services in Montpelier
|Health services businesses in Montpelier
|High Summer: Upcoming Events in Montpelier
|Flannel Friday offers a cozier way to shop. Shop locally and get great deals at Montpelier stores. Don't forget to wear your flannel!
|Home & real estate businesses in Montpelier
|Directory of home and real estate professionals in Montpelier
|Home and Accessories businesses in Montpelier
|Directory of Home and Accessory businesses in Montpelier
|Hugo's Bar & Grill
|Learn more about Hugo's Bar & Grill at Montpelier Alive.
|Hunger Mountain Co-op
|Learn more about Hunger Mountain Co-op
|Hunger Mountain Co-op Brown Bag Concert Series
During lunch-hour on weekdays, Montpelier’s streets are bustling! Between lawmakers, lawyers, business owners, and tourists, everybody enjoys taking a break and frequenting the abundance of eateries downtown. As people wander and search for a place to sit and relax in the Vermont summer weather, they might hear melodies drifting from the Christ Church Courtyard, where li
|Ice on Fire Winter Festival
|Join us for Ice on Fire, our Central Vermont Winter Festival! Come one, come all to this wonderful festival, celebrating the warmth of community in the depths of winter.
|Italian and Pizza Restaurants
|Looking for pizza or Italian for dinner? Look no further.
|Learn more about J. Langdon
|Learn more about J. Morgan's at Montpelier Alive.
|Learn more about Julio's Cantina at Montpelier Alive.
|July 3 Food and Vendors
|Welcome to The Marketplace, where 40 amazing vendors offer a mouth-watering variety of food and beverage, plus all your celebration essentials like glow sticks and face paint!
|July 3rd Around Town
|July 3rd Around Town Round Up
|July 3rd Event Logistics
|Details on the July 3rd event, including parking, shuttle, an event map, and more.
|July 3rd Family Festival
|State House Lawn Events
|July 3rd Festival Spectacular! Food Truck Festival and Parade Performer Highlights
Montpelier’s July 3rd Celebration is centered around community, food, and fun! Walking to the State House lawn alongside groups of other festival-goers is an experience unto itself. From a distance, you can see the food trucks lined up on State Street and you can hear musicians on the Main Stage. Excitement builds as spectators await the joyous parade at 6:15pm.
|July 3rd Independence Day Celebration
|July 3rd Independence Day Celebration
|July 3rd is the Capital City’s largest festival of the year with many activities happening downtown throughout the day.
|July 3rd Independence Day Celebration in Montpelier is Back!
The streets of Montpelier have been pretty quiet on Independence Day over the past couple of years. We know the community has been eager to come together to celebrate, and the parade and fireworks have been greatly missed. We’re happy to say that the Montpelier Alive team has been hard at work to bring back the Capital City’s largest festival of the year!
|July 3rd Parade
|Whether you’re marching or watching, the July 3rd Parade is Montpelier’s must-see event of the year!
|July 3rd Parade Registration
|July 3rd Schedule of Events
|Schedule of events for Montpelier Alive's July 3rd Independence Day Celebration
|We live and work on Abenaki land. We recognize the indigenous culture and people that existed in N’dakinna (Homeland) long before Europeans arrived in North America.
|Learn from the experts: Chefs share their secrets!
The Taste of Montpelier Food Festival is unlike any food festival you've been to before. Forget about those stuffy events with $100 tickets off in the middle of a hot field. Join us in the heart of Montpelier's downtown to get a true taste of what we're all about. Fun, approachable, delicious.
|Legal professionals in Montpelier
|Legal firms in Montpelier, VT
|Living in montpelier
|Montpelier is the smallest Capital in the Nation, with the vibrancy of a bustling city. Discover what life in Montpelier is like.
|Local Services Information
|Capitol Region Visitor Center and Information Booth
|Lodging in Montpelier
|Directory of lodging businesses in Montpelier
|Lotus Day Spa
|Learn more about Lotus Day Spa
|Lucid Path Wellness
|Learn more about Lucid Path Wellness at Montpelier Alive.
|Maple sugaring is one of Vermont's sweetest traditions, and two of Vermont's oldest sugarhouses are near downtown Montpelier.
|March for Meals: The 50th anniversary and celebration of the Meals on Wheels program, A lifeline for many Vermonters
According to the Vermont Foodbank, one in seven Vermonters are struggling with food insecurity. The rugged rural beauty that defines Vermont can make it a challenging place to live for older adults, who often struggle with transportation. The isolating nature of rural living can make it hard to even determine who is in need. Meals on Wheels is a lifeline for these home-bound seniors.
|Marketing and Promotion
|We share Montpelier’s awesomeness with visitors from near and far to encourage people to visit, dine, and shop downtown.
|Learn more about MechaDigital at Montpelier Alive.
|Media businesses in Montpelier
|Directory of media businesses in Montpelier
|Mediterranean Restaurants in Montpelier
|Directory of restaurants serving Mediterranean fare in Montpelier
|Montpelier Alive exists due to the great support and strong partnerships of our members. Our members are local and state businesses and community organizations. We hope you will join us.
|Directory of restaurants serving Mexican food in Montpelier
|Learn more about Minikin
|Montpelier Alive announces its Grant Awards for Downtown Events Program!
|Montpelier Alive Events
|Montpelier Alive's Art Walk, supported by Northfield Savings Bank
|Art Walk provides a fun and casual way to experience art, meet local artists, and explore downtown shops, restaurants, and galleries.
|Montpelier Beyond the Guidebooks
|There's a lot to see and do in Montpelier. Local residents share their favorites.
|Montpelier Business Association
|The Montpelier Business Association (MBA) is a committee of Montpelier Alive that acts as a support network and united voice for small downtown businesses.
|Montpelier By The Season
|Discover what Montpelier offers in every season!
|Montpelier Commission for Recovery and Resilience works to create a more resilient community for all
Washington County’s July flood impacted much of the Winooski River Watershed (This watershed begins in the town of Cabot and flows 90 miles to Lake Champlain in Colchester.) The watershed drains approximately 1,080 square miles in central Vermont, encompassing all of Washington County, along with other Vermont counties and is the largest tributary watershed to Lake Champlain. It includes alm
|Montpelier Community Calendar
|Montpelier Alive community calendar of events
|Montpelier in the News
|Montpelier in the news
|Montpelier looks ahead to 2024
Montpelier Alive is excited to enter 2024 with many hopes and visions for a brighter year, following a challenging year. We look forward to all our downtown businesses reopening and new ones setting up shop in the empty storefronts. One such new opening is Naive Melody Instrument Exchange at 95 State Street. Stay tuned for their grand opening. Other businesses devastated by the floods are
|The month of May is host to a full calendar of fun, family friendly events in the Capital City. Many events take place outdoors in beautiful (and walkable!) Downtown Montpelier, Vermont.
|The historic downtown of Montpelier has suffered serious damage from recent catastrophic flooding. Please donate now to the Montpelier Strong Recovery Fund to help our local businesses – the heart and soul of downtown – as they recover and rebuild.
|Montpelier's Inspiring Women
March means Women’s History Month, a time to celebrate women and the myriad contributions they make to society. Montpelier’s woman-owned small businesses run the gamut from Althea’s Attic Boutique to Zutano. There are also Montpelier mavens breaking barriers in traditionally male-dominated indu
|Montpelier, Vermont attractions
|Directory of attractions in Montpelier, Vermont.
|Montpelier, Vermont directory of businesses by category
|Directory of businesses in Montpelier, Vermont by category
|Montpelier: A Hub for Downhill Skiers
When people think of Vermont, they imagine maple syrup, colorful leaves, and skiing. Vermont’s ski mountains are some of the best in the Northeast with resorts such as Sugarbush, Mad River, and Bolton; all of which are under an hour's drive from Montpelier. While not having a mountain of its own, Montpelier’s central location offers residents and tourists a reason
|Montpelier residents of all ages come out to enjoy Moonlight Magic. It feels like a festival as stores stay open late with great deals and the mood is enlivened by street performers all over town.
|Moonlight Magic Returns to Downtown Montpelier to Support Flood-Impacted Businesses
Montpelier, VT - Local shoppers can get started on their holiday shopping while supporting downtown Montpelier’s recovery at Moonlight Magic, powered by VSECU, on Friday, October 20 from 5-9pm. Nearly a dozen recently reopened businesses will offer deals and festivities and stay open late that evening to welcome shoppers and thank the community for their support after the
|Myles Court Barbershop
|Learn more about Myles Court Barbershop
|New Horizons for Bailey Road
|Montpelier Alive loves watching businesses build from the ground up. We remember when Bailey Road first opened, and it has been wonderful to see the business grow. We recently supported Bailey Road with a grant through our Welcome to Montpelier Program to support new and expanding Montpelier businesses. Here, Sarah DeFelice tells us a little more about Bailey Road’s journey, and the new vision she
|Non-profit organizations in Montpeler
|Directory of non-profits in Montpelier, Vermont
|North Branch Nature Center
|Learn more about North Branch Nature Center
|North Branch River Installation
|Oakes & Evelyn
|Learn more about Oakes & Evelyn at Montpelier Alive.
|Onion River Outdoors
|Learn more about Onion River Outdoors
|Other Ways to Give
|Outdoor and Recreation
|Plan Your Visit
|printing & copying
|Public Art Master Plan
|Quench Your Thirst in Central Vermont
Vermont's craft beverage makers have become a major driver of visitors to the state and Central Vermont has been a hotbed of this trend. But it’s not just our world-famous beers that will quench your thirst.
|Rabble-Rouser Chocolate and Craft Company
|Learn more about Rabble-Rouser Chocolate and Craft Company
|Learn more about Rebel Heart
|The Renewal Project brings vibrancy and art to downtown storefronts after the flood of 2023.
|Reuse, Recycle and Repair
|Learn more about Roam Vermont
|Learn more about Royal Orchid at Montpelier Alive.
|Sample Itineraries by local experts
|Sample itineraries by local experts
|Learn more about Sarducci's at Montpelier Alive.
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|Shippee Family Eye Care
|Learn more about Shippee Family Eye Care
|Shop for Kids
|Shop for kids in Montpelier at these local businesses.
|Shop for Pets
|Make sure Fido and Fluffy have everything they need by shopping for your pets in Montpelier
|Shopping in Montpelier
|Shop downtown Montpelier named the #1 Best Small Town for Shopping in America by USA Today
|Sitemap of pages on the Montpelier Alive website
|Learn more about Skinny Pancake at Montpelier Alive.
|Sledding in Montpelier
|Learn more about Splash Naturals
|Discover what Montpelier offers in the spring!
|Staff and Board
|The staff and board of Montpelier Alive
|Learn more about StoryWorkz at Montpelier Alive.
|Summer Events in Central Vermont
Some would say that summer is the best season in Vermont. Even though we can make the case for every season, it's hard to argue with gorgeous weather (escape the humidity and visit our magical land where the average high in July is just 83!), long summer evenings, front porch living, and dips in the swimming hole. But summer in Vermont also means fun, festive, and unique events throug
|Summer in Montpelier
|Discover what Montpelier offers in the summer!
|Support Montpelier Alive
|Support Montpelier Alive and become a member or make a donation.
|Taste Chef Demos
|Taste of Montpelier
|Taste of Montpelier Food Festival
|The Taste of Montpelier will bring the best of Vermont’s culinary scene to the heart of its capital city.
|Taste of Montpelier Performers
|Tessera Therapeutic Massage
|Learn more about Tessera Therapeutic Massage at Montpelier Alive.
|Thai restaurants in Montpelier, Vermont
|Thai restaurants in Montpelier, Vermont
|The Drawing Board
|Learn more about The Drawing Board
|The Frozen Onion: A Fat Bike Revolution
|From my house, situated on the river near the Mountain Bike trails, I see Fat Bikers pass by every day. As they move slowly down the frozen river, and cut up through the woods, I often wonder what the appeal is. As a Mountain Biker myself, I am tempted to give it a try, but I'm not sure I could give up a good ski day to get on my bike. I thought maybe Jen and Kip Roberts, co-owners of Onion River
|The Hunger Mountain Co-op Brown Bag Summer Concert Series
|The Hunger Mountain Co-op Brown Bag Summer Concert Series is Montpelier Alive's series of FREE and fun lunch-time concerts! Join us for a diverse lineup of local and regional acts that are sure to delight!
|The North Branch Cafe
|Learn more about The North Branch Cafe
|Learn more about The Social at Montpelier Alive.
|The Taste of Montpelier Food Festival Returns to the Capital City October 7th
The Taste of Montpelier Food Festival, presented by Hunger Mountain Co-op, returns for its third year. This year it’s the main event of Montpelier’s Reopening Celebration! Taste features food trucks, vendors and artisans, chef demos, beer and cocktail gardens and street performers - this year’s Taste of Montpelier has it all! The main attraction, The Great Taste
|Things to See & Do in Montpelier
|Whether your passion is the great outdoors or a great night on the town, we invite you to come play in Montpelier and central Vermont.
|Three Penny Taproom
|Learn more about Three Penny Taproom at Montpelier Alive.
|Today in Montpelier
|Today in Montpelier - the latest news from Montpelier Alive
|Together Again: Supporting Community through Downtown Event Grants
|Montpelier Alive recognizes the importance of festivals and events, and how embedded they are in community life here. One way that we support these events is through our Downtown Event Grant Program.
|Top 10 Local Favorite Outdoor Adventures in Central Vermont
|Learn more about Union Mutual at Montpelier Alive.
|Vermont Evaporator Company
|Learn more about Vermont Evaporator Company at Montpelier Alive.
|Vermont History Museum
|Learn more about the Vermont History Museum
|Learn more about Vermont Mountaineers
|Vermont Mountaineers: Community Summer Baseball at its Finest
Montpelier is unique for so many reasons, including the endless recreation opportunities in and around the city. One of the many hidden gems in this town includes the historic grandstand and baseball field at the recreation area on Elm Street. The Mountaineers are proof that small towns can dream big!
|Vermont State House
|Learn more about the Vermont State House
|Vermont Tourism and Recreation
|Tourism and Recreation businesses and resources in Montpelier
|Vietnamese restaurants in Montpelier
|Visit Montpelier, Vermont — Montpelier Alive
|Discover all there is to see and do in Montpelier, Vermont. Business directory, attractions, events and more.
|Visiting Montpelier after the July 2023 Flood
On July 10th, devastating rains resulted in the North Branch of the Winooski River cresting more than 20 feet, filling business basements and retail spaces with floodwaters. More than 4,000 volunteers came to town to help businesses clean up and recover, with the goal of enabling our restaurants and retail stores to reopen as quickly as they can. The commun
|Volunteer for July 3rd
|We need your help! Our July 3rd Festivities would not be possible without the support of countless volunteers.
|Wellness & beauty services businesses
|Directory of wellness and beauty service businesses in Montpelier
|What's Make Music Day all About?
|Why Post Offices are crucial to the landscape of a healthy downtown
On January 8th, 2024, Ben Doyle, chair of the Montpelier flood of 2023 Commission and Montpelier’s congressional delegation called for a rally to restore its downtown post office, after the building which housed it was devastated during last summer’s historic flooding. Community members spanning all ages demonstrated their needs and frustrations in order to bri
|Why Shop Local?
I especially enjoy our downtown during the holiday season - the beautifully decorated historic buildings, the diversity of our downtown stores, the unique products they offer, and the delicious foods at cafes, restaurants, and bakeries to stay warm and visit with friends. Additionally just outside downtown, shoppers can enjoy skiing, sledding, hiking… in our incredible park
|Vermont is a leader in cold-hardy wine grapes. Discover our area's local gems.
|Winter in Montpelier
|Discover what Montpelier offers in the winter!
|Learn more about Woodbelly Pizza at Montpelier Alive.
|Woodbury Mountain Toys
|Learn more about Woodbury Mountain Toys
|Wrightsville Beach Offers More Than Just Swimming
From Kayaking to Disc Golf: Wrightsville Beach Offers More than Just Swimming Wrightsville Recreation District is known for its easy access and sandy beach, but it’s not just about swimming. Located in Middlesex just five miles from downtown Montpelier, the reservoir and recreation area offers a breadth of outdoor activities from kayaking to disc golf, bird watching, picnicking, or just lyin
|A page showing all your favorite Montpelier events, businesses, and stories.
|Zutano Outlet Store
|Learn more about Zutano Outlet Store