Brandon, Vermont
Brandon Farmers Market on the Green
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Brandon has Great Hiking!
Winter in a Small Town is Beautiful
One of Brandon's Many Waterfalls
Covered Bridge
The Green Mountains

 

“Unhurried, unspoiled, and unforgettable”

Festivals and farmers markets on the lively green in front of The Brandon Inn

Guests stroll out the front door of The Brandon Inn into the center of Brandon’s compact downtown. From there, visitors may browse a variety of small, independent shops, grab a bite to eat at one of the many dining options, or sample local craft beers and wines. Two downtown parks offer dramatic waterfall views and all provide great locations for relaxation and people-watching.

Year-round events in Brandon ensure that everyone is entertained, from farmers markets to harvest festivals, and parades to concerts. The town’s weekly summer concert series even happens in the new bandstand behind The Brandon Inn!

Brandon has 243 buildings on the National Historic Register, and the self-guided Walking Tour takes visitors back a century or two as they meander through the town’s tree lined streets. The architecture, history, and colorful former residents can be explored further at the The Brandon Museum and Visitor Center. Located in the birthplace of Stephen A Douglas, the “Little Giant,” visitors can learn about Brandon’s famous son, the history of the town, and more.

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The Moosalamoo National Recreation Area is a favorite for outdoor enthusiasts.

Nicknamed “The Heart and Soul of Vermont,” Brandon is centrally located and home to an abundance of artists. The thriving artist community encompasses both the visual and performing arts. Brandon’s art scene can be experienced at the Brandon Artists GuildBrandon Music, Compass Music and Arts Center, and Barn Opera in its brand new home.

Within just a few miles of downtown Brandon, there is world-class biking, hiking, boating, golfing, fishing, and skiing. Both the Moosalamoo National Recreation Area and RASTA trail network are an outdoor lovers’ paradise, with four-season activities. In the winter, The Brandon Inn is a popular spot for downhill skiers visiting Killington, Pico, or Middlebury College Snowbowl. Cross-country skiers enjoy Blueberry Hill and Rikert Nordic Center, both a short drive from Brandon.

For more information about everything there is to see or do in the Brandon area, visit the Brandon Chamber website.