Weston, Vermont

Weston Town office: 802-824-6645

Population: 501

Sq. miles: 35.2

Town Website: Weston-Vermont

Click here to view the Weston, Vermont Business Directory

Straddling scenic Route 100, with one foot firmly planted in the foothills of the Green Mountain National Forest, and the other in the fertile West River valley, Weston, Vermont has come to exemplify Vermont at its finest. Anchored by one of the most picturesque village greens in Vermont, the entire village of Weston is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Incorporated in 1799

With hills rising prominently on all sides and a crystal clear brook running through the center of town, the town of Weston, Vermont is a veritable looking glass back to 1799, the year the town was incorporated. Historic homes and antique shops, bountiful general store, museums, galleries, gardens, inns, artists, arborists and shops of all shapes and sizes grace the village’s main street and the roads that needle into the hills in every direction.

Dotted with hill farms and hideaways, studios and workshops, trailheads and historic sights, Weston, Vermont is the home of the iconic Vermont Country Store, The renowned Weston Playhouse (Vermont’s oldest professional theatre company), and the famous Weston Priory, a Benedictine monastery and one of the last of its kind.

The town of Weston offers unrivalled recreation, farm crafted cheeses, arts and culture, outstanding dining and lodging, and virtually everything the complete vacation getaway could possibly demand. You will find a visit to Weston a wonderful escape, a welcome respite and a surprising adventure!

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