The Town of Grafton is (without a doubt) a small, quaint, picturesque village. It is one of the smallest towns in Windham County, with a population of approximately 650.
Nestled in the mountains of southern Vermont, Grafton is one of New England’s prettiest villages. Many of its beautiful and historic buildings have been restored by its residents and the Windham Foundation, so today’s town looks much as it did years ago.
Grafton’s uniqueness comes from being a real town – not a museum like re- creation – with its citizens being its most valuable resource. It is a vibrant community, still holding the traditional Town Meeting with participation from a wonderfully diverse population of 600 people.
As winter approaches, the beauty and serenity of Grafton comes forth. Stroll the village bathed in winter whites, a literal snowglobe come to life. Warm your self sitting by a fire and basking the glory of the season.
Come walk our village streets. Visit our shops, galleries and museums. Linger a few days and you will experience the beauty that surrounds us in these hills and come to embrace our peace and quiet charm.