Burlington – Burlington is home to famous jam band Phish. The city is Vermont’s most populous area. Burlington is located on the water, with views of the Adirondacks.
Montpelier – Montpelier is the capital of Vermont. It is the only capital city in the country that does not have a McDonald’s restaurant. The downtown area is known for its small restaurants and bookstores.
Rutland City – 108 buildings in Rutland City are listed in the National Register of Historic Places. The city was once one of the largest producers of marble in the world. Rutland City was founded in 1892.
South Burlington – South Burlington is known for its excellent schools, but also has very high taxes for its residents. An area in South Burlington known as “Red Rocks” provides housing on a public beach.
Vergennes – Vergennes has two schools, one is an elementary school and one is a high school. The city also has an opera house, and is one of the smallest and oldest cities established in the US.
Winooski – Winooski was once a large center for processing wool. The city has many different waterfalls throughout. Winooski is an Indian word for “this is where the wild onions grow”.
Bennington – Bennington is known for a large battle fought during the Revolutionary War near the city. Today there is a monument there to memorialize the battle. Bennington is known for its pottery and textiles.
Westmore – Westmore is a tiny town in Vermont with only around 300 residents. The town is located on beautiful Lake Willoughby. Westmore is a popular place for people to visit the local bed and breakfasts.
Arlington – Arlington lies in a valley between two different mountain ranges. The city is covered by less than one percent water. Arlington has a population of around 2,400 residents.
Bethel – Bethel is best known for its source of white granite. The granite there has been used to built the US Capitol building and the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C.
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