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Situated on the Winooski and North Branch Rivers which wind through the City, Montpelier is the heart of Vermont.
Organized as a town in 1791 and made the permanent Capitol of Vermont in 1805, Montpelier VT offers a variety of historic, recreational, educational and cultural activities.
Each season brings something unique and exciting to Vermont's Capitol City.
Montpelier's year begins with the convening of the Legislature, an active time in the beautiful gold domed Capitol. As the days get longer towards springtime, maple sugaring begins and a visit to one of the many sugar houses is a must.
Summer brings the smell of fresh mown hay from the fields of our local dairy farms. Try picking your own strawberries or buy them at the 'Farmers Market' at the Jailhouse Common. Summer festivals and sidewalk sales give way to the crowning glory of Vermont's seasons.
Autumn must be seen to be believed and fall foliage activities abound throughout the area. The pristine beauty of winter snow completes the cycle and Montpelier turns into "The Christmas City".
During the winter, the Inn at Montpelier can provide you with the latest ski information. Ski and other equipment is available in the city center and can be rented.
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We are located in the center of Montpelier; our address is 147 Main St., Montpelier, VT 05602.
If you are having difficulty locating us, feel free to use directions from Google Maps or give us a call at (802) 223-2727.