10 Top Reasons to Visit St. Johnsbury
- Downtown St. Johnsbury - Boutiques, restaurants, artisan galleries and much more to delight every shopper!
- St. Johnsbury Athenaeum - Housed in a remarkable 1871 building designated a National Historic Landmark, the Athenaeum serves both as the town's library and an authentic 19th century-style art gallery. Albert Bierstadt's enormous painting, "The Domes of the Yosemite," is the centerpiece of the collection.
- Dog Chapel - Created by late artist Stephen Huneck, this unique homage to dogs and other pets attracts visitors from around the world.
- Maple Grove Museum - Experience Vermont maple sugaring and sample maple candy made with vintage equipment at the "maple center of the world."
- Burke Mountain - Exciting skiing and snowboarding only a 20-minute drive from downtown. Also home to music festivals, camping, hiking and magnificent fall foliage views.
- Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium - Superb natural science collections, housed in a landmark Victorian building.
- St. Johnsbury Country Club - Lush and beautiful, The St. J Country Club offers a challenging course and reasonable rates.
- St. Johnsbury Academy - Acclaimed secondary school that combines the best of private and public education. Outstanding campus and facilities.
- Kingdom Trails - Extensive network of scenic recreational trails maintained for mountain biking and hiking in the spring, summer and fall, and for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter.
- The beautiful Northeast Kingdom - St. Johnsbury is the gateway to the northeastern part of Vermont, often referred to as "The Northeast Kingdom."
And there's much more to discover in and around St. Johnsbury...