Vermont January 25, 2018
14 Quintessential Vermont Towns With Charming White Steeple Churches
The scene is a common one in Vermont pictures and postcards wherever you go. The classic church steeple standing tall within the charming villages throughout the Green Mountain State. Whether you’re religious or not, it’s impossible to not fall in love with the quintessential charm of the white church steeples of Vt. There are plenty to find in Vermont and each is wonderfully unique, so let’s take a look at a few of these beauties, shall we?
1. Plymouth Notch
Plymouth Notch is a perfectly preserved town that embraces the birthplace of President Calvin Coolidge.
Why not pair your trip to see this steeple when the Tunbridge World's Fair is taking place each September? It's so much fun!
This famous scene is often pictured on postcards and prints. It's even more charming when there is a stunning contrast of the fall foliage against the white church.
You'll love the classic structures lining the town green in this tiny town.
This white church stands at attention in the charming town of Grafton.
6. Waits River
A barn, a steeple and the green mountains of Vermont... Perfection!
We love this beautiful silhouette of the Mead Chapel at twilight on the campus of Middlebury College.
It's not just the small towns that have lovely churches. Even the bustling downtown Church Street Marketplace has a steeple at the top commanding attention.
The pale colors on this church really pop against the bluebird sky here.
What a lovely shot of the First Congregational Church and Meetinghouse, located near the junction of Vermont Routes 30 and 35 in Townshend.
The bright red door is a welcoming punch of color in Underhill.
This stately steeple can be found in beautiful Bennington in Southern Vermont.
13. East Arlington
Arlington lies in the valley of Vermont between the Taconic Range to the west and the Green Mountains to the east, and that's where you'll find this gem.
Standing tall, this steeple in the NEK is a stunner.
If you enjoyed these church steeples in VT, you’ll absolutely love
this little known church in Newfane that is an absolute work of art.