Vermont November 29, 2017
This Enchanting Town In Vermont Is Unlike Any Other In The World
Let’s face it. Every town in Vermont is unique, and each has their own set of surprises that make it awesome. Richmond is an enchanting town in VT that has so many varied things to see and do, and the combination of them all is what makes this place so special. Let’s take a look at some basics – as well as those extra things – you’ll find here.
Welcome to the lovely town of Richmond! Here you'll find good old fashioned charm...
Naturally a barn or two...
And, because it's in Vermont, spectacular sunset skies.
But let's take a look at some of the unique things you'll find here.
You can't help but admire the Old Round Church.
The Old Round Church is a rare and well preserved example of a sixteen-sided meeting house. It was built in 1813 to serve as the meeting place for the town as well as five Protestant congregations.
Grab a beer at the Stone Corral Brewery.
This family operated craft micro brewery and pub is a great place for a cold beer, delicious food and you may even catch some live music.
Richmond even has their very own ski hill!
The Cochran family opened its doors in 1961 and ski area has produced several Olympians (including a gold medalist), National Champions, US Ski Team Members, and more. Don't miss their version of Friday Night Lights.... $5 night skiing on Fridays! It's awesome!
You'll find incredible restaurants in Richmond such as the Kitchen Table Bistro.
Located in a charming 18th century brick building, this is where you want to go for Vermont farm fresh dining and a stellar wine list.
If it's something sweet you're craving, hop on over to Sweet Simones.
From sweet to savory, this place knows how to quench a craving. It's also as good a cup of coffee (or espresso or cappuccino) as you can get!
Admire the beautiful Huntington Gorge...
But we suggest doing that from afar!
This enchanting town in VT is worth the trip, but we would recommend being ultra careful when checking out Huntington Gorge. It has
a deadly past that’s terrifying, but true.