Fall Is The Perfect Time To Visit This Historic Mountain Town In Vermont
Grafton is a small town in southern Vermont that’s tucked between the stunning mountains that make the state so special. With a population of under 1,000 residents, there’s plenty to do and learn when you visit this quaint town in the Green Mountain State.
Grafton is so much more than a quintessential New England town. Founded in 1754, Grafton is home to a public library, an inn that’s considered one of the oldest in the country, the infamous Grafton Village Cheese Shop, restaurants, and access to scenic views of the mountains. Read on to learn more about what you can do when you stop by this historic mountain town in southern Vermont during the fall.
To learn more about other historic and photogenic towns in Vermont that are nice to visit in the fall (or any time of year), take a look at why these 17 perfectly picturesque small towns in Vermont are so delightful.