Nature Is Reclaiming This One Abandoned Vermont Spot And It’s Hauntingly Beautiful

The Hyde Manor was once the crown jewel of Sudbury, Vermont. A massive hotel built with the best materials and furnishings, adding to the list of beautiful and old buildings in Vermont, it was a playground for the wealthy to ski, golf, or gamble the days away.  Not one, but two fires ruined the magnificent structure, making it one of the most abandoned places in Vermont. After five generations of family ownership, the hotel now lies dormant, unsafe for even the bravest of explorers. After years of neglect, nature is finally reclaiming this once grand place, but the stories and history continue to be told.

We’re aware that these uncertain times are limiting many aspects of life as we all practice social and physical distancing. While we’re continuing to feature destinations that make our state wonderful, we don’t expect or encourage you to go check them out immediately. We believe that supporting local attractions is important now more than ever and we hope our articles inspire your future adventures! And on that note, please nominate your favorite local business that could use some love right now: https://www.onlyinyourstate.com/nominate/

Please note, while the Hyde Manor may never be revived like it was at its peak, this is not an abandoned property and trespassing is not allowed, nor is it safe. We are fortunate to have these pictures to give you insight to both the story behind this magnificent manor, as well as views of what it has become today.

Vermont history is full of strange and interesting twists and developments. Which creepy places in Vermont do you know about? Let us know below in the comments section. We would love to hear from you!

Looking for more abandoned places to learn about in Vermont? Check out this road trip that will take you to some awesome abandoned places in Vermont.

Address: Sudbury, VT 05733, USA
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June 17, 2020

What are the scariest haunted attractions in Vermont?

There is something about scary and haunted places that is so captivating. From the eerie history to the trepidation you feel when you hear a scary and haunted story, these places will give you an adrenaline kick. Emily’s bridge, a bridge that is supposedly haunted by a girl named Emily, is a place that continually haunts Vermonters. The legend has it that she died a horrendous death at the bridge and now her spirit presides around the bridge and haunts those who go to the bridge. Another haunted attraction in Vermont is the Eddy House in Chittendon. The house and the family have a long history of eerie and scary behavior, full of ghosts, haunted rooms, and a terrifying family history.

Can I visit any abandoned places in Vermont?

Yes you can, but it depends on the area and attraction. Not all abandoned places in Vermont can be visited. For some places, it will not be safe to enter, but you can still get a view of these places from the exterior. With other places, though, you will be able to enter and explore the abandoned place. If you are interested in checking out abandoned places, this article here about a scary road trip will lead you to some eerie and creepy spots in Vermont. Before visiting any place like this, make sure you are being safe and responsible. Time to start exploring!

Are there other creepy and eerie towns in Vermont?

Yes! Lewiston and Somerset are two small towns in Vermont that have an eerie and scary history. And perhaps the most well-known town in Vermont for having ghosts and spirits is Stowe. According to locals, several ghost stories have been told about this resort town in the Green Mountains. If you are looking for more abandoned places in Vermont, take a look at this article here of 17 scary places that will haunt your dreams. Explore at your own risk. Happy haunted adventures!

Address: Sudbury, VT 05733, USA