This Vermont Christmas Town Is Straight Out Of A Norman Rockwell Painting

Did you know that Norman Rockwell lived in the small town of Arlington, Vermont during a period in his life? From 1939 through 1953, the acclaimed American painter made this charming town in Bennington County his home.  As you read on, it’ll be easy to see how Rockwell was inspired by the landscapes and subjects he saw every day. It’ll be easy to recognize how Arlington can be seen as a Norman Rockwell Christmas town too.

If you’d like to spend some time in Arlington, take Route 7A South if you’re coming from Manchester.


Now that you know more about Arlington, would you like to visit and see how it feels like a Norman Rockwell Christmas town in Vermont? For more ideas of where to visit in winter, take a look at these Vermont Christmas towns too.

Address: Arlington, VT 05250, USA

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