Vermont January 29, 2017
The Most Criminally Overlooked Town In Vermont And Why You Need To Visit
We all love Vermont, so naturally we will have a certain fondness for the town that is known as the “Birthplace of Vermont.” That’s right, Windsor just may be the most overlooked town in VT. Let’s take a closer look at the things you’ll find – and fall in love with – in this great town in Windsor County.
Welcome to Windsor!
There is so much to see and do here.
Windsor offers a self guided walking tour featuring over 40 historic structures throughout the community.
Six signs located through the community feature narratives on 12 locations.
Each sign even has a QR code with an audio file for smart phone users.
Memorials to the rich history are throughout the town.
Hike, paddle, bike, fish, snowshoe and ride in Windsor.
You'll find four seasons of outdoor fun here.
Calling all history buffs!
Here the constitution of the “Free and Independent State of Vermont” was adopted at the tavern of Elijah West on July 8, 1777.
Enjoy the fresh air at Great River Outfitters.
Winter brings fat biking and dog sledding.
You'll love the whimsical Path Of Life Sculpture Garden!
Take a closer look at this magical place
Grab a bite to eat a a train themed restaurant while you're in town.
The Windsor Station has great food in a wonderfully eclectic setting.
Windsor’s quaint shops on Main Street offer exceptional opportunities to purchase one of a kind items.
A view of Windsor from above.
Check out this wonderful video of Windsor shot by Green Mountain Drone. VIDEO
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