Vermont December 28, 2017
12 Enchanting Vermont Towns That Feel Like You’ve Fallen Into A Snow Globe
Arguably, any town in Vermont is worthy of a snow globe scene. We don’t disagree — it’s simply that picture perfect in our little corner of the Northeast. Here are some scenes from the 802 that are straight out of snow globe in VT. Get ready to start walking in a winter wonderland, folks!
From cheese to charm, everything you find here is picture perfect.
From the shops and eateries during the day to the warm glow from the windows at night, Manchester beckons you in for a warm cozy slumber.
The Old Round Church in winter is just
made for snow globes. It's stunningly serene!
The hundreds of thousands of twinkling lights on Burlington's Church Street Marketplace is pure magic. Add some glistening snow and you're in wonderland.
Woodstock, Vermont is famous for its charm year round, but when the holidays arrive, it's extra special.
Filled with history and charm, the town of Dorset embodies what small towns in New England strive for.
The hills are alive with quintessential charm in Stowe.
There's nothing quite like a classic covered bridge to set the scene for a Vermont backdrop.
Newhart? No! New
fane, as in Newfane, Vermont! Don't be surprised if you meet Larry, Darryl and Darryl here!
A winter horseback ride through the snow at Lajoie Stables is an experience of a lifetime.
The town green in Weston is charming any time of the year, but when the snow falls, it's like being in a real live snow globe. It's a simple, yet bucket list worth moment for sure!
Jay is one of the most Northernmost towns in Vermont, and when you're that far north, there's no place to go but up! Mountain top high, that is.