Vermont April 12, 2018
The Unique Village In Vermont Where Time Stands Still
Grafton is known for having one of the prettiest villages in all of Vermont. Perhaps what’s most magical about this picture perfect place is that it looks just like it did many years ago, thanks to the residents and the Windham Foundation who have lovingly restored the historic buildings. You’ll simply love a stroll along the tree lined streets and popping into shops and museums in this unique village in VT where time stands still.
Spring is coming, so why not get away from it all and spend some time in Grafton?
The Grafton Inn was founded in 1801, and is a quintessential Vermont country inn.
Barns aren't just in the countryside in Grafton! This fine specimen stands tall and proud for all to see as part of the historic inn located in the village.
Be sure to make a stop at the Grafton Village Store and MKT: Grafton.
You'll find loads of treasures here.
If you're hungry, MKT: Grafton has got you covered with delicious and freshly made goods.
The classic church steeple stands at attention in the town.
There are charming buildings throughout such as the old fire station.
Enjoy the galleries and museums such as the Gallery North Star.
This gallery is just a short walk from the inn and has a wide variety of paintings, sculptures and pottery from local artists The gallery itself is beautiful and the owners are delightful, too.
Taste the samples and get some cheese to go at the Grafton Village Cheese.
Then take a look at the McWilliam Covered Bridge.
The bridge was built in 1967 by the Grafton Cheese Company and you can find it at the back of thier parking lot.
Stock up on your pure VT maple syrup straight from a sugar shack.
Plummer's Sugar House is located at 2866 Townshend Road and is a pretty sweet stop.
Get some fun exercise on the trails.
The Grafton Trails & Outdoor Center has plenty of walking trails as well as mountain biking. It just keeps getting better in Grafton!