The term “weird” can be used to describe many things. What’s weird to some might not be to others.  But I think Vermont has a variety of weird things that we can all agree are… well, weird.  And sometimes a little creepy too. Let’s take a look at these 18 unique places in Vermont!

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What are some unique places in Vermont that you have visited? Do you know of any other weird or unique things to do in Vermont?  Share with friends and see if they agree that Vermont is the most wonderful kind of weird!

And for a few unique places in Vermont where you can spend the night, check out these 13 overnight destinations.

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What are the most haunted places in Vermont?

There’s a place called Emily’s Bridge in Stowe, and this bridge belongs on any list of haunted places in Vermont. According to legend, the bridge is haunted by Emily’s ghost. Emily died a cruel and gruesome death at the bridge and her ghost continues to haunt people to this day. So, beware if you cross this spooky bridge. Another scary and haunted place in Vermont is the Glastonbury Mountain in Glastonbury, Vermont. Apparently there have been several unsolved and creepy disappearances of hikers and wanders on the mountain. Needless to say, go at your own risk.

What are the most unique towns in Vermont? 

The state capital of Vermont, Montpelier, is a very interesting and unique city in Vermont. Montpelier is, in fact, the smallest U.S. capital city with roughly 8,000 residents. The city is also fascinating due to its small-town charm, lack of big box stores, and position. Another unique town in Vermont is Barre. With granite quarries and odd marble statues, this place is incredibly unique. The city is also made up of four small unincorporated villages. For more information about the interesting town of Barre, check out this article here

What are the scariest haunted attractions in Vermont?

Vermont has plenty of fun and haunted attractions to visit. The scariest attraction award has to go to the terrifying Eddy House in Chittenden. This place was home to a mysterious and eerie family who conjured up spirits and were involved with creepy and dark beings. The Eddy House, which is now the location of the High Life Ski Club Lodge, has a dark and bizarre history. Another haunted place in Vermont is The Quechee Inn at Marshland Farm. Many locals have claimed to be haunted by the former owner’s ghosts throughout the property, so be on alert if you dare to make a visit.