Visitors to Montpelier and Vermont can get a lot of useful help here on what to see and when and where to go. For hikers especially, the Green Mountain Club in Waterbury is also another excellent source of information. But the staff at the Department...More
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Good for an overview of Vermont tourist options. Staff very helpful. I needed info on hiking Camel's Hump and they photocopied a map of trails with descriptions. Plenty of parking in back for free. Worth a visit.
Be warned that in the winter months The Vermonter train from NYC arrives in Montpelier Vt after dark and the train station is almost 2 miles from civilation. The station will be closed. There is no public transportation unless the lone Montpelier taxi is arranged...More
The ride up to Camel's Hump State Park is a hoot-the mountain itself is a challenge to the great vertical relief and steepness of the upper ridges. Still, well worth the trip.
Desk personnel know Montpelier well and can expertly direct you to your destination. The information bookshelves and map racks are well organized and nicely stacked. Rooms are clean, well-lighted and bright. Service is swift and efficient. Overall a pleasant experience.
We visited Montepelier during our visit to Vermont in September. The staff recommended nearby shops for pottery and art work. There were fresh apples for all the visitors! The beautiful State House is across the street and beautiful on this fall day. A most enjoyable...More
The attendant was very friendly,provided all the information we needed. They have brochures and delicious apples.
we visited here several times and they were wonderful, friendly and very helpful - definitely suggest a visit to them
Stop by this information center. The staff is great, extremely helpful and friendly.they really can talk about the whole state with worthwhile information ND insight.
Montpelier is such a great little town. Make sure you go in the state house it is just gorgeous. Shopping is fun in the independently owned stores, The toy store is great as well as the book store. The New England Culinary Institute is located...More