Discover Downtown St. Albans. All are welcome here.

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There are wonderful & unique options for shopping, dining and beauty throughout Downtown St. Albans.
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What's Going On Downtown

The Festival of Trees, Holiday Raffle, and more! We have fabulous annual events and fun daily happenings throughout Downtown.
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Aldis Hill & Hard'ack

Hike, ski, sled and bike the trails at Aldis Hill Park and at Hard'ack Recreation Area, with its nearly 700 feet of rope tow, providing great local access for families to enjoy a Vermont tradition.
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Missisquoi Bike Trail

Whether you like to walk, run, ski, bike, or hop on your snowmobile, a trip on the Missisquoi Valley Rail Trail takes you into the heart of Northern Vermont’s agricultural open lands.
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Locally Grown

Farmer's Market

Located in Taylor park every Saturday during the summer, May - October, the Farmer's Market offers locally grown produce, crafts, and more.
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Are you planning a visit to Vermont?

Visit the beautiful Saint Albans historic downtown and all that it has offer. From Retailers to Restaurants, Services to Sweet Treats, and so much more. Since 1902 Saint Albans downtown has the destination and home for visitors and residents alike. Only 5 minutes from the Saint Albans Marina and Interstate 89, Downtown Saint Albans is easy to find.


Walking the street of St. Albans takes you back in time - from Taylor Park, where militia drilled in colonial days to the lake where steamboats brought bootleg liquor into the village.

Chartered as a village in 1763, St. Albans' position near the Canadian border brought trade, prosperity, and challenges to the community. Most famous, of course, was the St. Albans Raid, when a Confederate group raided the village in 1864, stealing from the bans, shooting several citizens, raising the Confederate flag and attempting to burn down the town.

Not all was war and struggle, however. The impressive brick building which housed the headquarters of the Central Vermont Railway still graces downtown, along with a number of other Victorian buildings including the Waugh opera house, the old foundry, and St. Albans iconic "ladies" - a beautiful fountain in the park.

During the summer, don't miss the St. Albans Museum and its rotating exhibits of local history.

Contact Us 

St. Albans Downtown Program
PO Box 867
100 North Main Street
Saint Albans, VT 05478

(802) 524-1500 ext. *259

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