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Whether you use St Johnsbury as a base for explorations of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, or whether you spend just an hour or two here, the town boasts several outstanding things to see and do.


After a stop at the St Johnsbury Welcome Center, head west on US Route 2 up the hill to Main Street and the town's civic center, with its courthouse, town hall, post office, churches, and these two institutions worthy of visits:

St Johnsbury Athenaeum

Right at the top of the hill, the proudly Victorian St Johnsbury Athenaeum (tel 802-748-8291), 1171 Main Street, rises to meet you. The Athenaeum is a combination library and art gallery founded in 1871 as a gift from Horace Fairbanks. More...

Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium

Just a block to the north of the Athenaeum at 1302 Main Street, the Fairbanks Museum of Natural Science was a gift (1891) of Franklin Fairbanks, who collected many of the museum's exhibits himself. Now known as the Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium, it is a unique resource in northern Vermont. More...

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Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium, St Johnsbury, Vermont

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