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Marlboro VT is a rural village: drive to the dot on the map and you'll find a church, a small town office, and a few houses.



West of Brattleboro are some of Vermont's—and all New England's—loveliest unspoiled villages, worthy of a few days' stay, or at least a meal or a rest stop.

Marlboro and Wilmington are on VT Route 9, about 11 miles (18 km) west of Brattleboro, in the direction of Bennington (map).

But that's about all, and so for many products and services you must drive to Brattleboro.

However, Marlboro College on the outskirts of the village, and its Marlboro Music School and Festival, have put Marlboro on Vermont's cultural map.

Dozens of country inns and restaurants in the area, however, provide well for travelers year round, as well as for festival visitors. More...

—by Tom Brosnahan

Marlboro Music Festival

About Marlboro

Where to Stay in Marlboro


Brattleboro Transportation




Southern Vermont

About Vermont



Marlboro, Vermont

The Congregational Church of Christ (1776) marks the center of Marlboro, Vermont.

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