Life in Woodstock VT

Woodstock, Vermont is a charming, historic community in the heart of Vermont. The lush Village Green is surrounded by many historic buildings including a pink sandstone library that was built in the 1880s. Woodstock is also home to 5 Paul Revere bells as well as a Courthouse built in 1855, and so much more! Woodstock is a close-knit community with a thriving downtown that is regarded as one of the best places to retire in New England. Woodstock isn’t just for retirees, however, their great school system makes this community a great place to raise a family and its close proximity to larger cities such as Lebanon and Hanover, New Hampshire make it a great place to call home while enjoying a short commute.

Places to Visit in Woodstock

The Billings Farm & Museum has been a favorite among young and old in Woodstock, and the surrounding areas since 1983. Billings Farm was established in 1871 as a dairy farm and spanned nearly 1,000 acres by 1890. Today the working farm is open to the public. There are over 70 Hersey Cows,  six draft horses, a flock of Southdown sheep, oxen, farm life exhibits, and the original 1890 farm house at Billings Farm. Billings Farm offers education programs and activities to a variety of ages. You can visit Billings Farm throughout the year to learn more about the rural, agricultural heritage of Vermont. In the summer you will find animals grazing in fields, in the winter you will find sleigh rides and more around the property.

Woodstock Homes for Sale

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