St Albans Vermont is located on Route 7 in Franklin County, in the Islands & Farms region of Vermont. The town of St. Albans completely surrounds the city of St. Albans, which was separated from the town and incorporated in 1902.
I-89 passes through St Albans on its way between Burlington and Swanton, Vermont. The City of St Albans is only 15 miles from Vermont's border with Quebec and is the northern terminus of the "Vermonter" Amtrak route
St Albans, known as the "Maple Syrup Capital of the World" is home to the Vermont Maple Festival, held annually over the last weekend in April with exhibits, demonstrations, entertainment, a craft show, and more, all dedicated to maple syrup.
Vermont Maple Festival is a fun filled family event. Come to the exhibit Hall to see the contest winners of Maple products, maple cooking contest and Cooking demos, great food and Maple Store. Jump on the bus for a sugar house tour, great music at the main street stage, great food, photo contest, Maple Beverage tasting. Enjoy a craft show, antique show, Youth Talent show, pancake breakfast or the Grand Parade. Children's entertainment and face painting.
Come enjoy Vermont Maple at its finest. Maple products contest, cooking contest, sugarhouse tours, craft shows, antique shows, youth talent contest, main Street entertainment, grand parade and Kids activities - so much more.
Three fun-filled days for everyone—preschoolers to seniors. Sugarhouse tours, entertainment, maple exhibits, beverage tasting, antique and craft shows, cooking demos, face painting, maple foods, pancake breakfasts, fiddlers and youth talent shows, carnival, Sap Run, historical museum, Taylor Park activities, delightful shops, vendor foods, maple treats, syrup sampling, and Grand Parade.