Weston Vermont is a town located in Windsor County, in the "Southern Vermont" region of the state. A hidden gem among the Green Mountains of Vermont, Weston is a town for all seasons, interests and ages, and a relaxing, rewarding step back in time.
Centered around a village green complete with bandstand, Weston is one of Vermont's most picturesque villages. The Inn at Weston offers Romantic Getaways, Gourmet Dining, and a Glorious Site for Vermont Weddings, Honeymoons and Corporate Retreats.
During the warmer months visitors come from far and wide to visit the nationally renowned Vermont Country Store, the Weston Priory (a small Benedictine Monastery known world-wide for the singing voices of the Monks who live there), and the Weston Playhouse.
Weston is also very popular during the winter months because it is conveniently located within minutes of four major downhill ski areas (Bromley Mountain, Stratton Mountain, Magic Mountain, and Okemo Mountain), several cross-country ski touring centers, and snowmobile trails are abundant in the area.
Latitude / Longitude: 43.30 N / 72.79 W
Zip Code(s): 05161
Population (2009): 631
Elevation: 1295 feet | Land Area: 35.1 miles
Town Clerk: 802-824-6645
Nearest Major Hospitals: Springfield Hospital (27.4 miles E)
Nearest Major Airports: Rutland Southern Vermont Regional Airport (20.3 miles NW)
Amtrak Stations: Rutland (26.7 miles NW)
|Nearest Colleges/Universities: a branch of the Community College of Vermont is in Springfield (27.3 miles E)||Top Employers: Vermont Country Store|
|Tourist Attractions: Vermont Country Store, Farrar-Mansur House & Museum, The Weston Playhouse, The Benedictine Monks of Weston Priory, Weston Historical Society & Museum. Nearby: Magic Mountain (8.4 miles S), Okemo Mountain Resort (10.7 miles NE), Bromley Mountain (13.0 miles SW), Stratton Mountain (18.2 miles S)||Birthplace of: Aaron H. Cragin (1824-1898), US congressman & senator; Sam Lloyd (born 1963), actor; Hiram Sanford Stevens (1832-1893), US congressman.|
Beat the winter humdrum and join us at our entertaining Trivia nights on Wednesdays, now through March. Cocktails and the dinner buffet start at 5:30 PM, with Trivia starting at 7 PM sharp. .
Kirsten Childs’ Bella: An American Tall Tale is the winner of our tenth New Musical Award! Nominated by The Sundance Institute Theatre Program and commissioned by Playwrights Horizons, Bella explores the African-American experience in the Old West. Calling Childs “an under-appreciated gem of the American musical theatre,” nominator Janice Paran celebrates Bella’s “heart and hope and pizzazz.”