About WoodstockA resort and residential community, Woodstock is noted for its historic Federal-style homes and charming village green. Four local church bells were cast in Boston by either Paul Revere or a worker at his foundry.
Three covered bridges can be seen along scenic US 4. The Middle Bridge stands on Union Street; the Taftsville Bridge stands 3 miles east of the village; and the Lincoln Bridge is in West Woodstock, 4 miles west.
Although it is best known for skiing, Woodstock also offers summer recreation, including golf, horseback riding and hiking. Holiday decorations and lights create a magical atmosphere during Woodstock's well-known Wassail Weekend the second weekend in December; the festivities include caroling, carriage rides and a parade with horseback riders in 19th-century garb.
Visitor Centers Woodstock Area Chamber of Commerce 34 Mechanic St. Woodstock, VT 05091. Phone:(802)457-3555 or (888)496-6378
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