Brandon is a town in Southern Vermont with a population of 4,000 people. The town is known for its vibrant arts scene, including several well known artists who reside there.
Route 7 runs north-south and serves as the main road through town. Route 73 runs east-west.
- Brandon Artist's Guild, 7 Canter St., ☏ . The Brandon Artist's Guild gallery features rotating exhibits of artwork from local artists.
- Moosalamoo National Recreation Area. Part of the Green Mountain National Forest, the recreation area offers hiking, camping, swimming, berry picking, and a host of other outdoor activities for visitors to enjoy.
- Café Provence, 11 Center St., ☏ . Restaurant, bar, and bakery offering excellent French cuisine.
- Brandon Inn, 20 Park St., toll-free: . Located in the center of town and across from the village green, the family-owned inn is full of Vermont charm. The inn has been operating since 1786 and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
|Routes through Brandon|
|Burlington ← Middlebury ←||N S||→ Rutland → Pittsfield|
|Jct W E ← Jct N S ←||W E||→ Rochester → Ends at|