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Vernon is a town in Connecticut.


  • Taken from Wikipedia article.
  • Vernon was incorporated in October 1808, from Bolton. Vernon was named after George Washington's Mount Vernon estate. Vernon contains the former city of Rockville, incorporated in January, 1889 and consolidated in January 1965.

Get in[edit]

  • I-84

Get around[edit]

  • Vernon has a small bus line.[1]
  • The sidewalk infrastructure is minimal; however, walking is common and viable.
  • Cars are the main mode of transport.


  • Arts Center East
  • Belding Wildlife Property
  • Gene Pitney Exhibit in Town Hall
  • New England Civil War Museum
  • Rails to Trails
  • Rockville Community Alliance
  • Rockville Farmers Market
  • Talcottville Historic District
  • Talcottville Ravine
  • Valley Falls Park
  • Vernon Historical Society
  • Victorian homes
  • Henry Park/Fox Hill Tower





Watch out for shady liquor stores.



Go next[edit]

Routes through Vernon
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