Windsor Area Attractions
The Town of Windsor, Vermont
Get to know the town of Windsor, Vermont and its place in Vermont's history. Click here for recreational opportunites and visitors information.
Old Constitution House
The historic site of the Vermont Constitution signing in 1777. Open for tours on weekends from Memorial Day to Columbus Day.
American Precision Museum
A museum of early precision manufacturing in the U.S. Open daily from late May to late October with by-donation admission on Sundays.
Windsor-Cornish Covered Bridge
Spanning the Connecticut River between Windsor, VT and Cornish, NH, this covered bridge is the longest wood bridge in the U.S. and the longest two-span covered bridge in the world.
Queechee and Windsor, Vermont. Hand-blown Irish glass factory with showroom, store, and restaurant (in Quechee).
Brewery tours Friday to Sunday. Craft beer tastings and restaurant open all week.
John P. Larkin Country Club
Nine-hole golf course, open to the public.
St. Gaudens National Historic Site
Across the river in Cornish, New Hampshire. Explore the home, gardens and studio of the great American sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens.