Bennington is a town in Bennington County, Vermont, United States. The population was 15,764 at the 2010 census. By population, Bennington is the largest town in southern Vermont, the third-largest town in Vermont (after Essex and Colchester), and the sixth-largest municipality in the state (after Burlington, Essex, Rutland, Colchester, and South Burlington). Bennington is home to the Bennington Battle Monument, which is the tallest structure in the state of Vermont.
Bennington Battle Monument – The Bennington Battle Monument is dedicated to the famous Battle of Bennington, that took place during the Revolutionary war in 1777.
Bennington Center for the Arts – The Bennington Center for the Arts brings world-class fine art, history and theatre. The Center’s permanent art collection, sales exhibitions and exhibits available to visitors throughout the year.
Bennington Museum – The Bennington Museum is known by having largest collection of Grandma Moses art and memorabilia available to the public.
Pangaea restaurant – A beautiful place, in the middle of Bennington, the chef Bill Scully brings to the table the finest and fresh flavors in town. It has received lots of mentions of the greatest journals and magazines in the US likes the NY Times.
Allegro ristorante – A smooth restaurant that provides the best of Italian cuisine, great staff and the reactions of the costumers are very positive.
The Equinox Resort & Spa – This is a AAA-Four Diamond Resort, very beautiful with a lot of activities, good for individuals and families. They bring out the best of the best with a golf court, falcon experiences and land rover driving school.
Four Chimneys Inn – The Four Chimneys Inn and Restaurant is a wonderfully inviting New England inn situated on eleven magnificent acres in the historic neighborhood of Old Bennington.
Arlington Inn – This was a private home of Martin Chester Deming, then the home was purchased by the Bottom’s in the 1920’s and opened its doors as, The colonial Inn, a Vermont summer hotel. Today travelers will find four buildings on the National Historic Register.
Hildene – Hildene was built in Manchester,Vermont in 1905 by Robert Todd Lincoln, son of Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln.
MASS MoCA – MASS MoCA is now one of the world’s premier centers of making and showing the best of contemporary art .
Sterling And Francine Clark Art Institute – The collections focus almost exclusively on European and American painting, sculpture and decorative art from the Renaissance to the early twentieth century.
Interior Home Design
Ceil Petrucelli Interiors – they are a small design company that offers a range of interior design and decorating services, including project management. They specialized in timeless, classic interiors, which are warm, welcoming, comfortable, and a reflection of our clients’ personal tastes and lifestyles.
Hubbard Hall Projects – Multi-arts Center offering professional theater, opera, classes, workshops, forums, visual arts & more.