Introduction to St. Albans, Vermont
St. Albans, Vermont, in Franklin county, is 144 miles N of Schenectady, New York and 197 miles NW of Boston, Massachusetts. The city is considered part of the Burlington metropolitan area. St. Albans has a population of 7,650.
St. Albans History
St. Albans is the county seat of Franklin County. The county was created in 1777 at the time when Vermont separated itself from New York and became a separate state. The city of St. Albans is said to have been named in honor of the Duke of Saint Albans.
St. Albans and nearby Attractions
- Cumberland Bay State Park
- Smugglers Notch State Park
- Clinton County Historical Museum
- Knight Point State Park
- Shelburne Museum
- 1812 Homestead Farm/Museum
Things To Do In St. Albans
Nearby golf courses include the Arrowhead Golf Course and the Wilcox Cove Golf Course. Local churches include Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church, the First Baptist Church and the Saint Mary’s Parish Church. The city celebrates the Vermont Maple Festival every April.
St. Albans Transportation
Burlington International Airport is located nearby.
St. Albans Higher Education
Norwich University, Suny College at Plattsburgh and Dartmouth College are the local colleges.