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Rutland, Vermont is the largest city in Vermont that is not located on, or near, either of the state's two major Interstate highways. Instead, US Routes 4 and 7 intersect in Rutland and are a major connection to destinations throughout the Northeast.

Rutland City is surrounded by the town of Rutland, which is a separate municipality, and the downtown area of the city is listed as a historic district on the National Register of Historic Places.

Rutland Lodging and Dining in Rutland

The City of Rutland offers many options for your Vermont vacation, from luxury Rutland VT hotels to affordable motels in Rutland VT, and more. There are also many wonderful places to eat in Rutland, from fine dining to casual restaurants in Rutland. Whether you are in town for business or pleasure, you'll enjoy your stay in Rutland, Vermont.

Rutland Weddings and Conferences in Rutland

Rutland has all the resources you'll need to plan your perfect event in Vermont. Whether you're planning a small wedding in Rutland VT, a local family reunion in the Rutland area, or a business conference in Rutland, you'll find the perfect location and amenities to host your events in Rutland Vermont.

Rutland Real Estate

Rutland offers beautiful property for visitors and newcomers to stay or live in Vermont, from farmhouses to condominiums and more. Whether you're looking for a vacation rental in Rutland, or a Rutland house for sale, real estate in Rutland VT may have just what you're looking for.

Things to do in Rutland

Rutland is a four-season paradise located in the heart of the Green Mountains with many fun things to do in Rutland and the surrounding area. From skiing at nearby Killington Resort to shopping in Rutland's historic downtown, there's always something to do in Rutland. Enjoy the breathtaking fall foliage each year and don't miss the well-known Rutland Halloween Parade near the end of October.

As you can tell, Rutland is a great place to stay and live. From outdoor activities and scenic views, to shopping and fine restaurants, Rutland Vermont has it all!

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Quick Facts About Rutland City

County: Rutland
Lat / Long: 43.61 N / 72.97 W
Zip Code(s): 05701, 05702
Incorporated: 1892
Population (2010): 16,495
Elevation: 648 feet
Land Area: 7.64 miles
 
Town Clerk: 802-773-8901
(City Clerk: 802-773-1800)
Nicknames: Marble City
Major Hospitals: Rutland Regional Medical Center
Major Airports: Rutland Southern Vermont Regional Airport
Amtrak Stations: Rutland (RUD)
 
Colleges/Universities: a branch of the Community College of Vermont, College of St Joseph. Nearby: Green Mountain College (13.2 miles NE), Castleton State College (14.4 miles W)
 
Top Employers: Rutland Regional Medical Center, GE Aircraft Engines - Rutland Operation, Casella Waste Systems Inc, Green Mountain Power (formerly Central Vermont Public Service Corp), Carris Reels
 
Birthplace of: James E. Burke (born 1925), CEO of Johnson & Johnson; John Deere (1804-1886), blacksmith & founder of Deere & Company; Aaron Lewis (born 1972), lead singer of the band Staind; Dan Tyminski (born 1967), bluegrass composer, vocalist & instrumentalist; Jim Jeffords (born 1934), US senator; Robert Stafford (1913-2006), US congressman, senator & 71st Governor of Vermont; Suzy Chaffee (born 1946), Olympic skier & actress; Andrea Mead Lawrence (1932-2009), first American to win two gold Olympic skiing medals.
 

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Nearby Cities and Towns:

Region 7: Rutland-Killington | Rutland Town | Proctor (2.2 miles NW) | Pittsford (2.7 miles NW) | Mendon (2.2 miles NE) | Clarendon (2.2 miles S) | Shrewsbury (2.9 miles SE) | West Rutland (2.0 miles W)

Vermont Events in April


The Art of Technology - Exhibit 3/5/21 - 4/16/21

The Exhibit will feature: -Peter Wallis with animation and art in two of our first-floor galleries. As an artist, he is interested in where the sacred and mundane exist in a liminal space of the past, present and dreams. His work is a collection of objects and places set in a landscape of memory that connects these objects to where he has been and where he is going. This recent body of work is a bildungsroman series that tells the story of his childhood in Vermont and Maine with the layers of history of New England and California coming together in a shared space. -Robert Gold, solo gallery with photography of images. His photographs use combined technologies and accidental discoveries, plus good old fashioned free hand all combined. -Robert Waldo Brunelle Jr. pieces of kinetic art. -Castleton University Art Department with student work and a unique light display in many of the mansion windows. Chaffee artist members will also have work on display and for sale in the upstairs galleries, as well as in the Gallery Shoppe that is filled with handmade treasures and gift ideas for any occasion, or even for yourself! This exhibit will be up until April 16th. As we celebrate 60 years as an art center in the Rutland Community, we also invite you to join as an artist, single or family member to help the Chaffee to continue to inspire and cultivate creativity, while positively impacting the vitality of our community through the arts. Visit the Chaffee during open hours to experience the beauty of the 1890’s historic building and the wonderful works of art throughout, plus our Gallery Shoppe! While here, picture your next event, bridal shower, wedding, meeting, or retreat being held in our beautiful 1890’s mansion, fondly known by its first owners as Sunny Gables. Hours: Thursday and Friday Noon to 4pm; Saturday 10am to 2pm. Private appointments available by request. Check out www.chaffeeartcenter.org and the Chaffee Art Center Facebook page for updates, call 802.775.0356, info@chaffeeartcenter.org, or stop in to the Chaffee Art Center at 16 South Main Street in Rutland, VT.


Submissions for 60th Annual Art in the Park 3/5/21 - 8/5/21

We are accepting applications for our 60th Annual Art in the Park Festivals scheduled August 14 & 15 and October 9 & 10. The Chaffee Art Center invites you to apply to our 60th Annual Summer and Fall Art in the Park Festivals featuring fine artists and craft persons, Vermont vineyards/breweries/distilleries, specialty foods, food concessions, kid’s activities, and musical entertainment. Shows will be held rain (snow)or shine in Main Street Park at Junction of Routes 4 & 7 in Rutland, Vermont. Estimated attendance 6000+. Shows draw attendees from Vermont and adjacent states plus tourists who travel to/through Vermont. Exhibitors consistently report good sales and a high degree of satisfaction with the events.


Annual Amateur Photo Contest 4/16/21 - 4/17/21

Amateur photographers only, all ages welcome. Photos 8” x 10”and taken by the person submitting, mount/ frame photos if possible. Photo must not be staged or altered by photo editing software, resizing/cropping accepted. $10 donation for up to 3 photos requested and due upon delivery. Prioritize photos in order of preference as space limited and submitted photos are not guaranteed to be hung. Drop-off: April 16th Noon-4pm and April 17th 10am-2pm. For contest form: info@chaffeeartcenter.org


Annual Amateur Photo Contest OPENING 4/23/21 - 4/23/21

Annual Amateur Photo Contest as part of 14th Annual Student Exhibit & Digital Expression: "Expressions of Me" Opening April 23rd with reserved time slots: The Exhibit OPENING will be on April 23rd from 4-6:30pm with reserved time slots (4pm, 4:30pm, 5pm, 5:30pm, 6pm, with more added if needed).


Annual Student Exhibit & Digital Expression: Expressions of Me OPENING 4/23/21 - 6/4/21

The Chaffee Art Center is proud to again showcase young artists from dozens of Vermont schools and homeschoolers for this Annual Student Exhibit. We take great pleasure in creating an opportunity for these talented young people to be inspired by seeing their artwork, and the works of others, displayed in our professional gallery housed in an historic 1890’s mansion. This year’s theme, Expressions of Me, encourages students to create works that reflect themselves…how they feel, how they see things… Entries in all of the arts are encouraged (art medium, theater, culinary, poetry, music, literature and more). Only works by students in pre-school and grades K – 12 are eligible for this show. Vermont public, private, and home school groups are all invited to participate. Delivery of work to Chaffee on April 15, 16, 17.


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