5 Dreamy Covered Bridges in Vermont You Must See

5 Dreamy Covered Bridges in Vermont You Must See

#1 - Taftsville Covered Bridge

Located just outside of Woodstock, Taftsville is one of the oldest bridges in the state, dating back to 1836. 

#2 - Quechee Covered Bridge

The distinctive Quechee Covered Bridge, built in 1970 and spanning the Ottauquechee River, serves as an entrance to the town.

#3 - Creamery Covered Bridge

Not far from downtown Brattleboro, lies the Creamery Covered Bridge – a beautiful structure that harkens back to a time gone by.

#4 - Windsor Cornish Covered Bridge

Built in 1866, the Windsor Cornish Bridge connects the towns of Windsor, Vermont, and Cornish, New Hampshire.

#5 - Arlington Green Covered Bridge

Built in 1852 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this bridge is one of Vermont’s oldest.