Montpelier, Vermont is rich in nature and historical sites. It is home to the Camel's Hump, which is a mountain that is 4,083 feet high, and to the Hubbard Park at which one may take a stroll at. If one fancies going to the movies then the Capitol Theatre is at the tourist's disposal. This city also holds a statue of a Roman goddess as well as various museums making it a place of learning and relaxation.
Montpelier was chartered as a town in 1781 by the Vermont General Assembly. The charter was given to Colonel Jacob Davis who named the town. It was chosen as the capital in 1805 because of its central location and financial support given to building the capital building by its residents.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
Vermont State House?
Vermont Historical Society Museum?
Hubbard Park and Tower?
Lost Nation Theater?
North Branch Park?