Bellows Falls

Bellows Falls is an incorporated village of 3,000 people in the town of Rockingham in southeastern Vermont. It has enjoyed a renaissance in two main areas since the turn of the millennium. The existing stock of Victorian era brick and wood frame has seen sustained restoration and an art community has taken up residence.

Bellows Falls Railroad Tunnel, one of various structures in town that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the United States

Get in

By car

By bus

By train

By plane

Get around

1 Hapgood Street

The village of Bellows Falls is small enough to get around easily by foot. It is connected to the surrounding towns by Connecticut River Transit - an excellent low cost bus service. Some buses are equipped with bicycle racks which can handle 2 or 3 at a time.

Travelling from Rockingham to Chester is a popular route for the experienced road bike crowd however the town of itself is a sprawling area that is challenging to get around except by private car.




Miss Bellow Falls Diner and the Rockingham Town Hall, Bellows Falls Downtown Historic District

North of the square:

North of town:

South of the square:

South of town:

On Atkinson St/Route 5 in town:


House on Westminster Terrace, Westminster Terrace Historic District


Go next

Routes through Bellows Falls

St. Albans Claremont  N  S  Brattleboro Springfield
Saint Johnsbury White River Junction  N  S  Brattleboro Springfield
White River Junction Windsor  N  S  Brattleboro Springfield

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