St. Albans (Vermont)

Saint Albans is a city in Franklin County, Vermont.

St. Albans Historic District


Saint Albans is the largest city located in Vermont's northwestern Franklin County; approximately 16 miles south of the Canadian border. It is comprised both of Saint Albans City and Saint Albans Town with a combined population of about 14,050 residents. It is known as the Maple Sugar Capital of the World and is the home to the annual Maple Festival. Saint Albans is also the site of the Saint Albans Raid, a confederate bank robbery that took place in 1864 during the Civil War.

Get in

By plane

The closest airport, Burlington International Airport (BTV), is approximately 29 miles away. Other close airports in the area include: Plattsburgh International Airport (PBG) and Montréal-Trudeau airport (YUL).

By train

Located on the Amtrak Vermonter Line

By car

Saint Albans can be accessed via exits 19 and 20 off of Interstate 89, as well as some smaller roads such as routes 7, 36, and 104.

By boat

As Saint Albans is located on Lake Champlain; it can be accessed by boat from New York, Quebec, Canada, and other parts of western Vermont.



There are two main shopping complexes in Saint Albans:




Go next

There are many Ski Areas in driving distance from Saint Albans:

Routes through St. Albans

END  N  S  Essex Junction Springfield
Montreal via Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu ← becomes  N  S  Colchester Burlington
Merges with  N  S  Milton Burlington

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