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Marlboro, Vermont

This stretch of the Molly Stark Byway is remarkable for its undeveloped character and the famous, breathtaking 100-mile view at Hogback Overlook that provides unparalleled views of southern Vermont, northern Massachusetts, and southwestern New Hampshire.

A Road Through Marlboro

For more information about eating, lodging, and special events in the Marlboro area, visit http://www.visitvermont.com/ and http://www.brattleborochamber.org/

Marlboro Highlights

    The View from Hogback
  • Hogback Scenic Overlook
  • A breathtaking 100-mile view that provides unparalleled views of southern Vermont, northern Massachusetts, and southwestern New Hampshire. (Visit)
    Marlboro College
  • Marlboro College
  • This tiny but remarkable college, founded in 1947, offers a student-centered approach to education and is one of the nation's smallest colleges with under 400 students. (Visit)
    Marlboro Music Festival
  • Marlboro Music Festival
  • Marlboro is famous as the home of the internationally renowned Marlboro Music Festival. Marlboro Music is recognized as today's preeminent center for advanced musical studies. It is credited for its pivotal role in the development of chamber music in the U.S. and for training generations of musical leaders. (Visit) Southern Vermont Natural History Museum
  • Southern Vermont Natural History Museum
  • Situated high atop Hogback Mountain is the Southern Vermont Natural History Museum, which features over 600 mounted New England birds and mammals in 100 small dioramas, one of the largest collections of its type in the Northeast. (Visit) Town of Marlboro
  • Town of Marlboro
  • The town of Marlboro (first chartered in 1751) is one of the few existing concentrations of buildings along the original turnpike. It was once located at a vital commercial crossroads along the original Great Albany Road until the road was re-routed one mile north. (Visit)