Tourist Information

Getting here is half the fun!

Headquarters for the Green Mountain National Forest, Rutland is a tourist center located near many lakes and ski areas. For auto travelers, there’s plenty of parking along the street or in the Marble Valley Transit Center (enter on West Street).

The Amtrak Ethan Allen Express train can make your trip from New York City to Vermont a relaxing, enjoyable ride, dropping you off right in Downtown Rutland.

Marble Valley Regional Transit District (MVRTD), generally known as “The Bus” is in its 32nd year of service to the residents of the greater Rutland, Vermont area.

“The Bus” is the largest non-urban public transportation system in the State of Vermont and as such provides transportation to the general public throughout Rutland County as well as to Social and Human Service Agencies, schools, and area business.

“The Bus” provides an enhanced level of self-sufficiency for the elderly, disabled, and transportation disadvantaged who rely on public transportation. “The Bus” also serves a growing population committed to the environmental benefits of public transit use Vermont.

Marble Valley Regional Transit has established links with Addison County Transit Resources (www.actr-vt.org) and Connecticut River Transit (www.crttransit.org) that provide connections to Burlington and Bellows Falls. At these locations an individual can connect with Greyhound Lines for travel to more distant points. Check out Marble Valley Regional Transit’s web site at www.thebus.com for further details. The bus terminal is located conveniently in Downtown.

The Rutland Southern Regional Vermont Airport is just a few miles away from Downtown with flights arriving direct from Boston daily on Cape Air.  There is non-stop daily air service between Boston and the Rutland Southern Regional Vermont Airport.

For a map of Downtown Rutland, click here.