Take a Drive on Route 9 and Travel the Molly Stark Byway

Molly Stark BywayWhat is the Molly Stark Byway?

The Molly Stark Byway winds its way through lowland valleys, historic villages, busy downtowns, and the spectacular Green Mountain National Forest. Anchored at either end by vibrant historic town centers in Brattleboro and Bennington, and including a classic New England crossroads village in Wilmington in between, a trip along the 48 mile byway is a great way to experience the full character of southern Vermont.

Start your trip

Bratt signBrattleboro

Start in Brattleboro and drive west on Route 9.  Points of interest along the way in the Greater Brattleboro Area include:



crosby house1868 Crosby House

175 Western Avenue, Brattleboro
(800) 638-5148

The B&B’s three luxury rooms and two spacious suites make for a memorable stay. The extensive gardens are bordered by woodlands with nine miles of walking, skiing, and snowshoeing trails in Vermont Trust Land.

A great place for food!

vermont country deliVermont Country Deli

436 Western Avenue, Brattleboro
(802) 257-9254

Get ready for the welcoming smell of simmering garlic, the warmth of chocolate baking and a visual feast for your eyes! You won’t be able to resist the varied array of prepared foods, generous sandwiches, beautiful custom pastries and the large selection of Vermont, New England and many other specialty food items.

Walk across an historic covered bridge!

creamery bridgeCreamery Bridge

Guilford Street, Brattleboro

Built in 1879 over Whetstone Brook, the bridge is 80 feet long and 19 feet wide. The slate roof replaced the original wooden shingles around 1917, and the sidewalk was added around the same time. Built in the Town’s Lattice Truss design, the bridge is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

A museum

Tasha TudorTasha Tudor Museum

974 Western Avenue, Brattleboro
(802) 258-6564

Tasha Tudor’s (1915-2008) beautifully written and illustrated children’s stories reflect the dreams of idyllic times in the American rural past. The Tasha Tudor Museum brings Tasha’s important legacy to life and preserves it for future generations.

Pure Vermont maple syrup!

robb farm - websiteRobb Family Farm

(802) 258-9087

Early each spring, sugaring time starts at the Robb far! Take a tour of the farm year-round and during sugaring season visit the sugarhouse to see how maple sugar is made. And be sure to take some home to enjoy on pancakes, waffles or ice cream!

Map it out!

molly starkMolly Stark Byway Map

To map out your journey along the Molly Stark Byway visit www.mollystarkbyway.org