Amy Bennett Photography

Plymouth Wedding Photography

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As one of Vermont’s premier Wedding Photographers, history is often a large part of my life and work. In small towns throughout Vermont so much of what exists today is a direct result of the multiple generations of people who have inhabited these areas for years and years. Plymouth, placed at the base of Saltash Mountain, is an excellent example of this phenomenon. This central Vermont town is the birth and burial place of Calvin Coolidge, the 30 th President of the United States. 

Today, you can find remnants of this history everywhere in town,  from the Coolidge Homestead to the President Coolidge State Historic Site to the Coolidge State Forest. The Plymouth Cheese Factory, where Coolidge’s father once worked, is also still in operation and offers a delicious selection of homemade cheeses. This is not to say that Plymouth has not kept with the times. Throughout town and in nearby areas there are a wide variety of activities, restaurants, and accommodating lodging options. 

Perhaps most famously, just outside of Plymouth’s town limits is the Long Trail Brewing, Co., a Vermont staple. It is a great treat to visit the brewery, try some new brews, and learn something along the way. For the outdoorsy-at-heart, I highly recommend exploring Plymouth State Park and Killington Snowmobile Tours. Through my experiences with the area, I have grown fond of Hawk Inn and Mountain Resort as well as Echo Lake Inn as fun places to stay or host events. Whenever I find myself in Plymouth, I am torn between eating at The Wilder House, River Tavern at Hawk Resort, Five Corners Pub & Brewhouse, or Kelley’s at Salt Ash Inn. All are delicious. If you find yourself in the Plymouth area and in need of photography services, please review my online portfolio and reach out! I would love to help include your story in Plymouth’s rich history. 

Plymouth Vermont Wedding Locations

Hawk Inn

Echo Lake Inn