Amy Bennett Photography

Woodstock Vermont Wedding Photographer

As a Woodstock, Vermont photographer, I recognize what a special place it is for so many people. Nestled within Windsor county, Woodstock is home to the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park (the only national park in Vermont) as well as The Green Mountain Horse Association (the nation’s oldest continuously operating equestrian organization).

The town also offers The Billings Farm & Museum, Pentacle Arts, Woodstock Town Hall Theatre, Norman Williams Public Library, and a host of other historical and engaging locales. As a wedding photographer who has shot all over the world, it is always a thrill for me to work in Vermont, my home state, particularly in charming villages such as Woodstock that I grew up visiting.

While in Woodstock there is plenty to do all year; year round activities include: hiking, swimming, skiing, snowboarding, apple-picking, museum trips, and a plethora of town events occurring on a weekly basis. Woodstock also offers a number of beautiful inns and alternative wedding locations that range from historical to modern, idyllically rural to innovatively chic, such as: The Woodstock Inn & Resort Country Club, Sugarbush Farms, Inc., The Woodstock Inn, Farmhouse Inn at Robinson Farm, Inn at Weathersfield, and many other alternate locations.

One of the BEST wedding locations in Woodstock Vermont is the Woodstock Inn and Resort. Nearby towns where I work as a Wedding photographer in Vermont are Killington, Rutland and Springfield.

Quick facts on Woodstock, Vermont from Google

Woodstock is the shire town and county seat of Windsor County, Vermont, in the United States. As of the 2010 census, the town population was 3,048. It includes the villages of South Woodstock, Taftsville, and Woodstock.Wikipedia

Zip code:

05091

Population:

3,048 (2010)

Elevation:

214 m