Vermont became the 14th state on March 4, 1791. Montpelier is the state capital. There are currently 14 counties each with a courthouse.
Click on a county below to learn more:
Highest Point – Mount Mansfield ( 4,393 feet ) is located in Chittenden County and Lamoille County
Lowest Point – Lake Champlain ( 95 feet ) is located in Grand Isle County
Oldest Courthouse - Windham County (1825)
Oldest Former Courthouse - Bennington County (1822)
State House – Montpelier