Where is the Northeast Kingdom, and how do I get there?
The Northeast Kingdom is the northeastern corner of Vermont. We are 3.5 hours from Boston, 2 hours from Burlington, and 2.5 hours from Montreal. Although we’re known for dirt roads and covered bridges, the VAF is only10 minutes off of Interstate 91.
Public transportation is possible, but limited. The closest bus / train stations are in White River Junction and Montpelier.
Are there hotels if I want to stay overnight?
There are lots of options for hotels, from large to small. Here are our favorites:
There are also options in the neighboring towns of St. Johnsbury, and 35 minutes away in Littleton, NH.
Are meals provided during the Festival?
Festival attendees can purchase a weekend meal card at the VTSU-Lyndon dining hall. There are also several restaurants in Lyndonville and East Burke. Here are a few that are close to campus:
Auntie Dee-Dee’s Bakery: Delicious to-go pastries and sandwiches; no inside seating
185 Mountain Road in East Burke; about 15 minutes from the festival
Cafe Lotti: Coffee, breakfast and lunch
603 VT-114; about 15 minutes from the festival
Burke General Store: Coffee, breakfast sandwiches, lunch
466 VT-114; about 15 minutes from the festival
The Miss Lyndonville Diner: typical diner food
686 Broad St. in Lyndonville, about 5 minutes from the festival
Lyndonville Bagel Depot: bagels and sandwiches
721 Broad St. in Lyndonville, about 5 minutes from the festival
The Freighthouse: Coffee / Espresso, lots of gluten-free and dairy-free options
1000 Broad St. in Lyndonville, about 5 minutes from festival
Pizza Man: Lunch and Dinner, take out and inside seating
663 Broad St. in Lyndonville, about 5 minutes from the festival