2187 Depot Street
Manchester, VT 05255
Phone: (802) 362-3333
Fax: (802) 362-3444
Started with an aim to promote art in the region, the Southern Vermont Arts Center is a grandiose arts center that features artworks by various local artists. The center houses within its premises a museum, an art gallery and several smaller spaces where art exhibitions, temporary expositions, art festivals and concerts are featured on a regular basis. Several established as well as emerging artists are offered a chance to display their talent before discerning art enthusiasts. For several artists of the region, holding a performance or an exhibition at the Southern Vermont Arts Center is in itself an achievement.
The South Granville Congregational Church erected in the 1840s era has adapted the Late Gothic Revival style of architecture. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it is truly a historical landmark.
The Greenwich Village Historic District was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1995. The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation preserves and protects this historical district. The Society conducts village tours, educational programs and exhibitions that give insight into the heritage of the village and other facts. It features buildings, parks and a Civil War monument. Since most of the structures were built from 1840 and 1900, different architectural styles were applied. For tours or other information pertaining to the Greenwich Village Historic District, please contact the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation.