site map


Wallingford - At the intersection of Routes 7 and 140, nestled in the valley between the Green Mountains and Taconic Mountains, lies the historic and picturesque village of Wallingford. Both the Main Street and the Otter Creek farm district are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Wallingford was the boyhood home of Paul Harris, founder of the service organization Rotary Club International, “The Town that shaped the boy who created the movement that changed the world”. According to the locals, maple syrup was first made in Vermont at Sugar Hill in Wallingford.

Did you know that many of the photos seen here on Scenes of Vermont are available for sale and download on