Woodstock is one of New England’s premier four season vacation destinations and a terrific community to work, live and raise a family. The rich history of Woodstock includes dozens of wonderfully preserved historic homes, buildings and the Village Green. It boasts five Paul Revere bells, an 1855 Courthouse and is the home of the Woodstock Inn and Resort, Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Park, the Billings Farm and Museum, and the Norman Williams Public Library (a Carnegie library). The town is comprised of a vibrant close knit community, with a thriving downtown, and great accessibility to Vermont’s major highways. Woodstock is home 80 non-profit organizations, as well as a remarkable school system.