The City of St. Johnsbury, also known as St. J, (or Saint Jay, St. Jay) is a small bustling city in Caledonia County in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom. St. Johnsbury intersects at the major US thoroughfares of Interstates I-93 and I-91, and also U.S. Routes 5 and 2, and is therefore easily accessible from all directions.
St. Johnsbury's Main Street is a fine example of old New England architecture, and homes.
St. Johnsbury boasts the oldest, original art Museum in America. A visit to the St. Johnsbury Athenaeum will delight art lovers, historians, and architects.
The Fairbanks Museum houses the Nation's northern-most planetarium and is open to the public. Historic downtown St. Johnsbury has numerous fine shops and specialty stores.
St. Johnsbury is home to the famous Maple Grove of Vermont company and the world famous Fairbanks Scales were developed and manufactured here.
The internationally renowned prep school, St. Johnsbury Academy is here, as is the Northeast Kingdom's largest daily newspaper, The Caledonian-Record.
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The St. Johnsbury Athenaeum is home to dozens of spectacular photos and white marble statues. Fans of the Hudson River School of Art will delight in the outstanding collection. Originally built as a public library and donated to the town by Horace Fairbanks, the St. Johnsbury Athenaeum was designated as a National Landmark in 1996.