GETTING TO WATERBURY
Waterbury is easy to access by all major modes of transportation and conveniently located at the convergence of the scenic Green Mountain Byway, Mad River Byway, and Interstate 89. Waterbury is a short drive away from Stowe, Montpelier, Burlington, and the Mad River Valley, and the perfect spot for a longer getaway from Boston, Montreal, or New York City.
From Interstate 89, take Exit 10. For downtown Waterbury, follow signs for Route 100 South. For Waterbury Center, follow signs for Route 100 North.
From Route 100, the road runs through downtown Waterbury and Waterbury Center.
From Route 2, the road runs through downtown Waterbury. For Waterbury Center, follow signs for Route 100 North.
Burlington International Airport (BTV) offers non-stop flights from New York City, Denver, Chicago, Atlanta, Orlando, Philadelphia, Washington D.C., Charlotte, and more. Rental cars are available from the airport, as well as local taxis and bus transportation.
Rail travel to downtown Waterbury is available via the Vermonter Amtrak line, with daily service running from New York City, Washington D.C., Baltimore, Philadelphia, and more.
Local busses from Green Mountain Transit Agency provides service from Waterbury to Burlington and Montpelier via the Waterbury Commuter and Montpelier Link Express Bus service is also available via Rural Community Transportation between Waterbury and Morrisville via the Route 100 Commuter.
For travel around Waterbury and the surrounding area, Hometown Tours & Rides offers local transportation and tours of the Central Vermont region.