Rutland Sculpture Trail

Rutland Sculpture Trail

Head to Downtown Rutland, Vermont to discover all of the unique sculptures displayed in the Rutland Sculpture Trail. All of the works have been made by local, national, and international artists and feature moments from Rutland’s history. The trail features works made with both marble and mixed media.

Funding for the sculptures has been collected over the years as the collection keeps growing. Local philanthropists including Green Mountain Power, MKF properties, and Vermont Quarries, alongside the Carving Studio and Sculpture Center, have made this incredible initiative possible

Sculpture Subjects

Each one of the sculptures part of the Rutland Sculpture trail is a memorial to a notable member of the Rutland area who has made significant contributions to this Vermont city.

The first ever sculpture in the series – “Stone Legacy” – was made in order to honor the individuals and families from Eruope who traveled to the Rutland region in search of a better life.

“The Jungle Book” commemorates author Rudyard Kipling who found inspiration for the Jungle Books at his loge in Dummerston, Vermont.

“Andrea Mead Lawrence” was a Rutaldn native who won two Alpine Skiing Gold Medals at the 1852 Winter Olympics in Norway.

“Ann Story” was a spy for the Green Mountain Boys in the early days of Vermont.

“The 54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment” is in honor of the African American soldiers who fought to end slavery in the U.S. Civil War.

“Bill W.” is the co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous who credits Dorset and Rutland, Vermont for his success in achieving sobriety

Learn about all of the sculptures on the trail here. View the map here.

Take Amtrak to the Rutland Sculpture Trail

Explore each of these incredible sculptures via Amtrak to Rutland Station.