List of Tallest Buildings in Vermont

This is a list of the tallest buildings in Vermont.

Town Building Floors
Burlington Decker Towers 11
Brattleboro Barber Building Eight (first three commercial, fourth through seventh tenement, eighth utility)
Guilford Universalist Church Six (first storage, second and third church, fifth classroom, sixth belfry)
Marlboro Meeting House Seven (lower two floors are halls; third kitchen; four clock, five belfry, six steeple, seven cockloft)
Montpelier Montpelier City Hall Four (all offices)
Vernon Vermont Yankee Tower 30 (lower three floors are offices; fourth through 30th floors are open workspace)

While Decker Towers in the tallest building in Vermont, Bennington Battle Monument is a taller monument, and the WKDR Radio Tower is the tallest man-made structure in Vermont.

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