Woodbury is a town rich in scenery and New England charm, qualities that residents strive to conserve.
The Woodbury community is famous for its fine antiques shops, with more than four-dozen shops lining Main Street and the surrounding streets.
Glimpses of Woodbury's Colonial history remain throughout town, particularly in the Hollow district.
Complementing Woodbury's rich architectural heritage is a variety of older Colonials, deluxe condominium complexes and new developments of traditional design.
Woodbury is part of Connecticut Regional School District 14, which includes two elementary schools and regional middle and high schools in Woodbury. Nonnewaug High School is home to the state's biggest vocational-agricultural school.
The scenic open land provides sufficient space for athletes and nature enthusiasts. Featuring 70 acres of sweeping meadows and wooded areas along the Pomperaug River is Hollow Park. Flanders Nature Center also offers educational exhibits, wildlife sanctuary and exceptional trails for hiking. Woodbury maintains facilities for swimming, soccer, tennis and Little League.