The historic town of Sturbridge, Massachusetts is located on the south end of the state, on the Massachusetts/Connecticut border. Its picturesque scenery and historic sites have drawn guests and residents alike for decades.
Old Sturbridge Village transports visitors back in time to around 1830. At this living history museum, guests watch real-life interpretations of what life was like in a New England town when residents tended livestock and gardens, and cooked on an open hearth. Stage coach rides are also offered.
Other attractions in Sturbridge include nature sites such as Westville Recreation Area and Wells State Park.
A variety of other popular sites include apple orchards, a small theater, a day spa, and even a former graphite mine that offers hiking trails. Dining options are plentiful in Sturbridge. Sturbridge is home to three public schools.
Sturbridge offers New England charm, great educational opportunities, and a variety of recreation to its more than 9,200 residents.