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Sturbridge is widely known for its great shops, fine dining, beautiful countryside and, of course, Old Sturbridge Village. Fact is, Sturbridge is at the center of eleven towns that are filled with unique places and experiences. Collectively, we call these communities the Sturbridge Townships. And if you're willing to travel a little bit off the beaten path, we're here to reward you with some pretty wonderful discoveries.
Sure, the Sturbridge Townships have everything other places have, including dining, shopping, accommodations, history and outdoor activities. But, like our scenic back-country roads, our offerings come with twists and turns to make them that much more interesting and unforgettable. Experience the unspoiled four-season beauty of our rivers, lakes, hills and forests. Enjoy the friendly attitude and sincere hospitality of our inn-, shop- and tavern-keepers. Be charmed by our town fairs and town commons. Or simply shake your head in amazement at the sheer diversity of what you find just around the bend — orchards, antique shops, maple sugar houses, farms, emporiums, you name it.
Experience this very special place for yourself. Use this website as your guide, and plan a visit with us for a day, weekend, or longer. You'll see that the Sturbridge Townships are not just a place on a map. They are a place in the heart, and that is what makes them everything but ordinary.
> Bucket Town: Four Centuries of Toymaking and Coopering in Hingham
> AppleFest at Cook's Farm Orchard
> Farmers' Dinner... from Our Farm to Your Plates
> OSV Speaker Series: Dan Kenary
> St. Anne - St. Patrick Apple Bazaar & Carnival
> Evening Harvest Party at OSV
> Walktober 2014
> The 6th Annual Brimfield Antique Auto Show
> Hertan's Holiday Arts & Crafts Festival
> 2014 Oktoberfest
> 25th Annual Harvest Festival
> Fireplace Feast at Salem Cross Inn