Looking for skyscrapers? Wrong place.
"I had no idea how beautiful it is out here." We hear that a lot. And we never get tired of it. Forested areas, open fields and winding rivers all invite you to explore and experience some of the last unspoiled areas of New England. Miles of trails and acres of parks will take you to places that you may have thought were gone forever.
We are also rich in history. Henry Knox's artillery march from Fort Ticonderoga to Boston went through the heart of the Sturbridge Townships. Ben Franklin placed mile markers here along the Boston Post Road. Historical markers throughout the area identify points of interest and significance, and world-famous Old Sturbridge Village accurately recreates life in 1830s New England. Explore the Sturbridge Townships and make our historical village greens, back roads and fieldstone walls a part of your personal history.