Sudbury, MA

The Town of Sudbury has evolved from its origins as an Indian settlement, as a Puritan English plantation settled in 1638, as a Revolutionary War town and quiet farming community to a present day metropolitan suburb with a population of 18,317. Sudbury is dedicated to preserving its past while enjoying the amenities of a modern day community approximately 20 miles west of Boston. Historic
treasures can be seen throughout Sudbury, including Native American sites, scenic roads, rambling stone walls, conservation lands, family farms, and numerous historic properties maintained within four historic districts. Sudbury is home to Longfellow’s Wayside Inn, the country’s oldest operating inn, and the Hosmer House, former home of artist Florence Hosmer.
Visit the Sudbury Historical Society’s web site at: for more information and to take a virtual tour the town’s historic sites. Or, visit the Sudbury Historical Society on Facebook for current history news.



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