With colonial roots, peppered with modern amenities, the Town of Sturbridge is a portrait of quintessential New England charm, with grassy commons, distinctive antique shops and boutiques, orchards, wooded trails and quaint bed and breakfasts. With a population of 9,000, the town is also home to dozens of restaurants, featuring cuisine from around the world and prepared by award-winning chefs.

Experience history and colonial Massachusetts at Old Sturbridge Village, a living history museum with landmark buildings and stagecoaches, or enjoy miles of trails nearby at Wells State Park, also perfect for canoeing and swimming.  Enjoy a beer at Rapscallion Brewery; surrounded by a 150-acre orchard and housed in an historic red cider barn, the brewery offers free tours, live music and season festivals.