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Population  7,837 people.  (197th in Massachusetts.)
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Sturbridge is a small community located at the junction of Interstate 84, Interstate 90 and US Route 20 in south- central Massachusetts. This lively town is well known and loved for its sense of pride and history. Many descendants of the town's original inhabitants still reside in and provide the character of our New England community.

The town was incorporated in 1738 as a small farming community. Fiskdale Village located on the banks of the Quinebaug River on the west side of town, saw the introduction, boom and decline of water driven mills. All but one original mill still exists, many of which have been converted into shops and homes today. Dams which provide power for the mills can still be seen along the river. Sturbridge was also the site of the Worcester South Agricultural Grounds which hosted years of New England fairs complete with annual harness racing. Situated off Route 20 on Cedar Lake, the site is now the Sturbridge Host Hotel and Conference Center.

The town is most recognized as being the home of Old Sturbridge Village. This recreated village within our own town depicts the look of a typical New England town's past, as a recreation of life in the early 1800's. Among Sturbridge's other charms is the Town Common which is included in a National Historic District. Homes and public buildings in this area were constructed in the late seventeenth and early eighteen hundreds and have been proudly maintained in near-to-original condition. This area is also home to The Publick House, a world famous period restaurant and inn, formerly the Elms Inn established in 1771.

It is located in south central Massachusetts, bordered by Brookfield and East Brookfield on the north; Charlton and Southbridge on the east; Union, Connecticut, on the south; and Holland and Brimfield on the west. Sturbridge is 22 miles southwest of Worcester, 32 miles east of Springfield, 45 miles southwest of Boston, and 156 miles from New York City.

Narrative compiled by the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD).

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