408 Main Street
Sturbridge, MA 01566
Phone: (508) 347-7327
Fax: (508) 347-9138
408 Main Street, Sturbridge, MA, US, 01566
- Phone: (508) 347-7327
- Fax: (508) 347-9138
The Notre Dame Parish is a 190-foot (57-meter) tall structure that was built to serve the French Canadian community. The tower is 120 feet (36 meters) high and gives an amazing view of Southbridge. The church conducts marriages and funeral ceremonies as well. This beautiful structure is one of the largest Catholic churches in the Massachusetts state, and features on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Congregational Church was built in 1885 and is located at Southbridge, Massachusetts. The architecture design is that of the Gothic style, and is an iconic landmark on the streetscape. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on June 22, 1989.
Camp Atwater is an exclusive residential summer camp for the youth. It welcomes boys and girls between the ages of 8 and 15 years for an experience that aims at all-round development in a fun and enjoyable environment. Established in 1921, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
A town that has been around even before the United States became a free country, Oxford is located in the Worcester County of Massachusetts, near the state border with Connecticut. The Huguenots were among the first European settlers here, though they faced some trying times with the Native Americans settled here, leading to conflicts and tragedies like the Johnson Massacre, where a Huguenot family was killed by the natives. Incorporated as a town in 1713, this town has some splendid architectural sights, like the Huguenots’ Fort, the Hudson House, and Bartlett’s Bridge. See the website to know more about Oxford, Massachusetts.
Located between Park and Central Streets in Palmer the United States Post Office–Palmer Main is a historic building done up in the Classical Revival stye of architecture. Designed by Louis Simon, it was established in 1931 and as of 1985 was listed in the U.S Register of Historic Places.
Known as the town-center village consisting of over 65 properties, the Woodstock Hill Historic District is a beautiful district. Featuring some of the great architectural styles of Colonial, Federal and Greek Revival designs, the area consists of some historic buildings that are well preserved in beauty with brick or stone chimneys or even few constructions in the modern styles. It also comprises of the Woodstock Hill Burial Ground and a small cemetery.
Established in 1874, Putnam High School is one of the oldest and most prestigious high schools in the regions. The school originally occupied a beautiful Gothic Revival building, but moved to a larger facility to accommodate the growing number of students, in 1955. Besides an excellent academic program, the school has an active athletic as well as extra-curricular program for a well-rounded educational system. Check website for more.
The Pomfret Street Historic District is a monumental district situated in the Pomfret region of the U.S. State of Connecticut. It is a fine model of the resort and country estate period prevailing in Connecticut. It is a mammoth district that encompasses an area cover of 380 acres (150 hectares). The structures prevalent in the district speak for impeccable use of the Colonial, Mid 19th Century Revival and the Late Victorian styles of architecture. The district is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
One of the historic establishments in the town of Millbury, the US Post Office-Millbury Main was built in 1940. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987.
Cathedral of St. Paul or the Saint Paul's Cathedral was designed by Elbridge Boyden. Construction of the Gothic structure was completed in the 1870s and was incorporated in the National Register of Historical Places in 1980.
Located over 67 acres, the Worcester Academy is preparatory coeducational school. With a great place where students are less in number to ensure quality education provided to them, where the students are trained for college, and also where critical thinking and problem solving skills are polished. This academy is a place where students learn to conquer their greatest difficulties, and discover ans pursue new passions.
The St. John's Catholic Church is a historic church located in Worcester, Massachusetts. The church building was constructed in 1845 using red bricks by architect P.W. Ford, who designed it in Greek Revival style. The church is artfully designed such that over 2000 people can occupy it at once. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980.