The interactive Hosmer House Tour in this website is packed with the rich history of Sudbury. This online tour explores the unique features of the Hosmer House in Sudbury Town Center. Within the house lies generations of furnishings, tools, and artifacts that showcase the time period in which Florence Hosmer and her family lived.
Florence Hosmer’s art is just as interesting as the history of the house. Come see her vast collection in this video archive. Art lines the walls throughout this historic center.
Find out what’s the latest concerning the Hosmer House.
Built in 1793 as a Federal-style center-entrance colonial, the Hosmer House was used as a commercial venture for generations. In 1897, the house was purchased by Reverend Edwin Barrett Hosmer, a retired Congregational Minister and his wife, Abbie Louisa Ames. Their daughter Florence Ames Hosmer lived here until her death on February 17, 1978 in her 98th year.
The Hosmer House has an open house on the third Sunday of every month. It is also open on many major holidays and on the first weekend in December. Please check under news and events for the latest updates. Come and visit us – there is no admission fee. All ages are welcome. There is free parking behind the Sudbury Town Hall.