Sudbury Celebrates 375 / Sudbury Day Committee


Sudbury, MA

Historic Sudbury Town Center Tour

Published May 1, 2014 | Sudbury Celebrates 375 / Sudbury Day Committee | Automatically Archived on 5/19/2014

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As part of Sudbury’s 375th Anniversary Celebration, the Sudbury Historical Society, League of Woman Voters, Sudbury Historical Commission, and Marlborough Savings Bank are offering free guided walking tours of Historic Sudbury Town Center on Sunday, May 18th from 2 to 4 pm. Tour Sudbury Center’s historic buildings and locations. See where Sudbury’s Minutemen mustered on the morning of April 19, 1775 before their march to Concord. Hear stories from the "Voices of History" at many locations.

 

The tours begin in the Town Hall meeting room, 322 Concord Road, and the route will include the Loring Parsonage, Heritage Park, Hosmer House, Grinnell Park, First Parish Meeting House, the Carriage Sheds, the Revolutionary War Monument, Grange Hall, the Presbyterian Church, the Town Pound, the Hearse House, and lastly the Revolutionary War Cemetery.

 

Tours will leave every half hour beginning at 2:00 p.m. The last tour starts at 3:30. Each tour ends at the Town Hall where refreshments will be served inside. The total tour time is approximately 90 minutes. The tour is free and open to all ages. Comfortable walking shoes are recommended. There is little seating available along the route.

 

For more information, contact the Sudbury Historical Society at [email protected], or call 978-443-3747.