WELCOME TO SUDBURY!
Twenty-three miles west of Boston brings us to the rural town of Sudbury, Massachusetts. This historic homestead boasts beautiful farm houses and pre-Revolutionary homes. The town embraces its colonial past, not only in the beautiful architecture you’ll see, but also in its town activities. July 4th is big here, with year-round events that lead up to it. Colonial re-enactors also hold several events throughout the year. Sudbury follows some secondary roads, including Routes 20, 17 and 27 that will connect you to the area’s main highways. On weekdays, a private bus service makes two stops in Sudbury that take riders into Back Bay Station, Park Square, South Station and Government Center.
SUDBURY BY THE NUMBERS
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MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SUDBURY, MA
Sudbury is conveniently located right in the middle of 4 major commuter routes:
I-95 to to East (running the entire East Coast, from Canada in the North to Florida in the South - also a convenient route to major locales all around Greater Boston)
I-495 to the West (running North near New Hampshire/South near Cape Cod, I-495 marks the western boundary of the Greater Boston region)
Route 2 to the North (running East/West along Northern Massachusetts all the way from New York to downtown Boston)
Route 20 to the South (running East/West along Mid/Southern Massachusetts from New York to Kenmore Square in Boston; parallels the Mass Pike/I-90)
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Things to do
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