Outdoors

Sturbridge offers over 30 miles of walking trails for nature lovers, walkers or runners. There are over 15 trails offering views of rolling countrysides, the well known “Blue Lagoon” pond or quiet paths that Robert Frost would be proud of.

Dining

All along Route 20 and Route 131 Sturbridge is well known its quantity and variety of restaurants. One can choose from Asian, Seafood, Italian and Colonial American fare. Whether it is the colonial Publick House to the many offerings of the Table 3 Restaurant Group or Baba Sushi, Sturbridge has it all.

Accommodations

Sturbridge offers 9 comfortable hotels and motels that can offer an enjoyable overnight, weekend or business travel stop. Stay at a historic inn such as Publick House or our contemporary hotels such as the Comfort Inn, Holiday Inn or Hampton Inn. No matter what your taste or budget, Sturbridge is the “Inn” place to be.

Shopping

If you seek unique and independently owned stores then Sturbridge is your stop. Our local merchants offer a diverse array of stores from antiques, jewelry, garden accessories, home decor, custom hand crafted furniture to name a few.

Attractions

Sturbridge offers attractions that range from the outdoors with its large outdoor nature trail network on to Old Sturbridge Village, the largest outdoor museum in New England. Indoor exploration can include its diverse array of small specialty shops offering locally made pottery, antiques, specialty items and so much more.

Outdoors

Sturbridge offers over 30 miles of walking trails for nature lovers, walkers or runners. There are over 15 trails offering views of rolling countrysides, the well known “Blue Lagoon” pond or quiet paths that Robert Frost would be proud of.

Dining

All along Route 20 and Route 131 Sturbridge is well known its quantity and variety of restaurants. One can choose from Asian, Seafood, Italian and Colonial American fare. Whether it is the colonial Publick House to the many offerings of the Table 3 Restaurant Group or Baba Sushi, Sturbridge has it all.

Accommodations

Sturbridge offers 9 comfortable hotels and motels that can offer an enjoyable overnight, weekend or business travel stop. Stay at a historic inn such as Publick House or our contemporary hotels such as the Comfort Inn, Holiday Inn or Hampton Inn. No matter what your taste or budget, Sturbridge is the “Inn” place to be.

Shopping

If you seek unique and independently owned stores then Sturbridge is your stop. Our local merchants offer a diverse array of stores from antiques, jewelry, garden accessories, home decor, custom hand crafted furniture to name a few.

Attractions

Sturbridge offers attractions that range from the outdoors with its large outdoor nature trail network on to Old Sturbridge Village, the largest outdoor museum in New England. Indoor exploration can include its diverse array of small specialty shops offering locally made pottery, antiques, specialty items and so much more.

Itineraries

Visiting Sturbridge can be very easy with the presentation of well planned and detailed itineraries. Your trip can be scheduled by reviewing your personal interests whether it is shopping, hiking, touring attractions and where to eat and drink.

Spring Plant Sale

May 21st

The Southbridge Garden Club presents its Spring Plant Sale, including perennials, veggies, herb baskets, cemetery boxes, "odds and ends" table -- and more.

Wool Days

May 28th

Discover how New England farmers used the wool from their sheep in the 1830's at Old Sturbridge Village's annual sheep shearing event.  Throughout the weekend, farmers will shear our  sheep and costumed historians will demonstrate the entire wool process from collecting wool, scouring, carding to dyeing, spinning and then knitting the hand-spun yarn.

Wool Days

May 29th

Discover how New England farmers used the wool from their sheep in the 1830's at Old Sturbridge Village's annual sheep shearing event.  Throughout the weekend, farmers will shear our  sheep and costumed historians will demonstrate the entire wool process from collecting wool, scouring, carding to dyeing, spinning and then knitting the hand-spun yarn.

Wool Days

May 30th

Discover how New England farmers used the wool from their sheep in the 1830's at Old Sturbridge Village's annual sheep shearing event.  Throughout the weekend, farmers will shear our  sheep and costumed historians will demonstrate the entire wool process from collecting wool, scouring, carding to dyeing, spinning and then knitting the hand-spun yarn.

Team Hoyt Benefit Event

June 2nd

Teddy G's Pub and Grille in Sturbridge will be sponsoring a day-long charitable promotion on June 2nd to support the Team Hoyt organization.  Team Hoyt New England's mission is to raise awareness of the importance to include, educate, inspire and enrich the lives of individuals, families facing differing abilities through endurance athletic events.   On June 2nd Teddy G's will be donating 20% of  net meals sales to Team Hoyt.   The day long event will include raffles and door prizes.  Team Hoyt members will be in attendance to answer questions about their stellar efforts to help those physically challenged towards becoming actively engaged in physical activity.