Experience Art & Culture in Sturbridge

Immerse yourself in the arts and culture scene of Sturbridge and the surrounding area. Experience incredible museums, dining and shopping in the heart of New England.

Day One

Visit Old Sturbridge Village

Begin your trip with a visit to Old Sturbridge Village, the largest outdoor museum in New England. Explore historic buildings and interact with costumed interpreters to experience early 19th-century life.

Eat Lunch at Bullard Tavern

There is so much to explore at Old Sturbridge Village, so you won’t be ready to leave just yet! Grab lunch at Bullard Tavern, located right at the museum. Enjoy cafeteria-style food served in an 18th-century atmosphere.

Eat Dinner at Baba Sushi

After spending the rest of your afternoon exploring Old Sturbridge Village, head to Baba Sushi for dinner. They offer a variety of fresh sushi and Japanese cuisine.

Day Two

Get Creative at Brush It Off

Start your day with a creative session at Brush it Off, where you can paint your own masterpiece guided by local artists.

Grab Brunch at Annie's Country Kitchen

Stop for a hearty brunch at Annie’s Country Kitchen, known for its homestyle cooking.


Visit St. Anne Shrine

Visit the peaceful and historic St. Anne Shrine. Walk through the beautiful grounds and take some time for reflection.

Explore Local Shops

There are no shortage of fun local shops to check out in Sturbridge. Check out vintage goods, local products, handmade gifts and more as you explore Sturbridge’s shopping scene.

The Painted Stone Emporium

Sadie Green's Curiosity Shop

Sturbridge Antique Shops

Sturbridge Flea Market

Sturbridge Pottery

Dinner at The Duck

Dine at The Duck and enjoy delicious farm-to-table dining in a warm and inviting atmosphere.

Day Three

Grab Breakfast at Cedar Street Café

Fuel up with a delightful breakfast at Cedar Street Café, known for its cozy ambiance and tasty offerings.

Visit the Worcester Art Museum

Head to the Worcester Art Museum to admire an extensive collection of artworks, including American, European, and Asian pieces. Don’t miss the museum’s impressive Renaissance court. Spend the afternoon at the museum before you get ready to head home.